Potter and Rest, New online Garden Centre

March is the perfect time of year to start thinking about the garden. I have decided that this year, I will spend a little more time looking after the plants and especially the fruit and veg in my garden. I am looking forward to eating more produce and cooking up some tasty meals with my home-grown produce.

Potter and Rest have offered to help me, and I need all the help I can get. As the first ‘true’ online garden centre Potter and Rest will be offering customers the largest selection of plants with the emphasis on British grown and a five-year plantĀ guarantee.


There is a ‘no quibble’ guarantee on all products, and expert advice making, Potter and Rest different to the other websites currently on offer. With online advice from experts who can recommend the ideal plant for a dark corner, or even help you diagnosis a pest problem from photos. Potter and Rest can offer you assistance on all aspects of the garden.


There will be some products and plant collections not currently available in other garden centres in the real or virtual world. As well as sections for wild care, pet care, sow your own, grow your own, outdoor plants, houseplants, plant care, equipment and tools, outdoor living and gifts.

The e-garden centre hopes to appeal to all levels of gardenersĀ from complete novices to keen amateurs and on to expert gardeners. So if like me you are somewhere in the middle, but still need the reassurance of a little expert advice from time to time, then Potter and Rest are here to help.

Join me in wishing Potter and Rest a great start to 2014 when they launch, and join me and the boy in growing fruit and veg for our dinner and pudding plates!

Photos mine, and some courtesy of potter and rest



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    1. I am looking forward to finding out as it is all still new to me, and hopefully I will be eating some of my home grown fruit and veg soon!

  1. Must admit I have never visited an online garden centre – we have a great Dobbies and Peter Barratts where we live and we love looking around there. I can imagine online garden centres to be convenient but you cannot beat the smell of flowers and compost at a real one and you cannot enjoy a latte and scone in their cafe either!

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