Make the most of the outdoors this season, with Swans Al Fresco range of stylish patio heaters. Enjoy your garden, patio or terrace all year round with this elegant, portable Al Fresco patio heater from Swan. Featuring a generous 1. 8m power supply cord, this all-round, portable patio heater can be placed where ever required, on a table, underneath or on the ground. With a 360-degree tip-over safety switch, this safety feature provides peace of mind, giving you more time to relax, uninterrupted with friends and family. At 1200W, the Swan Al Fresco portable patio heater is designed with a highly efficient carbon heating element coupled with a high rated aluminium reflector. This ensures optimum heating for you and your guests whatever the weather. Measurements: Height - 32cm Width - 62cm Depth - 62cm
Make the most of all the seasons with Swan standalone patio heater. Perfect for keeping your family and friend's toasty during the cooler evenings. Measurements: Height - 48cm Width - 41cm Depth - 190cmNo delivery to the Channel Islands.
Make the most of the outdoors this season with Swans Al Fresco range of stylish patio heaters. Enjoy your garden, patio or terrace all year round with this sleek Al Fresco wall mounted patio heater from Swan. Featuring a generous 1. 8m power supply cord, this versatile patio heater can be mounted onto the ceiling of an outdoor structure or garden wall. With a handy remote control at your fingertips, simply turn the heater on or off at the push of a button, giving you more time to relax uninterrupted with friends and family. At 1800W, the Swan Al Fresco patio heater is designed with a highly efficient carbon heating element coupled with a high rated aluminium reflector. Ensuring optimum heating for you and your guests whatever the weather. Measurements:Height - 16cm Width - 17cm Depth - 74cm
Features: Max. pressure: 120 bar 350l/h maximum water flow rate 1500W electric motor 5 metre high pressure hose 5 metre power cable Standard lance Rotary nozzle 2 year parts and labour guaranteePlease note: Not suitable for use with Hoselock Aqua Stop connector.
Personalise this heavy duty gardening tool set with any message of up to 20 characters along each of the wooden handles. The sturdy trowel and fork are produced by Draper Tools and are made from quality carbon steel. They each feature lacquered ash handles which are finished off with handy wrist straps. Dimensions: Trowel: 32cm long, 8cm wide. Fork: 29cm long, 7.5cm wide. Presentation Box: 4.5 x 33 x 18.5cm. Personalisation:Trowel: up to 20 charactersFork: up to 20 characters
This pressure washer puts you in complete control of the power setting, so you can get the perfect pressure whatever the surface you're cleaning. From muddy bikes, to dirty garden furniture, it makes light work of any cleaning tasks around the home. The detergent suction tube applies detergent as you clean. Select the ideal power setting with a simple twist and click of the lance. Ideal for cleaning delicate surfaces such as car or harder surfaces like stone and brickwork. The integrated suction tube allows detergent to be applied to any surface being cleaned. With the quick connect system, the high pressure hose is easy to connect to both the machine and trigger gun. Trigger gun, hose and lances can all be stored neatly on the machine.
This Bosch Garden Hand Mower is uncomplicated, fast, and convenient for the mowing of small lawn areas. Key features: Variable cutting heights 15-43mm. 5 Bladed cutting cylinder. Easy to handle and transport only 7 kg. Simple bottom blade adjustment with click locking system. Large basket for storing grass. Convenient pushing thanks to the special underset of the high geared wheels. Comes with a free 2 year guarantee for more peace of mind. Specifications: Dimensions: 53.5 x 48.5 x 38cm (21.1 x 19.1 x 15 ). Weight: 7kg. 25L grass box capacity. Cutting height: 15 - 43 mm. Cutting width: 38cm (15 ).
Show off your Gryffindor House Pride and celebrate your love of Harry Potter with this shaped wall vase. Moulded and painted to perfectly resemble a cauldron used in potions class, this wall vase is suitable for plants and flowers, or even toiletries, stationery or tools.
Features: 100bar (1500psi) max. pressure 300l/h maximum water flow rate 1200W electric motor 360 ° compact gun water filter 350ml capacity foam bottle Variable fan jet 2 year parts and labour guaranteePlease note: Not suitable for use with Hoselock Aqua Stop connector.
Flowering in August and September, amaze your friends and neighbours with this horticultural wonder! Containing 3 varieties of matching vigour, each with its own flower colour grafted onto the same plant, these totally hardy perennials will provide maximum summer colour impact for many years to come. Usually our growers would graft 3 of the same colour, but in an experimental moment, they created this delightful result!Supplied 50 cm (2ft), eventual height and width 120cm x 100cm. Grow in a sheltered spot in full sun with a humus-rich moist soil, keep well-watered as these plants don't like to dry out. Happy in a large container as long as you keep it well-watered. Protect the crown with a dry mulch through the winter months. Trim any dead or damaged growth each year in mid spring and remove faded flowers. Hibiscus flower on the current season's growth, so pruning encourages them to flower prolifically. Hibiscus can be bare of leaves right up until May, so don't think that your plant has expired - keep it well watered and it will burst into life when ready!
