We are very pleased to be holding another open day to raise money for the National Garden Scheme on the 25th September 2016. This will be our 4th Open Day and will hopefully take our total raised across the 4 events to over £4000. Come and see the Dahlia and Chrysanthemum fields full of colour. David Hall…Details
Alongside our summer sale we will be having our first Rose Festival. A perfect chance to see 100’s of roses, including climbers, ramblers, bush, shrub and David Austin English Roses all either in bud or flower. Check out the fragrance of some wonderfully scented Roses – much better than just going off a description! During…Details
Your onion sets should be planted in early spring, with the tips just showing, roughly 5-10cm apart for medium to large onions respectively. Shallots should be planted at the same time of year but about 20cm apart as they produce bulbs on the surface in early summer. If you have access to a greenhouse or…Details
. . . to start setting away your Dahlia Tubers to enable you to take cuttings for this years season (that is if you haven’t already). Bring them into a light and airy environment with a bit of heat. This should encourage basal growth from which you can take cuttings. If you are reading this…Details
Our range of Scottish grown seed potatoes are now in stock. Have a look at our Variety and price list below Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, Shallots and Garlic 2016 To start your seed potatoes off or ‘Chit’, pop them in tray or box in a light, frost free area with good ventilation, I have mine…Details
Last Updated 09/02/2016 Of those varieties we had available as tubers at the begining of the season we have now SOLD OUT of the following. All but Willo’s Violet are still available as Dahlia Mini Plants or Garden Ready Dahlias. Giant and Large Decoratives: Elma E, Hamari Girl, Jocondo, John Hill and Sir Alf Ramsey Giant…Details
Locally sourced Christmas trees. Holly Pomanders and Wreathes Hand made by our own staff.
When we export outside of the EU the tubers need to be extremely clean to pass customs.