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Summer bulb catalogue now online

Our catalogue of summer flowering bulbs and bare-root plants is now online, (click on bulb tab at the top of the page).  Pre-orders will be taken until March 12th, but we recommend placing your orders as soon as possible, especially if you are after some of the rarer species.  Bulb orders will be dispatched in early April.

Plant of the Month

Eucryphia glutinosa is a fantastic tree from Chile,
whose scented white flowers
are followed by beautiful Autumn foliage.

Golden Show Season

We were delighted to be awarded our fifth Gold Medal at Chelsea this year, followed by Premier Gold at Gardening Scotland.  We were very pleased to be awarded a Gold Medal for our display at the first RHS Chatsworth show too - a new show on our calendar.


Kendal Plant Fair & Show
17th Kirbie Kendal School, Lound Road, Kendal, LA9 7EQ 12 - 3.30pm
Organised by the AGS

Edinburgh Plant Fair & Show
7th Fairmilehead Church Hall, EH10 7AA  10.30am - 4pm
Organised by the SRGC
Harrogate Spring Flower Show
26th to 29th
Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate
Organised by North of England Horticultural Society

Glasgow Plant Fair and Show
5th  Milngavie Town Hall, G62 8BZ  11.30am to 3.30pm
Organised by the SRGC
Chelsea Flower Show
22nd to 26th
Chelsea, London
Organised by the RHS

Gardening Scotland
1st to 3rd
Highland Showground, Ingliston, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB

Chatsworth Flower Show
6th to 10th
Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
Organised by the RHS

Talks at Norfolk AGS Conference
6th Norwich
Talk on 'The modern plants hunter: searching for long-lost Primulas' and
Talk on 'Meconopsis: in the wild, growing and showing'
by David Rankin, with plant stall
18th Alloway Church Hall, 7.30pm
Talk by David Rankin with plant stall
Organised by Ayrshire & Alloway Plant Heritage

Talk on 'Meconopsis: in the wild, growing and showing'
6th Barony Agricultural College, Parkgate, Dumfries, DG1 3NE  7.15pm
Talk by David Rankin with plant stall
Organised by Barony Gardening Club