Grow Your Own Herbs

Grow Your Own

Growing your own is a cheaper, tastier and a much more fun way than buying ready grown plants. The satisfaction of harvesting your own veg is wonderful and with food prices increasing, grow your own is even more popular. You can grow your own in your garden or in pots, window boxes and in hanging baskets, growing many different varieties of veg, fruit and herbs. Enabling you to serve the the fruits of your garden labour straight from the garden to your plate. We have a variety of herbs, vegetable plants and fruit available. Please bare in mind the availability of our Grow Your Own range is dependant on the season. 

Keen to start but not a clue where to start? Don't worry, come and visit us at Laylocks and our friendly staff will help and advise you, you'll be a pro grower in no time!


Harvest Your Own Potatoes Ready For Christmas! 

Seed Potatoes

We have a good selection of seed potatoes such as: Maris Peer, Red Duke of York packs and many more. More people than ever are growing their own vegetables due to the satisfaction they get. The potato packs are ready to plant NOW ready for late Autumn/Christmas.


Grow Your Own Herbs

Herbs

When cooking, what better way to make your food tastier than by adding your own home grown ingredients! We have a good range of herbs available at Laylocks. The herbs we offer are very seasonal so please bare this in mind. 


Vegetables

Why not create your own vegetable patch with plants from our large and varied selection. We offer a good range of grow your own subject to availability and seasons. 

Grow Your own Vegetables
Vegetables - Grow Your Own

Grow Your Own Apples

Fruit 

The best tasting fruit is from your own back garden. We offer a range of tree fruit. There is nothing like picking fruit straight off the tree. We offer a large selection of Apples to Nectarines, Plums to Damsons, Pears and many more. We also have a good selection of bush fruit such as Gooseberries, Blackberries, Strawberries, Blueberries and Rhubarb.

Grow Your Own Fruit

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