November 2014 and we are currently updating the website so new additions will appear before the end of the year, at present
though its worth noting that we have good plants of Edgeworthia chrysantha (see page 7) which have flower bud for late winter/early
spring,there are also a few plants of Daphne bholua in variety available but only for collection as they don't lend themselves
to being packaged.
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.
Daphne bholua and especially Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' continue to be very
soughtafter and we are still not able(due to difficulties in propagation) to produce more than a few each year.
We do though have some other good species of Daphne in the pipeline and can offer again soon Daphne collina,
and Daphne x napolitana.
Lapageria rosea and Lapageria rosea 'Albiflora' have been very popular this year
and we are only now able to offer small plants in 9 centimetre or one litre pots rather than the larger plants in 2 litre
pots that we normally supply.
For Alpine enthusiasts we have a few young plants of Massonia (Massonia depressa,Massonia
echinata and Massonia pustulata) although these are quite frost hardy,our changeable winter climate probably means that these
choice alpines are best suited to a cold glasshuouse or conservatory growing.