Only the plants shown on this section of the site are available by mail order.
Plants are sent by carrier, in their pots, as soon as they have died back sufficiently in the autumn. Prices for plants sent in pots by nextday carrier start at £9.50. You will be able to see all the costs before you place the order. Mail order is September to early spring, UK only, it is not possible to make exceptions and whilst we will try and fit in with your delivery dates but cannot accept orders with a delivery specified well oustide out normal mail order envelope. The closing date for mail order is shown on home page - click 'catalog' above left to see.
To find our carrier delivery depot, click here
and search with your postcode.
Delivery will normally require a signature unless you make it clear when you place the order that the parcel may be left, for eaxmple, in the front porch or garage. Please specify this in the place provided when you compose your order. Also, when you register, you have the option of registering additional UK delivery addressess.
The plants you get are strongly grown and will be on average about one year old from rooted cuttings grown for a season -generally in 9cm pots or strong divisions from open ground plants. They will be strong plants and they will NOT be small and recently rooted specimens in plugs. Larger plants, generally in 2 litre pots are a year older.
In the unlikely event that you are dissatisfied with the plants we ask you to take good care of the plants in the interim and return them within one week of delivery and at your expense by first class recorded delivery when we will refund your purchase value.
Examples of pot grown plants sent by next-day carrier despatched any time during mailing season - this photo was taken late March. Left to right, backrow are in larger 2 Litre pots - Aster macrophyllus 'Twilight', Phlox 'Utopia' and Papaver 'Manhattan'. Front row in 9cm pots are: Aster macrophyllus 'Twilight', Monarda 'Gardenview Scarlet', Helenium 'Septembergold' and Aster 'Lady in Black'. Note these are all container grown NOT containerized.