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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 and early autumn.

 

Latest additions to plant list:

- Cyperus longus (sweet galingale)
- Many apple varieties now added
- Haws - C.pedicellata, C.schraderiana
- Medlars Flanders Giant, Royal, Westerveld
- Cercis siliquastrum
- Symphytum ibericum Wisley Blue (dwarf comfrey)
- Sagittaria latifolia (arrowhead, duck potato)
- Hazel Clark - a recent productive American variety
- Loquats Oliver and Mrs Cookson
- 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:

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