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Plants online - our guide to plant sizes


NOTE: OUR PLANTS ARE REGARDED AS SOME OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY IN THE MARKET WHEN YOU ORDER A 1L POT YOU GET A 1L POT FULL OF PLANT NOT A 9CM PLANT IN A 1L POT.

We sell our goods in a number of formats at different stages over the growing season. This is stated in the product options on the product page. If you have any questions regarding these formats then please don't hesitate to email us and we will do our best to help.

Plug Plant Size Guide

FN84 - 37mm x 37mm
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FN128 - 29mm x 29mm
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FN180 - 26.2mm x 26.2mm - Mostly Used for Our Nemesia Plugs

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FN288 - 20mm x 20mm
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Rhizome Size Guide
(As an example we sell our Paeonia's as a 2/3 Eye Rhizome and as a Finished plant close to bud/flower in a 3L Deep Pot)



Lily Bulb Size Guide

Our Lillies range from 12/14 up to 16/18 in size. We sometimes offer some larger sizes (18+) of new and exclusive varieties.

As a rule a 12/14 Lily Bulb would measure between 12-14cm round the exterior of the bulb.

Normally the bigger the bulb size the stronger/thicker the stem and the bud count will be higher, this does vary between varieties. You will always get flowers from our lily bulbs.


Pot Size Guide

Our smallest pot is a 9cm pot usually 9cm high but can also be 7cm high on a few products, these are often for basket plants, fuchsia and geraniums. We use this for our liners in some cases.

Our next pot is our v11 or 10.5cm pot, these are often called liners and are well established plants ready for potting out in borders or into larger pots or tubs.

Our 1L or 13cm Pot in some cases is a very established plan ready to pot out directly into borders or larger tubs, you would not normally pot our 1L pots into a 2L or 3L pot.