New in gardening this February

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Now that spring is near, we can really get excited about spending more time outside, getting the garden looking gorgeous, and taking pride in our outdoor space. The days are getting a little longer, and that means you’ve got extra time to potter around and make sure displays are up to scratch.

We’ve got some brilliant shows, products and launches coming your way in the next 28 days, along with two Today’s Special Value offers you won’t want to miss.

Thompson and Morgan

Coming up on the 4th February, we’ve got a wonderful Plants2Gardens Today’s Special Value offer, including 20 plug plants in an array of beautiful colours – perfect for adding some vibrancy to your borders and planters.

Our Pick of the Month for February is a giant fuchsia collection from Thompson & Morgan, which comes with no P&P to pay throughout February – take advantage of this great offer while you can! The stunning array of violet, purple, pale pink and fuchsia petals will look wonderful this spring.

Our resident gardening expert Richard Jackson is celebrating 10 years of his Flower Power later in the month – make sure you stay tuned to QVC Live on the 19th February for a very special offer, and check out his current gardening offerings for ways to add colour and interest to your outdoor space. Make sure you also check out his blogs to find out what he’s been up  if you need inspiration!

If you’re after tools to help you tidy up your garden, the Webb 260 Km/h Garden Blow Vacuum with 45 litre bag is perfect for removing leaves quickly and efficiently, and comes with an impressive 1300W aluminium motor. It’s a real gardening essential for the season! There will be plenty more hard goods and DIY tools in February, so let us know in the comments what you’re looking to find for your garden.

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