Plants that look good this March

Plants that look good this March

With spring officially here, it's time to start making the most of your garden and landscaping projects with some of our favourite March flowering plants that are sure to add interest to your project this spring and beyond.

Viburnum tinus ‘Lisarose’

An evergreen shrub with year-round interest that will produce redbuds and clusters of soft pink flowers. Ideal for brightening up a part shaded area of the garden over winter and into spring when little else is flowering.

???? Flowers: Late November – April

☀️Position: Full sun – partial shade

Available in 2L, 5L and 10L subject to availability.

Vinca minor

This groundcover shrub is filled with blue-violet flowers right now that will last through to September. Vincas are great low growing ground cover plants that are great at suppressing weeds and great at the front of a border.

☀️Position: Full sun – partial shade
????Flowers: Late March – September

Available in 2L pots subject to availability.

Pieris ‘Passion’

An eye-catching evergreen shrub with generous pink-red bell-shaped flowers from March-May growing in full sun – partial shade it’s perfect in a large pot or on a patio.

Available in 3L and 5L pots subject to availability.

????Flowers: March-May

????  Position: Full sun – partial shade

Forsythia ‘Lynwood Gold’

A striking spring-flowering plant which is smothered in golden blooms from March-April. A great addition to the back of a border or as an informal hedge.

????  Position: Full sun – Light Shade

????Flowers: February – April

Available in 2L, 4L and 10L pots subject to availability.

Skimmia Rubella

Are you in need of some autumn/winter colour? Skimmia Rubella are known for their dark red flower buds that are produced in autumn and last through to winter until the flowers open in spring — an excellent plant for a patio pot or border.

Available in 2L, 5L, 7.5L and 10L pots subject to availabilty.

???? Flowers: March – May

☀️ Position: partial – full shade

Erysimum ‘Bowles’s Mauve’

A long-flowering semi-evergreen with narrow, grey-green leaves. This perennial produces spikes of purple flowers from late February to July and will make a great addition to a long flowering sunny border.

???? Flowers: February – July

☀️ Position: Full sun

Available in 2L pots subject to availability.

Euphorbia wulfenii

Is filled with huge heads of yellow-green flowers with ‘bronze eyes’ from late March-May that tower above its bluish-green foliage. Great at the back of a sunny border.

Available in 2L pots subject to availability.

????Flowers:  Late March-May

☀️ Position:  Full sun

Prunus ‘Kojo-no-mai’

Is a great addition to a small garden, it’s wiry twigs burst into life in March when buds open to display pale pink flower. It’s green leaves turn to glorious shades of red and orange in Autumn.

????Flowers: March-April

☀️ Position:  Full sun

Available in 3L, 5L and 10L pots subject to availability.


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Posted 17th Mar 10:50am