I AM PLEASED TO OFFER DISCOUNTED PRICES ON LARGER QUANTITIES OF PLANTS. 

I supply to Universities, National Trust and RHS in addition to many garden attractions and am often asked for prices for large planting schemes, which I am pleased to do.

Prices for x 3 and x 10 plants are generally shown on the main listings. These generally allow a discount of roughly 12.5% and 25% respectively. I generally do not apply blanket discounts on whole orders since the postage cap itself results in a further discount; clearly I cannot send several hundred pounds’ worth of plants for £4.50. I offer the best price I can while maintaining my reputation for quality and service.

Further discounts are sometimes available at x50 and x250 levels for the more common native plants. In addition, I can offer the best prices for forward orders; I keep large stocks of the more common plants but some notice may be required for very large numbers. Rare and unusual plants are not available in large quantities and are not discounted.

For orders valued at £1000.00 and above please contact me for an individual quotation without obligation. Postage and packing on large trade orders priced individually will not be charged at the rates shown on the ordering page but will be specifically quoted for.  I promise that I do not make any margin on carriage of plants but just charge the actual cost of box and postage/carrier.

A suggested list of plants can be supplied free of charge if I am supplied with a section and plan of the planting area, photos are extremely useful too.

Complete planting plans can be produced outside of our busiest period, which is March to June, and there is a charge for this, please enquire.

Breeders mixes are seed grown plants of the stated species or genus and will comprise a good variety of different colours and/or forms. They represent an economical way to plant up larger areas with an interesting variety. Lost label plants are similar and include a variety of species and hybrids from the stated genus. These latter are only generally available out of flowering season, as once they flower I can label them correctly and charge appropriately for them!

I can offer the best prices for big orders in late Winter/early Spring, since this is when we do most of our splitting and propagation; once plants have been divided and replanted the labour has had to be paid for regardless of how long they have been growing in their new locations. The longer notice I have, the better price I can usually offer.