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Rushfields Plant Centre is a family owned and run independent plant centre, we are situated at the foot of the South Downs on the A281 Henfield Road at Poynings in Sussex. 

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April at Rushfields Plant Centre

    

We have  made some changes to the way that the plant Centre looks,there is a new look gift and cookware dept, we now have a much wider choice of books including childrens books and games.

Our wild bird food and pet food has moved to a new location and is much easier to shop than before, we have a fantastic selection of nest boxes, food and feeders, with a special offer on squirrel proof feeders only £4-99 each reduced from £9-99  

As you would expect with Spring just around the corner our gardening departmant is overflowing with evrything you need to get the new season off to a flying start.

We now have all of our seeds and Summer flowering bulbs and seed potatoes in store

To help get your flower beds in we have pelleted chicken manure 2.25kg £5-99 buy one get 2nd box FREE or Westlands farmyard manure 60ltr £6-99 buy 2 get third bag FREE

 

Plant of the Week: Phlox

Plant of the Week: Phlox

For sheer look-at-me wow factor it's hard to beat a border phlox. Tall and imposing among other flowers, they're the undisputed stars of the midsummer show when bursting into a froth of showy multicoloured blossom with a delicious honey-sweet perfume. Look out for pure white 'David', lovely azure 'Blue Boy' and lilac 'Franz Schubert'.

Give your phlox a rich, moisture-retentive but free-draining soil in part shade. Taller varieties are best staked – get your supports in place around now and they'll disappear among the foliage. Or grow more compact varieties like the 'Flame' series in shades from light pink to deep purple - also good for containers.

Resting cyclamen

By now, winter pot cyclamen, so popular at Christmas time, will probably have reached the end of their flowering, and they could be looking rather sad. Give them a rest now, by putting them under a greenhouse bench and slowly reducing the watering until the foliage dies down.