Soto House - Shade - Wide
Light, airy and with interest at varying heights, the Soto House collection has universal appeal.
The wide borders are suitable for borders approximately 1 – 1.5m deep (from front to back).
Spring deliveries will commence the week beginning 18th March. A member of the Soto team will be in touch to confirm your delivery date.
Make sure you take your plants out of their packaging as soon as you can and give them a good drink. Check out our Watering Guide in the Soto Journal for tips and tricks.
How to care
This Soto House collection is most happy in the shade. Its plants find it a bit too hot in the sun.
This is a low maintenace plant collection. For individual plant care and guidance scan the QR codes on the plant pots when they arrive. There you will find specific plant profile pages for each plant in your delivery.
These plants all enjoy a good drink when being planted. For specific watering requirements, refer to their plant profile pages.
Plant with a good quality, peat free compost. Certain plants may enjoy a liquid feed fertiliser once or twice a year. Make sure you scan the QR code on the side of the pot to learn all about your new plants.
All Soto borders have been designd to flourish in most soil types. Extreme soil varieties may not encourage growth. Visit the Soto Journal for more advice on extreme soil conditions.
Will's styling notes
Will Williams brings his vibrant and fresh design aesthetic along with his horticultural expertise to Soto. He was the youngest ever RHS Young Designer of the Year and has gone on to win several RHS medals at major UK garden shows. Below he explains the thinking behind the collection.
With plants that favour shade, this border includes sophisticated dark red Dusky Cranesbill, show-stopping Astrantias and structure from Taxus Domes.
The Soto House collection suits those looking for a traditional garden with a stylish colour scheme of green, purple and white.
Due to border size restrictions, some plants do not feature in every border. Please refer to the 'What's included' for specific plant listings.