Plant orders for the 2018/19 winter season

The new list for autumn/winter 2018-19 is now live!  This growing season has been challenging, with a cold spring delaying everything, then a hot dry late spring/early summer. Some plants will be added to the online list as they make good enough growth over the summer.

If you have already reserved plants please do not order them a second time online – the confirmation of your reservations is in hand and will be sent later in July.


Latest additions to plant list:
- Hazel Clark - a recent productive American variety
- Loquats Oliver and Mrs Cookson
- Acacia dealbata (silver wattle)
- Acorus calamus (sweet flag)
- Hablitzia tamnoides (Caucasian spinach)

New introductions for 2018/19 season include:

  • Apricot Bergeval
  • Cherry Kordia
  • Damsons Aylesbury Prune, Sweet Prune
  • Gages Reine Claude de Bavee/Doree, Stella's Star
  • Figs Verdone, Violette Dauphine
  • Mulberry Collier
  • Nectarine Mesembrine
  • Peach Hale's Early
  • Korean berberis Rubin
  • Honeyberries Indigo Yum, Wojtek, Zojka
  • Hardy kiwis Hardy Red, Rogow
  • Pepino
  • Raspberries Alpengold, Glen Clova, Glen Prosen
  • Hazels Gustaff Zeller, Lang Tidlig Zeller, Tonda di Giffoni
  • Rhubarbs Australe, Suttons Seedless
  • Feverfew
  • Cochlearia danica & glastifolia
  • Chinese liquorice
  • Korean celery
  • Maypop (Passiflora incarnata)
  • Black bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra)
  • Hop Northern Brewer
  • Swiss Mint
  • Boysenberry
  • Buffalo currant (Ribes odoratum)
  • Strawberry Cupid

Most apple, pears, plums etc. are 1.2 to 1.8 m (4-6 ft) high. Varieties marked * are protected by plant breeder’s rights.

Current Stock

As the selling season progresses, stock levels of our plants will start going down. For a current overview of plants left in stock, please navigate here:

Top Fruit
Soft Fruit
Unusual Edibles & Other Plants

Select a group or see ordering information below