We’ve made it to February and it’s been a cold wet one so far! Not always the best season for being a landscaper. The cold frosts may well have taken their toll on some plants, but at least we’re starting to see signs of Spring.

Despite the current situation we’re still open have good stock. Supply and demand have been tricky but we’ll get there.

Now that the leaves have fallen, you’re likely to be removing unwanted plants or helping clients plan a big garden makeover. At least with the pruning there is less plant to dispose of and you can see what you are cutting!

We’ve plenty bare root hedging in stock along with rhododendrons and azelas – log in to have a look at our current availability.

Winter Planting

If you’re digging up and moving dormant plants, we have a good supply of compost to help them bed in.

Likewise, if you’re digging over vegetable plots or preparing new ones, we now have plenty of potatoes in stock and onions to come.

If you’ve not already registered with us then you can do here. By registering you will get access to our stock list and full landscaper list.

As always, we’re preparing the nursery now for Spring and will keep you updated.