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Over 375 varieties of shrubs to choose from.
A rose for every occasion.

June in the garden.....

By now, your garden will be coming into flower, but there is always room to add more colour and texture, especially with our home grown bedding plants. We have extended our selection of pots too, which again are useful for planting up with instant colour, to brighten up that gap or a dull area. Many of our Roses and Perennials are in flower now, a great time to see what might suit your garden.

Looking for inspiration?..... its always worth paying us a visit, as we regularly update our seasonal displays around the nursery and can offer lots of advice as to what plant for where.

Bedding Plants.....

Daleside Grown for Excellent Quality!

We grow over 120k summer bedding plants each year. Add long lasting summer colours and scents to your garden with our HOME GROWN bedding plants. There is virtually every colour you can think of and for every situation, suitable to grow in beds, containers, pots and on patios.

Again, we have gone all out to offer you a great range of Summer Bedding Plants, not only the tried and tested varieties, but a great selection of new and improved ones too.



Marcada Dark Red

An abundance of bright red flowers over dark foliage. Early flowering. Compact.

HEIGHT: 30cm



Surfinia Heavenly Blue

A beautiful, trailing Petunia, 'heavenly' blue, double flowers.

HEIGHT: 15-20cm



Sweetunia Suzie Storm

Medium size flowers bourne in profusion on vigorous plants. Outstanding vibrant colours.

HEIGHT: 20cm



Sonata Mixed

A perfect combination of lacy foliage and bright colours for beds and containers.

HEIGHT: 60cm

Trixi Shades of Blue    
Petunia Easy Wave Burgundy       Dianthus 'Memories'       Begonia Non Stop Bright Orange

Only a small selection from our massive range - well worth a visit!!


Roses bring style and elegance to any garden, be it large or small. Thanks to the dedication of rose breeders there has never been such diversity from which we can select.

Climbers and Ramblers, to cover walls, fences, arches, arbours and even to grow many metres up to flower in the canopies of trees. Patio roses to be grown in containers. Ground cover roses to spread a carpet of low-level flowers. Floribunda and Hybrid Teas' for the traditional rose garden. Visually stunning, Shrub roses are perfect to plant in among a mixed border. We can further enhance these groups with rich fragrance and repeat flowering.


Our Clematis availability lists has been updated, which shows you the wide range of Patio, Hybrid and Species varieties we have available.



Introduced Chelsea Flower Show 2013. A small compact plant. Pale bluish white flowers from late spring to autumn. Any aspect well drained soil.


HEIGHT: 60-90cm



Introduced Chelsea Flower Show 2015. White flowers with a soft pink stripe from May-Oct. Ideal for shaded areas. Plant in fertile soil in shade. 



Jobs for June.....

  • Deal with weeds as soon as they emerge. The sooner you tackle them, the less work you will have to do later.
  • If you've not done so already, plant out your summer bedding.
  • Keep a look out for powdery mildew, especially if the weather is warm and dry.
  • Stake tall or floppy plants before any damage occurs.
  • Give box hedges and topiary a light trim.
  • Don't forget to shade your greenhouse and keep it cool in hot weather to prevent scorch.
  • Liquid feed container plants.


For a more extensive list of gardening advice, have a look at the Daleside Garden Calendar for hints and tips, on what you could be doing in the garden at this time of year.  We regularly update the calendar with details of activities for the coming months.  
Availability Lists - Regularly updated lists showing all the plants & trees we have in stock.  
It is well worth viewing our online Gallery, for anyone who appreciates the beauty of plants and flowers. All the photographs are taken by our in-house photographer and are available to purchase.  

Product Availability Lists

Garden Tip

Plant-up Summer Hanging Baskets, more tips?


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