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A curation of our most frequent questions and enquiries for your reference!

  • How do I become a Member? 

Sign up for free on our homepage to receive our weekly newsletter notifying members of our updated stock so you don't miss out on your favourite plants!

Or for just £19.99 per year, you can become a Goodwill Pass member. This membership entitles you to 50% off at The Secret Gardening Club and SEVEN other websites for a full year. Full information can be found here.

Goodwill Pass Members - You receive a £3 discount on your delivery charge. However please note to take advantage of this you have to place your SGC order on


  • Do I need an account to place an order?

No. It is not necessary to create an account to place an order. 

  • I receive your emails, doesn't that mean I have an account? 

No, signing up to our newsletter and receiving our offers via email does not mean you have set up an account with us.  

  • What Size will my Plants be?

We offer a range of different plant sizes and varieties which effect the answer to this question, as does the time of year.

However, as a rough guide please see below. Please be assured we only send quality plants out in deliveries, some varieties in 9cm pots may not show much foliage on arrival, they just require some growing time.



  • How long will my delivery take?

Please see our Delivery Page for up to date delivery information  


  • When will you have a certain variety in stock?

We endeavor to have as wide a catalogue of plants available to you at all times throughout the year, particularly in Spring/Summer. Due to the nature of our business we are unable to give specific stock details, we get as much and as varied stock as we can. The best thing to do is browse and search for the plants you are looking for. 


  • How do I treat powdery mildew?

Powdery mildew thrives in high humidity, keeping your plants spaced apart will encourage better air circulation and will lower humidity around them. One recommended treatment you can do, to avoid mildew is to make a spray using 1 Tbs of baking powder and 1/2 tsp of liquid soap to one gallon of water. As soon as you notice the disease, begin the treatment.