Get Plants By Light Levels

Here is the solution to many garden problems:

So many times inexperienced gardeners keep trying to put plants into a difficult area and then they die and then it becomes an even bigger challenge.
But if we go about this in a more scientific way we suddenly find that there ARE plants that could survive in those conditions, we just need to source those plants …
Here within our mail order catalogue, you will find plants for problem areas.
Firstly get the right plant for the light levels your garden receives.
In other words, buy plants according to whether they like sun, or a little shade, or shade:

Surely all plants need lots of sunshine?

No, many happily grow in semi shade and there are a number which survive in quite dense shade.
Here within our plant catalogue you will find lots of plants that tolerate different types of shade.

Plants for different light levels:

Plants and flowers by post:

Here at Boundary Nursery, our aim is to only send you good quality plants of the highest quality.
The majority of our plants are offered in two sizes in 9cm pots or the larger 11cm pot.

The reality is that a plant in a 9cm pot is only about a month of growing time behind a plant in a 11cm or a couple of months behind a 2 litre pot.
Our plants will grow away quickly in warm weather and with enough moisture.

An example of our 9cm plants:

Group of nine mail order plants
Group of nine mail order plants
Plant availability:

The plants offered are available throughout the year SUBJECT TO WEATHER CONDITIONS and whilst stocks last.
This is an on-line mail order catalogue which means that it is not a live stock list, and at times there may be a ‘blip’ in the plants availability.
Also some plants can only be offered in limited quantities due to being rare, difficult to propagate, etc.
Whilst others, due to their own requirements, can only be offered at certain times – please see our list for these.
We hope you will enjoy looking through our comprehensive catalogue of plants by post.

The care of your new plants:

Remember that in sunny weather, the plant roots will not be very far down into the soil and will be relying on you to supply its water requirements.
But be aware, if the soil remains too wet every day, then that could cause the roots to suffer.