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Ready to make the most of September’s sunshine? Give your garden tubs and borders an eye-catching look with our stunning Colour-dyed Heathers, or upgrade your patio with our ready-to-go Late Summer Blues Planted Containers. After a low-maintenance houseplant instead? Originally from the rainforests of South America, our indoor Begonia’s beautiful multi-coloured leaves are designed to last all year long!
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Ls Blues Colourtrend 27cm Container
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Ls Blues Colourtrend 30cm Container
From potting and planting to deadheading and weeding, there's no shortage of things to do in the garden this time of year. Not sure where to start? Try our online tips, tricks and tutorials, or chat to any of our 122 garden experts in-store for some free, friendly advice.
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Create an outside space you’re proud of with Homebase’s stunning selection of outdoor plants.
Bring your borders to life with bedding plants, add height with hanging baskets or grow your own vegetables with starter packs. Transform the look and feel of your space with a stunning centrepiece, opt for bamboo or a striking topiary tree. For a low-maintenance option, practical succulents only need a little watering now and then.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a gardening novice or a green-fingered pro, you’ll find everything you need to create your perfect garden at Homebase.
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