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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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Summer at Rushfields Plant Centre

 

 

Great British Bake Off new series starts August 5th

29cm Mason Cash Mixing Bowl ssp £19-99 Our Price £10

 

 

 

 

 

Just some of the products available at Rushfields this Summer  Click on the picture for more

    

 

We  currently have a vacancy for a cook in our busy cafe please apply for an application form to Daryl Swallow either by post or call in for more details

 

Christmas cropping seed potatoes now in store

 

Garden Deal App

Rushfields now has an App for iPhones simply go to the iPhone app store and download the garden deal app, once you have registered, every time you come to Rushfields you will get a stamp just by walking through the gate, Collect 5 stamps and get a 60ltr bag of compost free, 10 stamps is 20% off any one plant 20 stamps is 50% off any one plant plus many more special offers that will be exclusive to garden deal app users, its free to download , so download it today and next time you walk through the gate you will receive your first stamp.

 

                                         

Collecting Leaf Litter

As October marches on colder temperatures and increased leaf fall mean autumn is well and truly underway. Collect up fallen leaves and store them either in simple metal cages or leaf litter sacks to turn into useful leaf mulch for potting next year. You can store leaves in refuse sacks but be sure to puncture the bags to allow air to circulate. The best leaf litter comes from Beech, Oak and Hornbeam however almost any leaves can be used but may take longer to decompose. ;

Plant of the Week: Japanese anemone

Plant of the Week: Japanese anemone

Bring your late summer garden to life with generous drifts of Japanese anemones – the ultimate in low-maintenance, high return perennial. Flowers begin opening from late July and carry on well into winter: if you don't dead-head the seed-heads become little greeny-yellow bobbles dancing above the winter border on long, wiry stems.

There are two kinds to look out for: first into flower is Anemone hupehensis, including bicoloured 'Hadspen Abundance' and deepest pink 'Prinz Heinrich'; later they're joined by A. x hybrida varieties such as pure white 'Honorine Jobert' and rose-pink 'September Charm'. Plant as many as you can: it's one of the best perennials you can grow.