We're getting lots of requests for edible plants at the moment.
It's still too early, and too cold at night, for young salad and vegetable plants - seedlings are growing now in the cosy confines of our greenhouse. A few tomato plants should be large enough to sell to those with greenhouses in a week or two; we don't expect to have cucumbers and courgettes ready until late April.
Lists of fruit trees and fruit bushes we have in stock are as files on the Home Delivery page. At this time we are not able to supply anything not on these lists.
We have limited numbers of 1.5 litre herbs at £3.99 each, including upright and creeping rosemarys, curry plants, a few thyme and a handful of less common varieties such as garlic chives and basil mint.
Herbs in production now are growing in 9cm pots at £1.99 each. A few varieties are starting to root in their pots (the mints, fennel, parsley) but any bought now will need careful looking after until they are more established:
We pick out some of the current highlights at the Katie's Garden nursery.