We have lots of new stock to come in November and December.
Take a look at our Trees page ... Roses page ... new Hedging page ... and Christmas page to find out more!
You can also download our November handout:
Once the clocks change we will be reducing our opening hours:
Katie's Garden will be open 10am to 4pm every day until Sunday 23rd December.
The plant centre might have to close during periods of very bad weather including snow and high winds - please phone before making the journey.
If you are heading to the Autumn Plant Fair with Artisan Market at Helmingham Hall today make sure you visit Gill and Tracy at the Katie's Garden Plant Centre stall!
For more information about the event visit the Helmingham Hall site.
Come and fill some paper bags with our Pick n Mix selection of spring and summer-flowering bulbs!
Tulips, Narcissus (Daffodils), Muscari (Grape Hyacinth), Hyacinths, Crocus, Chionodoxa, Endymion (English Bluebells), Fritillaria, Iris, Gladiolus and Scilla available now. More to come in September, including Alliums and Camassias.
Many of the plants in the sale are so fresh and new they have only just started flowering!
Sale includes all bedding packs, most plants inside Shophouse (excluding £3.99 patio plants), and many plants in the entrance lane.
Judges at the Suffolk Show awarded our display of Suffolk-grown plants Gold at this year's event.
We went with a traditional cottage garden display ... but looks can be deceiving!
Our showcase included many new and unusual varieties including compact Clematis, "3D" Osteospermums, pink evening primrose, new colours of Digitalis (foxglove), and 21st century varieties of Salvias and Heucheras alongside a few of the many perennials Geraniums we grow and well-established plants such as Centranthus (valerian), Achillea (yarrow), Primula and Tree Lupin.
It's Suffolk Show time!
For garden inspiration head to the Flower & Garden Show marquee - and bring your friends!
Susie, Rick, Gill, Catherine & Tracey have had a busy day setting up the Katie's Garden Plant Centre display, featuring lots of plants and planting combinations to enthuse the county's gardeners.