Points for plants!
For every £1 you spend on plants, pots and composts at Katie's Garden we add 4 points on to your Flourish account.
Collect 100 points and you can start redeeming them on the varieties of your choice from the Flourish range.
10% off garden pots
Flourish card holders save all year round on our full selection of glazed and terracotta pots with no limits on how many you can buy.
As a Flourish member you will receive emails with all the latest offers, ranges and nursery news. We will let you know about special events and pass on top tips to help your garden flourish!
Keep an eye on your inbox for news of special double points and bonus points events, money-off vouchers and more.
If you do not want to receive these emails you can select this option when you register, and can opt out at any time.
How to join
Fill in a form at Katie's Garden Plant Centre and we will activate a card for you there and then so you can start collecting points straightaway.
You can also register and manage your account online using the link above. Whichever way you choose we will give you an introductory 10 points to get you started.
The club is free to join and free to use.
Get the Flourish app
Install the Flourish app on your phone and use it to collect and redeem points in just the same way as with a card.
From here you can add your personal details and choose a unique PIN. We will send a verification email to you and once you reply to this you will be good to go.
If you decide you would also like a card we can issue you with one linked to your account next time you visit Katie's Garden.
The latest Flourish range plants
Available February 2020 - 100 points each. Not for general sale!
Allium Roseum - An unusual pale pink Allium with a flowering height of around 50cm.
Iris reticulata - A dainty Iris excellent for rockeries, troughs and bowls. Prefers a well-drained soil. Lovely rich colours.
Narcissus Martinette - Soft yellow flowers with an orange cup. A dwarf variety that flowers April-May.
Narcissus Minnow - A miniature daffodil in every sense, with pretty sprays of little flowers.
Narcissus Tete-a-Tete - Probably the longest flowering daffodil there is. A dwarf variety that can bloom from February into late March.
Ornithogalum nutans - A very pretty, delicate bloom. Commonly known as Drooping Star of Bethlehem. Good in borders.
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