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Welcome to InstaPlant®

Your ideas can be transformed into living displays. Designed using computer
technology and planted from our extensive range of carpet bedding,
InstaPlant makes light work of a previously labour intensive task.

See how it's done!


What is InstaPlant®?


InstaPlant® makes light work of a previously labour intensive task. Almost any design idea is possible as long as it can be produced in the bed size you require. All of our displays are designed and produced to order at Kernock Park Plants in Cornwall, and can be delivered anywhere in the UK & Ireland.

Each display is individually designed, planted in the nursery, grown on, trimmed up and delivered to you ready for you to install. Or if you prefer we can also install the display for you. On delivery, you simply slide the pre-rooted tiles of plants out of the trays onto a pre-prepared bed (following the detailed plan supplied). This instantly transforms the bed into a colourful work of art within hours. Take a look at some of our recent projects below.



Organisations who could benefit from InstaPlant® include:


  • Local Authorities

  • Hotels
  • Corporate Bodies

  • Britain in Bloom Organisations
  • Landscapers

  • Golf Clubs
  • Leisure Centres

  • Clubs, Charities & Societies

What they say about us:

  • "I took delivery of the carpet badge today and I must say that it looks amazing. I just wanted to express my gratitude to you and your team for making the whole process so easy and efficient. The magnificent badge will be a real pleasure for all our residents to enjoy during the Jubilee and Olympic celebrations. Thank you once again, it has been a pleasure dealing with you and your company."
    Helen Wilson, Ashford Borough Council
  • "I would just like to say that all of the 3D Olympians and carpet beds are stunning and have been totally appreciated by everyone. Never seen so many members of public getting photos taken next to them. Thanks for all the hard work gone into creating such magnificent structures and carpet beds."
    Dave Murdy, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council