All of the plants I sell are propagated and grown by me. They are grown in raised beds, then lifted and grown on for sale in pots. Over the course of the year, I hope to sell seeds and bulbs as well. 50p from every order will go to Oxfam.
There are two options for delivery:
By post – Orders are processed as quickly as I can process them at a flat rate of £4.95. I can usually send them out within two working days, but if there are any delays I will let you know. Packages are sent First Class with Royal Mail. Bearing this in mind, I won’t dispatch plants immediately before the weekend to avoid them sitting in a sorting office for too long.
Local delivery – Please contact me before selecting this option! I’m happy to deliver (or you can collect) in and around the North Birmingham area.
I endeavour to grow my plants in peat free compost. The exception to this is last year when compost became a little hard to come by during the pandemic. As a result, there may be some peat based compost in some of the plants currently for sale. As of 2021 all plants are grown peat free.
Plastic Free (ish)
For an industry which is in some ways quite close to nature, horticulture certainly uses a lot of plastic. For my part, plants are grown in plastic pots; I re-use pots wherever possible but I haven’t quite found an alternative that is up to the job yet. The search continues! Labels are also plastic, as I haven’t yet found a practical alternative. All packaging is recyclable.
This is a new enterprise, so feel free to offer constructive criticism, advice or encouragement! Everything is undertaken with the best of intentions, so if there are any problems with the plants you receive, I will do everything I can to rectify any problems.
Thank you for visiting!