Drinks Mix

£10.99

Sláinte! Na zdrowie! Salud! Cheers! The Drinks Mix is our selection of flavours to add to your favourite drinks.

Drinks Mix Information

  • Your plants will arrive sown in 65mm plugs and in 9 cm pots and will be approximately 10 - 20 cm tall

  • Number of vegetable plant plugs in the box: 4

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New from Propagation Place, drinks are served! We have chosen our best plant additions for refreshing tastes all through the summer. Fancy a Pimms with sweet Strawberries or some fresh spring water with Cucumber? Have you ever tried Tonic water with a couple of halved Cucamelons or indeed Coriander? Get the traditional mint tea flavour with Morrocan Mint. Enjoy your plants and stay hydrated while you potter in the garden or put your feet up at the end of the day. The drinks mix is a lovely selection for anyone who loves a bit of extra flavour in that thirst-quencher!

What to do when your plants arrive

  1. Unpack them. Your seedlings will arrive carefully packed in bio-degradable straw, cardboard and paper. They may look a little bit bedraggled from their journey. Don’t panic – this is totally normal and they should soon perk up. Please try and unpack your plants as soon as they arrive, as every extra hour they spend in the box will add to the stress of travelling to their new home.
  2. Give them a drink. Having spent a day or two in the post, your new plants will be thirsty! Stand them up in some fresh water for a few minutes to make sure their roots have been thoroughly soaked before planting.
  3. Plant them out into their forever home! Your plants can’t wait to get their roots into the soil. Plant them out according to the instructions that will have come in the box with them. Make sure you water them in well, and give them plenty to drink until their roots have had a chance to get settled.

Substitutions

As you well know, plants are unpredictable creatures and so is the British weather. As such, we reserve the right to substitute items in your order for an equivalent variety. To find out more about substitutions, please take a look at our terms and conditions.

Delivery

We charge a flat shipping fee of £6.99 per shipping season. If you order everything from one season ie Spring you will be charged once, if you order Spring and Summer you will be charged twice etc. We do not ship outside of the UK.

Where can I send a gift card?

All of our products are available to send to UK addresses only. The products that the recipient can redeem their gift card on will only be mailed to a UK postal address. Postage is free for physical Gift Cards, as well as on the products that can be redeemed.

Terms and Conditions

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Planning your site

Many of the herbs we use in the UK originate in warmer climates and from hardy wild plants which can withstand drought and low-nutrient soil. With this in mind, you want to make sure that your herbs are going to receive plenty of sun wherever you choose to put them, whether in a pot or in the ground. Most herbs will benefit from decent soil which has been previously mulched and into which they can easily push their roots (we all like things to be as easy as possible don’t we?).

Growing tips

The more succulent herbs, and certainly your annuals such as Basil and Coriander will really thrive if you water them regularly and if they get a little shade when it gets really hot. Perrenial herbs will greatly benefit from a hard cut back to the lowest point of green growth at the end of the summer and an application of mulch. Some herbs are best grown in pots as they spread rapidly and may become pernicious. These include all the Mints and Lemon Balm which we strongly recommend you grow in containers, whether these are sunk into the ground or not.

What to look out for

Herbs are generally very hardy, though the non-woody annual herbs may experience stress and disease if erratically watered, allowed to dry out, waterlogged or if sun-scorched. Woody perennial herbs will become leggy, unsightly and unproductive quite quickly if you do not cut them back in the autumn so don’t be afraid to give them a good haircut!

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