Our Range of Garden Plants
Our secure and easy to use online shop allows you to browse through our extensive catalogue, featuring more than 1,200 varieties of herbaceous perennials, the majority of which are propagated here at our Nursery. Nearly all our plants are outdoor grown ensuring that they are hardy enough to withstand being planted out in your garden at anytime during the growing season.
For a straight forward Alphabetical search click on letters above.
If you want a little help in finding the right plants for your garden, then our excellent Advanced Search facility is for you. Perhaps you are not sure which plants are suited to your particular type of soil. Or maybe you have a colour scheme in mind and want to choose plants accordingly. Search our tips for more information
These plants are our own varieties:
Gaillardia St Clements                                                Gaura Rosyjane
Gaura Ruby Ruby                                                         Veronica Tissington White
The 'Home-Grown' logo is a new initiative from the Horticultural Development
Company (HDC). The aim is to create a recognised symbol to indicate British-grown plants.
99% of the plants that we sell are grown on our nursery, with most of these starting out in our own propagation unit.
The 'Nursery Grown Scheme' is a new initiative from the Horticultural Exhibitors Association (HEA).
Members of the schem
e are all specialist nurseries who grow their own stock and retail direct to the public. It aims to highlight to customers that they can speak directly to the grower and benefit from their experience and knowledge, as well as indicating that the plant has not been transported long distances unnecessarily.
When you buy from one of the participants of The Nursery Grown Scheme you know you are helping to support the UK&rsquos specialist nurseries, and preserving this unique bounty for future generations of gardeners.
Proud to support IPPS'
This is a new initiative from the International Plant Propagators Society (IPPS), to promote the society to a broader audience. The society aims to keep its members informed of the latest industry developments, so that propagation and production techniques can be improved and d. Hazel, one of our team of propagators, is a member.