Oh God no - proper nurseries are a world away from T&M.They're alright for seeds or bulbs, but not plants/shrubs etc.
@warwickbear1973+8 You'll get lots of good recommendations from people here, but unless you want to pay lots of delivery charges, and have them all delivered at totally different times, then it may make more sense for you to find one nursery that has a good selection of what you need, and can get it to you soonish.I was recently looking online for Geraniums, and could only find one nursery that had everything in stock, and which promised to deliver in 2-3 weeks (Claire Austin: couldn't fault them). Many nurseries that I looked at were not delivering anything for about 3+ months, and many had very little stock. I think that's quite common at the moment.
@warwickbear1973+8https://www.secretgardeningclub.co.uk/collections/plant-pass-voucherThere are 20% off discount codes here: https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/1024298/the-secret-garden-clubFree delivery over £20.They don't offer large plants though. All in 9cm pots.
Another suggestion: look up your local garden centre, and give them a ring or email them. They may well deliver for you. I know my local GC is doing deliveries for those who are carers or who cannot leave the house because they are shielding.I think we mentioned Hebes on another thread?
Good luck! I hope they are helpful. You might also want to have a look at Euonymus - they are also evergreen foliage shrubs that would provide a backdrop to the colourful bedding you bought today, and don't get too big.
I got a few more plants today,I have no idea if they will grow to big but I can worry about that later I bought a Hydrangea Bela,Euonymous Pierrolino,and another Euonymous but looking on the receipt it's called a spindle tree so I'm now worried that's going to grow huge so might take that back.I mentioned that one yesterday but had only heard it referred to as a plant,but the word "tree" has made me worryI also got a few geraniums from Aldi.This bed is the first one that I will have planted that has a dual aspect as the beds that I have planted in the past have been against a wall but this one at the front of the house is placed between my lawn and drive,so placement of plants will have to be given a little more thought,if that makes any sense