Get the best results with Flower Power

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As the presenters keep teasing me, I've been gardening for quite a few years (over 400 years according to that very cheeky Anthony!).

During my gardening career, it has frustrated me that some of the products used by professional gardeners weren't available to home gardeners. That's why I finally decided to develop my own versions.
 
The first of these was my Flower Power plant food which I tested in my own garden and, once I was happy with it, was really proud to launch on QVC three years ago. But what thrills me even more are the fantastic results that QVC customers have achieved in their gardens when they started using Flower Power.

Take a look at this video clip and you can see what Flower Power can do for your garden…
 



I've seen pictures of tomatoes double the normal size, beautiful lily flowers over 30cm (12") wide, huge juicy strawberries, pot-grown clematis with 180 flowers and even a 100-year-old climbing rose producing the best display that the family can ever remember!
 
I've had a number of requests to introduce a bigger pack and I'm delighted to introduce Today's Special Value. It includes a limited edition splash proof carry tub which not only helps keep the Flower Power fresh, it's also re-usable and re-fillable with any future purchases of Flower Power.

I'm chuffed to bits with it and I hope you are too!
 
Happy gardening,

Richard

P.S. Check out my Flower Power FAQs

4 Comments

  1. Sharon Gasparutti February 17, 2010 at 2:21 pm -  Reply

    Hi Richard,
    Well done on introducing the new larger tub of your Flower Power,which I bought as the tsv today(Wednesday). It’s an excellent idea which will help all of us novice gardeners and especially for those of us that like growing nice,large cucumber and other veg and plants of all kinds. Just one question is it good for houseplants like spider plants as I unfortunatley have one gone into past tense mode!?
    Look forward to hearing from you.

  2. Janice Wright March 19, 2010 at 8:14 am -  Reply

    Hi Richard
    I started gardening ‘proper’ last year. The garden looked fab and full of colour. Unfortunately as a novice I’m unsure which plants to leave as I don’t know which are annuals and which are perrenials.
    Dare I suggest that QVC mention this in there descriptions as I’m an avid web buyer and this info would be greatly appreciated.
    Things are starting to pop up in some patio pots and I’m getting so excited. Worse than a kiddie in a sweetie shop. I’m worried if I start emptying pots which look dead may have growth going on underground and I disturb nature.
    Anyway it’s just a suggestion which may help other new gardeners. My busy lizzies have just arrived with flower pouches. I’m so looking forward to decorating the fencing.
    Thanks Richard
    PS. It was fab meeting you and Julian at Kew last year.

  3. Lorraine Garratt May 22, 2010 at 11:21 am -  Reply

    Hello Richard and Julian, just watched the show today-Sat. 22 May- a viewer sent in a photo of a dwarf rhoddedendram please can you tell me where I can buy one as my garden is too small for the normal size. My Mum and I would like to thank you both, and all the other QVC staff for a great day out in Birmingham 2 weeks ago. It was great to meet you both and all the other gardeners on our table. I don’t know if you would remember us, but my Mum was the elderly lady in the wheelchair (86yrs young) and she offered you, Julian, money to get back to Kilburn when she heard you had lost your wallet. Our photos we took came out great and my Mother will treasure them. Keep up the good work.

  4. Jose Mitchell May 25, 2011 at 6:59 pm -  Reply

    Enjoyed watching the show this morning and have ordered the lovely white hydrangea. Had a wonderful time last thursday at the Botanic Gardens Edgbaston. Wonderful day in all respects, wonderful welcome, lovely meeting you all, weather perfect, lovely champagne reception, top class lunch and lovely lady who showed us around the gardens. Topped off by your very informative question and answer session Julian’s sense of humour which complemented your own – was only sorry not to have been there the next day to meet his mother, and the very generous goody bag you presented to each one of us at the end. It will be a wonderful memory, especially as we heard our daughter had passed her finals at Medical School, the result came via a phone call while we were in our hotel room. Will always remember it and the QVC staff, also the lovely people at our table during lunch. Thank you so much. Is there anywhere we can see the photographs your photographer took during the day as the gardens were lovely? Thank you all so much, a very memorable day.

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