The Flower Shop, Bushey

Shop Plant Stand
Always a good selection of seasonal plants and planted arrangements in a varity of containers.

Sorry some containers are proving difficult to source at present, your arrangement will be to value but may differ to the photo.

Orchid in Glass

Orchid in Pot
£37.50 - £40 - £50
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Phalanopsis orchids with their long flowering period and easy care are a perennial favourite. They are usually available in white and pastel pink to an almost purple shade of pink. The orchids we sell are NOT the sort you buy in the supermarkets! Supplied in a waterproof terracotta pot for £37.50, in a fancy basket or ceramic pot for £40 or in a glass vase with moss & pebbles for £50.

Place your order for an Outdoor Planted

Metal Outdoor Planted
£50
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Peace Lily Planted
£30
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Melamine Planted
£30.00

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Grand Jardin planted Wooden Drawer - Info and larger picture

Grand Jardin
£35 - £45
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Succulent Planted

Succulent Planted
£30.00
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Orchid & Succulent Planted
£50

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Place your order for an Outdoor Planted

Metal Outdoor Planted
£50
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Peace Lily Planted
£30
ORDER

Succulent Planted

Succulent Planted
£30
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Melamine Planted
£30.00

ORDER

Grand Jardin planted Wooden Drawer - Info and larger picture

Grand Jardin
£35 - £45
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Orchid & Succulent
£50

ORDER

Place your order for an Outdoor Planted

Metal Outdoor Planted
£50
ORDER

Succulent Planted

Succulent Planted
£30.00
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Peace Lily Planted
£30
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Melamine Planted
£30.00

ORDER

Grand Jardin planted Wooden Drawer - Info and larger picture

Grand Jardin
£35 - £45
ORDER

Info and larger picture

Orchid & Succulent
£50

ORDER

Caring for your Plant and Planted Arrangements

Caring for indoor plants is easy, just replicate the conditions in which they naturally grow! Okay maybe it isn't that easy but common sense in the position and watering will reward you with a long & healthy plant life.

Water: Where possible remove single plants (in there plastic pot!) from the waterproof container. Either immerse the pot in water, for plants such as hydrangeas, or sit the pot in 1 or 2 inches of water for African violets etc. Add liquid plant food, such as Baby Bio when required. When the plant has had enough water it is very important to allow time for the excess water to drain from the pot. If the plant is left sitting in water it WILL rot the roots and kill it.
For planted arrangements or where the plant can not be removed from its container the best way is to regularly check the soil. Move enough covering, moss, stones, bark etc. to push a finger about 1 inch into the soil, this should lightly stick to your finger if it's too dry increase your watering, or too wet allow the plant to dry and decrease frequency of watering. Most plants appreciate a mist spray.

Position: The general rule is a bright spot. Some foliage plants sansevieria (mother-in-law's tongue), aspidistra and many varieties of dracaena are happy in darker positions but flowering plants in particular will not do well. Window-sills do pose a problem though. In the winter with the curtains drawn the temperature can be too cold for delicate plants and in the summer the midday sun, magnified through the glass, can scorch the plant.

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Martin Roberts at The Flower Shop

102 High Street , Bushey, Hertfordshire, WD23 3DE, England. Tel: 020 8950 3384


Also formerly at:

Samuel Roberts at The Flower Shop
4 Market Street, WATFORD, Hertfordshire, WD18 0PD, England. Tel: 01923 220676