Whether you make up your arrangements on site or allow your customers to make up their own, we can provide you with a wide range of all the artificial flower arranging wholesale products you will need.Read more »
Leaves are falling rapidly and wind and rain are on the increase. It is therefore important that your customers start preparing for these frosts before it gets even colder.Read more »
With Halloween just around the corner, we all know that Pumpkins are an essential part of the festivities.
Whilst it's obviously too late to grow pumpkins for selling this year, don’t panic the coming winter months are the perfect time to stock up on seeds and horticultural supplies ready to grow pumpkins for next year.Read more »
Here at JFH Horticultural Supplies we offer a large range of both Floral and Seasonal products for Nurseries, Garden Centres and Florists.
New for this year is our ‘Liberty Planter’ range which are ideal for small plant displays and excellent for planting up as gifts. Available in a choice of fashionable colours and a choice of sizes.Read more »
While Spring may be over, Summer can be just as busy especially given the present circumstances. Managing your nursery during these busy months can be made easier by getting hold of the right equipment.Read more »
As this week is Water Saving Week, we wanted to give you some helpful tips that can be used in your business.
A considerable amount of water can be wasted in the Horticultural Sector.Read more »
Greenhouses and polytunnels are wonderful tools for keen gardeners and growers, offering a much needed space outside of the usual summer season. But while protecting your plants from the elements, greenhouses and polytunnel can also be prone to sheltering pests and diseases that will ruin all your hard work. Armed with our top pest control tips, you should be well equipped to give your plants the best protection possible.Read more »
Peat has always been used as a component because of its ability to retain water and nutrients. Nowadays, with more awareness around peat-bog depletion, and peat as a limited resource, many gardeners prefer to use peat-free composts.Read more »
BBC Gardeners World Magazine have done a piece of research which states that over 75% of the buying public would pay for (within reason) extra efforts towards making plant pots and plastics in horticulture generally more recyclable.Read more »
A chill is most definitely in the air. It is important that your customers start preparing for these frosts before we sink even lower into single digits. You can help by stocking up on the right products for use both outdoors and for indoor growing areas.Read more »