Plant Selection

endf-gardenWe hope our web site with its extensive catalogue section will help you find and select plants suited to your garden or grounds especially those plants you have found difficult to source elsewhere.

We have published this full catalogue (see below) in both PDF and in Excel format so that you can choose the format that suits you best, but we would recommend excel as being quicker and easier to use - with a search function . PDFs of individual categories are also available. This is only updated every few years , and our stocks are constantly changing. The outside sourcing of many plants is becoming increasingly difficult and lead in times from our own propagation is typically 18 months for smaller plants . 

We do not have a gallery of photos of the plants, as these can all be found easily enough on google images. However if you cannot find an image of a particular plant of ours on line then we would be interested to hear , so that we can post one. Please check the plant information page for useful fact sheets.


plant-list-img1Our plant catalogue is listed alphabetically , offering over 2000 different lines. Plants are categorised into the sections below. Each species/variety is primarily stocked either at our South – East NorthDown nurseries – RHS code SEND , or our Midlands – Mucklestone nursery – RHS code MMuc. The full range of plants can be collected or dispatched from either nursery given a little time.  E-mail us with your ‘wish list’ and we will get back to you with available sises prices and delivery costs. Because of our exceedingly broad range, we stock only limited no.s of each cultivar, so we recommend requesting 2-3 of each sort. If we are sold out of certain items , we can normally propagate or source more by later in the season.  

Trees – We grow an exceptional range of tree species and varieties -fruit trees of all kinds, ornamental crab apples ,flowering cherries , conifer species, rowan, and birch , – grafted , budded and from seed. These are available year round,, mostly in 10ltr pots.   Trees and conifers

Shrubs – enormous range of different shrubs grown in 3, 5 or 10 litre pots. This section includes roses, low growing conifers, phormiums and cordylines. Smaller growing, ground covering, shrubs are grown in 1 & 2 litre pots.  Shrubs    Roses

Perennials – this section includes herbaceous perennials and marginal plants that die down in the winter months(MMuc), as well as non woody evergreen plants(Knipophia, agapanthus, SEND), ferns (MMuc) and drought tolerant bulbous plants that die down in the summer months also a range of Water plants (SEND). These are grown in 9cm, 1 litre or 2 litre pots. Perennials Ferns 

Small perennials – these are low growing “alpine” plants growing less than 6 inches high. This section includes plants such as Thymes, House Leeks(MMUC) etc. Suited to the front of beds, borders, pots and troughs. Normally sold in 9cm pots. See Bulbs and our list of Small perennials  

Conservatory plants – we grow a wide range of plants suited to a conservatory or cold greenhouse, needing protection from frost and winter wet (SEND). These can be put out in the summer months in the ground or pots but are not generally suited to growing outside, except by the more adventurous in mild areas. This section includes Succulents, agaves, aloes, palms, bananas and yuccas. Conservatory Plants

Grasses and bamboos – We have a very large range of bamboos typically grown in 10 litre pots, Miscanthus, Sedges, Rushes and Grasses for both dry(SEND) and damp soils (MMuc). Bamboos

Climbers – We have a full range of climbers such as honeysuckles, clematis species, wisteria, vines and creepers. Climbers

Annuals – This section includes summer and winter bedding in 6 packs, then vegetable plugs and transplants, fuchsias, geraniums, patio / hanging basket plants.  Biennials   Bedding and Veg

Fruit Plants – a wide range of trees such as apple, pear, plum etc. Bushes and canes such as currants, raspberries and gooseberry. Also includes rhubarb, strawberries etc.   Fruit Plants 



Updated plant lists:

Our plant database is continuously being updated. Our RHS plantfinder lists are updated each autumn and we then  aim to upload our updated list onto the website each spring to show our latest available range. We hope that you will find our extensive range useful in sourcing your plants.
Please Note: All of our plant lists have been scanned for viruses before uploading to our site so you can be sure they are virus free

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Full Catalogue PDF

Full Catalogue Excel