Langthorns Plantery, established in 1977, has a reputation for their quality plants and sustainable ethos. The company motto “We live plants, we love plants” really reflects what the brand stands for. Edward Cannon and his team ably assist gardeners of all levels and abilities in procuring their dream gardens with appropriate ornamental trees, plants and shrubs. As demand for natural products, environmental awareness and greater knowledge about wellness increases, Langthorns Plantery have decided to trial PlantGrow’s plant-based range of organic fertilisers and plant foods as part of its on-going sustainability programme.
Steve Suggitt, Managing Director of PlantGrow, comments: “We’re thrilled to have the weight of such a reputable brand behind us to help PlantGrow reach further afield. We see Langthorns Plantery not only for its plant reputation but its beliefs in a more eco-friendly and bio-diverse future. PlantGrow product will enable its customers more choice to maintain their gardens in a sustainable and bio-diverse manner.”
PlantGrow is an award-winning plant-based gardening solution, recently being recommended by Which? Magazine Plus, winning the coveted “Breaking Boundaries Award” at the Norfolk Business Awards. It has been endorsed by some of the UK’s leading horticultural experts and professors of garden science; Alan Gray from the BBC, horticultural broadcaster Ellen Mary, and garden pest expert Dr Ian Bedford for its natural and remedial properties. An innovation developed by a Norfolk-based farming family, PlantGrow is the first product within the home fertiliser category to be produced entirely from a renewable energy process.
Made up of a range of different plant tissues and residues through a patented process of anaerobic digestion, the process converts surplus crops, fruits, and vegetables whilst creating electricity for the local communities. The unique digester residue is rich in natural fertilising elements, packed with micronutrients, and has outstanding results when applied to soils or composts. With global peat shortages and many home fertilisers containing chemicals, PlantGrow is kinder to the soil** and less harmful to organisms, including insects, birds and other natural wildlife.
Langthorns Plantery is open seven days a week. The website and social media sites (Facebook and Twitter) keep customers up-to-date with plants that look fantastic in the season and conditions. There is also a mail-order section for those unable to visit or wish to send friends and family gifts. For more information: 01371 872611 or firstname.lastname@example.org