Nationwide delivery of your plants

 

                

 

Delivery charges to all U.K. addresses ( excluding Northern Ireland ) 

We only use 24 hour services so that your plants are only in packaging for the shortest possible time.

 

Free delivery for orders over £ 75.00

Standard delivery is a flat rate of £ 7.50 

 

We are currently delivering plants to all United Kingdom addresses only.

 

Our service to Northern Ireland and all European Union states is temporarily suspended while we assess the implications of the new Brexit trade deal. We hope to be able to resume this service very soon.

 

We send all of our plants via Royal Mail 24 Tracked Service or Fedex Express overnight. These have proven to be reliable, tracked delivery services for us in very difficult times.

Both Royal Mail and Fedex are, at present, operating contactless deliveries, inline with covid-19 guidelines.

When you order plants from our website, they will be dispatched to you during the month shown on your order confirmation.

Once your order is ready, we will send you tracking details from the relevant carrier.

We grow all plants in grey pots that can be kerbside recycled. Your order will arrive packed in cardboard boxes with cardboard internal packaging. You can simply break this packaging down and dispose of it with your usual kerbside recycling.

When you receive your plants from us they will be garden ready with a healthy established root system and we will have removed all flowering stems. We also supply a care card for your plants.

We grow all of the plants we sell ourselves, at our nursery, without the use of additional heating or artificial light. This makes for very strong, healthy plants. However, we are not in control of the weather which can sometimes slow down growing times in the early Spring season. In this instance we will always contact you & let you know of our anticipated delivery date. 

We really look forward to you receiving your plants & hope they give your garden many seasons of scent & colour.

 

Happy gardening,

Benedicte & Stephen