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Beautiful quality garden gifts, products & thingamabobs.

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We’re a small independent business featuring a unique range of quality gifts for gardeners… Including our premium Gardener’s Aprons through to the finest quality hand crafted Sneeboer garden tools, our fabulous Sussex Trugs and exclusive Panier traditional wire baskets of yesteryear.
There’s much more, so you’re invited to stroll through and enjoy our wonderful selection of garden related thingamabobs.

Ethically & sustainably produced quality garden gifts and products for those that love the garden.

We favour the made over the manufactured! Many of our garden gifts and products are made in the UK by artisans and small businesses who meet our ethical, environmental and high quality requirements, whilst using the finest materials where possible.
Essentially we avoid activities or organisations that do harm to people, animals or the environment.

Our Ethical & Environmental Policy.

Many of our products are eco friendly, handmade, use natural ingredients and are organic. We recycle our packaging and use recycled packaging materials. We don’t use or stock plastic products where possible, even our packaging tape is made from recycled paper. We bank with an ethical bank too, in line with our policy.

Creeper & Knotweed – Independently different.

Our aim is to provide a refreshingly different range of the best quality garden related products.
Treasured thingamabobs with old fashioned quality for everyone who has an interest in gardening today, the sort of garden gifts that perhaps even create memories and bring real warmth and pleasure in giving, receiving or as an enjoyable little treat for yourself. 

Enjoy our gardening emporium and please come back soon!

Creeper & Knotweed – for gardeners today.

Whilst recovering from a major illness I eventually made my arduous way into the garden, one step at a time and all of them uphill! 
It was only then though, after I had sat a while on my favourite Lutyens garden bench, did I begin to comprehend just why I had spent so much of my time and effort gardening there in all those years before.

I felt an overwhelming appreciation of being with nature at that time, to be able to just sit and absorb the garden.
The acers planted when they were so very young and my favourite hostas to which I had given so much care, the colours in everything from the grass up to the sky, the sound of birds singing, buzzing of bees, the gentle breeze and the slightly intoxicating smell of it all.
I had never before quite realised that the garden was so incredibly therapeutic, it seemed so far away from the hospital wards and bland treatment rooms that are so devoid of nature.

Perhaps then, it was at this moment that the seed was sown for what was to become Creeper & Knotweed.
A true understanding and appreciation of the garden and all that is genuinely great about it. 

– Steve Lupton
Founder

Whilst recovering from a major illness I eventually made my arduous way into the garden, one step at a time and all of them uphill! 
It was only then though, after I had sat a while on my favourite Lutyens garden bench, did I begin to comprehend just why I had spent so much of my time and effort gardening there in all those years before.

I felt an overwhelming appreciation of being with nature at that time, to be able to just sit and absorb the garden.
The acers planted when they were so very young and my favourite hostas to which I had given so much care, the colours in everything from the grass up to the sky, the sound of birds singing, buzzing of bees, the gentle breeze and the slightly intoxicating smell of it all.
I had never before quite realised that the garden was so incredibly therapeutic, it seemed so far away from the hospital wards and bland treatment rooms that are so devoid of nature.

Perhaps then, it was at this moment that the seed was sown for what was to become Creeper & Knotweed.
A true understanding and appreciation of the garden and all that is genuinely great about it. 

– Steve Lupton
Founder

Whilst recovering from a major illness I eventually made my arduous way into the garden, one step at a time and all of them uphill! 
It was only then though, after I had sat a while on my favourite Lutyens garden bench, did I begin to comprehend just why I had spent so much of my time and effort gardening there in all those years before.

I felt an overwhelming appreciation of being with nature at that time, to be able to just sit and absorb the garden.
The acers planted when they were so very young and my favourite hostas to which I had given so much care, the colours in everything from the grass up to the sky, the sound of birds singing, buzzing of bees, the gentle breeze and the slightly intoxicating smell of it all.
I had never before quite realised that the garden was so incredibly therapeutic, it seemed so far away from the hospital wards and bland treatment rooms that are so devoid of nature.

Perhaps then, it was at this moment that the seed was sown for what was to become Creeper & Knotweed.
A true understanding and appreciation of the garden and all that is genuinely great about it. 

– Steve Lupton
Founder