This large rustic-looking ceramic flower pot looks the part, with hints of ancient Roman mosaics in its flowery detail. It’s the perfect way to inject some panache into your petunias. Ceramic pot, £20 National Trust, branches regionwide
Dreaming of a cool glass of orange juice in the late spring and summer months but don’t have the space for an orangery? Dwarf fruit trees take up a smaller amount of space, but have a similar bounty. They’re available from all good garden centres.
Place your own stamp on your garden – literally – with this customisable and cute garden stamp. Combine it with some simple brown paper tags to brand produce from your garden. Stamp, £26 English Stamp Company at notonthehighstreet.com
Bored of growing across, rather than up? Us too. Vertical gardening is a hot new trend, which means goodbye to bare garden walls. This version makes for an unusual but useful spice-rack too.
Spending time planting glorious gladioli is the first sign that the winter thaw is being shaken off in time for spring. Plant these bulbs now for a riot of colour in the summer.