Charleshurst Farm Nursery

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November 2015

 The nursery continues to grow a range of plants including shrubs,small trees and herbaceous plants,specialising in some more rarely offered genera and species and we continue to offer a range of Daphnes including some of the dwarf alpine forms.
 We  have sold out of Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' for the time being but there are some more plants growing on hopefully for Spring 2016 ,in addition we have strong seedlings growing on of Daphne bholua which should help with supply. I am working on producing Daphne 'Spring Beauty' in reasonable quantity,this wonderful hybrid of Daphne bholua 'Sir Peter Smithers' and Daphne sombreuil is absolutely covered in intensely fragrant pink flowers from January and perhaps still in flower in April,it may be a little less hardy than Daphne bholua but has managed -10c and this is a plant that deserves a sheltered corner. 
Lapageria have again been much soughtafter this year and we do have good plants in 2 litre pots of Lapageria rosea. There are also good plants of the white form Lapageria rosea 'Albiflora' available.
Returning to the catalogue will be Cornus alternifolia 'Argentea' and we can recommend the small trees Styrax japonica 'Beniban' and Hoheria angustifolia flowering as they do during the Summer.


Daphne x rolsdorfii 'Wilhelm Schacht'


Arisaema costatum

Catalogue Pages 1-11    Shrubs A-Z (including climbing plants)
Catalogue Pages 12-14  Woodland and Herbaceous Plants


Daphne x susannae 'Tichbourne'


Massonia depressa


Lapageria rosea

Charleshurst Farm Nursery,
Loxwood Road,
West Sussex.
RH14 0NY.

Phone: 01403 752273
or mobile 07736522788

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How To Order

Submit the order form on the last page (This can also be used for any enquiries)or telephone us anytime for orders or enquiries.  
If you would like to visit,the Nursery is usually open Friday,Saturday and Sunday from February to October,but its always best to telephone first before travelling as we may be away exhibiting at a show.

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