A beautiful hydrangea with very large flower clusters - considerably larger than those of its cousin 'Limelight' - 'Skyfall makes a magnificent feature plant in the garden or on the patio. Each year strong, upright stems are produced with lush mid green foliage and these become topped with huge conical panicles of flowers supported on strong stems. The buds open to hyacinth-like flowers in a delicate shade of lime green, maturing to a gleaming white and lasting for weeks before flushing with delicate pink. Hydrangea 'Skyfall' makes a premium standout border plant and is equally at home in a large patio planter. The fresh blooms - if you can bear to cut them - are imposing in a vase and the dried flowerheads can be used as a permanent decoration. Naturally sturdy, it needs very little maintenance and will thrive in neutral to acid, free-draining soil in a sunny or part-shaded spot. Supplied as an established plant in a 3L pot, Skyfall makes a stunning specimen, growing to approx. 2.5m in 10 years. Planting advice for Hydrangea Paniculata 'Skyfall': Really low maintenance, Incrediball prefers compost-enriched soil that stays moist. It can be planted in sun or light shade. Shrub roots generally tend to spread out rather than down, so dig a planting hole 3 x wider than the roots of the shrub you're planting and mix some well-rotted compost or manure with the soil from the hole and use this to re-fill one the shrub is in place. We've found that a square hole is better than a round one as the new roots, once they reach the edges tend to grow in a circle round the circumference of the hole whereas when they reach the corners of a square hole, they find it easier to grow through. Before planting soak container-grown shrubs thoroughly and allow to drain. Remove the plant from its pot and tease out a few of the roots. Add Mycorrhizal fungi to the roots when planting to help plants establish quicker. Place your shrub in the hole at the same level at the pot. Refill the hole with the earth removed (backfilling) and firm in the soil with your heel, avoiding the root ball, then water well. Mulch around the base of the plant with a collar, compost, gravel, bark etc. If you're planting into pots, place some old rocks, stones or gravel in the bottom of the pot for drainage and ballast. Use the best compost you can buy and some sand or grit for drainage. Aftercare advice for your hydrangea Skyfall: Because the flowers are white, they are unaffected by soil type. Feed in spring to encourage flowering, our Hydrangea feed is ideal. Keep well-watered through the year. Pruning Advice for Hydrangea Skyfall: As this hydrangea flowers on new wood, you can leave the faded hydrangea flower heads in place until the new buds begin to swell in spring this also protects the new growth from frost damage. Just cut back the stems to a strong pair of buds. Remove any branches that are damaged or dead as well as any that are misplaced. After pruning hydrangeas, apply a mulch of well-rotted manure or compost around the base of the plant. Once established, you can remove up to a third of the shoots to the base of the plant to encourage new stems.
Looking very much like a palm tree in miniature, Dracaena marginata (also known as the Madagascar Dragon Tree) is an evergreen shrub with a crown of long, sword-shaped, dark green leaves, finely edged with reddish-brown. A superb, low-maintenance houseplant that has few problems. Holder of the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit, so you can be sure that it is a tried and tested winner, Dracena is an easy-to-grow indoor plant which thrives on little care - a super choice for those of us new to growing houseplants!Dragon trees need a bright position which makes them an ideal candidate for a light windowsill out of direct sunlight and away from artificial heat sources such as radiators. They're slow growing too, taking around 10 years to get to 5ft, so won't overtake your home. As well as being super-easy to grow, Dracaena is well known for helping keep the air in your home clean as it filters out pollutants keeping it fresh and clean - according to NASA, this plant can remove formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene, found in furniture, fireplace smoke, and common household products. Supplied as a double-stem plant (30/15cm) in a 17cm pot. Feed the plant with a liquid houseplant fertilizer every two weeks in spring and summer. Repot every two years into a pot one size larger until plants reach the desired height. After that, repot every three years into the same pot to refresh the soil. Control your plant's height by cutting off the top when needed. The stem will look a bit bare for a while, but within a few weeks, new shoots will appear and the leaves will regrow. Please note that the decorative pot is not included.
These fantastically striking Primula Vialii will provide a splash of vivid colour to borders and patio pots. Their unique, violet-pink flower heads, each with a striking, bright-red, central spike rise majestically on slender, upright stems from the plant below. Perfect for borders or pots on the patio, these colourful Primula will certainly be a talking point, and look even better when grown in groups! Each of your plants will form a compact habit of deeply-veined, lance-shaped leaves that will grow to about 30cm across. Prefers a damp soil with plenty or added organic matter in partial sun. Requires little attention. Remember that the roots must not dry out, so water regularly during hot, dry periods to prevent the soil from drying. Deadhead faded primula flowers to encourage more blooms to be produced or leave the spent flowers in place to allow them to self-seed.
Full of deep flavour, rosemary is one of the best and most widely used herbs in the garden. The perfect accompaniment to roast lamb, it can be added to stews, stuffings and marinades you can even use the branches as barbecue skewers to infuse even more flavour into your food! Easy to grow and winter hardy, Rosemary is the perfect garden shrub. Soft purple flowers appear each year in spring and early summer adding a splash of colour to your herb garden and attracting bees and butterflies. These mature standard bushes are nothing like the small plants you'd see in the supermarkets and garden centres. With a total height of around a metre they'll make a superb specimen plant for the patio and a pair is just the thing to frame a doorway meaning you'll only need to open the door to gather tasty herbs for the kitchen. Planting Advice: Grow in full sun in well-drained soil. Alternatively, can be grown successfully in a pot. Before planting, prepare the soil by digging over and removing any weeds. Water your potted shrub well. Dig a hole a little deeper and 3 x wider than the nursery pot. Add a conditioner such as well rotted manure to the earth removed from the hole if necessary. Remove the plant from its pot and tease out a few of the roots. Place your standard in the hole at the same level at the pot then refill the hole with the earth removed (backfilling). Firm in the soil with your heel, avoiding the root ball and water well. Mulch around the base of the plant with a collar, compost, gravel, bark etc. If planting in a container, use the best compost that you can buy (our premium compost is ideal) and add some stones or gravel to the bottom of the pot to improve drainage and also to provide some ballast to stop the pot blowing over Aftercare Advice: Plants will need regular water when first planted until established. After that, they fairly maintenance free. Feed plants regularly during the growing season with a general-purpose feed such as our Blooming Fast soluble fertiliser. Cutting back after flowering to prevent plants becoming straggly and woody. Save the trimmings to propagate new plants or dry them for cooking.