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Plant of the month

This month we are celebrating the beauty of Astilbes! We know, Astilbe’s are so 80’s we hear you cry! But from TV to fashion, the 80’s are officially back in vogue, and so are these feathery, moisture loving beauties...

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Impact Range

What do we want? An instant Garden! When do we want it? With our exclusive range of mature perennials, you can have it NOW!

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Our design service

Not only do we design gardens large and small, we also work with other garden designers throughout the region, so you’ll be sure to find a designer to fit your style and budget right here.

How we can help

We’ve been designing gardens and landscapes, large and small, for 26 years

Colour Your Garden is a plant nursery based near Ripon in North Yorkshire.

We love plants and want to help you get the plants you need for your projects; our innovative Online Plant Market gives you the power to find the plants you want, when you want.


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A Brief History of Plant Life on Earth

A Brief History of Plant Life on Earth – 2 Part Series Life is truly ancient. You, me, the grass and the trees  – we are all inextricably connected to something that happened on a young Earth around 4 billion years ago. Scientists have arrived at a number of theories offering an explanation as to […]

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An Offbeat Introduction to Plants

Right now, there exists a spectacular multiplicity of life on this planet. At this moment buffalo are roaming the plains of Africa, seals are hunting fish in the seas surrounding the South Pole, bullet ants are building nests in the wet, hot rainforests of Nicaragua and, perhaps of more immediate interest, you are reading this […]

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Musings on plants

A warm welcome to the all-new Colour Your Garden blog! This blogging caper is new to me, so bear with me while I take the plunge and set sail into the netscape of (hopefully) useful and (hopefully) interesting musings on the wonderful world of plants.

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