New arrivals

This page is designed to enable visitors to determine stock that has recently become available. As, during peak seasons, this list will be long, links are provided to differing plant types to ensure that you don’t miss the arrival of an eagerly anticipated plant. Generic or non-plant related items will appear on this page.gate1

Details of specific plants can be ascertained from the following links: Bedding plants, Hardy perennials, Shrubs, Ornamental trees, Fruit trees, Conifers, Climbers, Roses. We recommend that you check these pages regularly if you require a specific variety or call in at Freeland Nurseries to view our current stock; if you take this approach our experienced staff will be glad to offer advice on plants that will satisfy your requirements.

Recent deliveries from our acclaimed suppliers mean that we now have in stock a comprehensive selection of plants of all types. To mention a few that are particularly relevant to this time of year:

  • The selection of raspberry canes available has been increased and available now is the highly productive variety ‘Cascade Delight’ and the late Summer fruiting variety ‘Tadmor’ which bridges the gap the more usual Summer and Autumn fruiting canes.
  • Alpines are now showing colour consequently, to take best advantage of that colour in your garden, we recommend that you make an early visit to make your selection from the colourful aubretias, arabis, phlox and violas.
  • Today herbs are widely used for culinary purposes and many people rely on supermarkets to supply them. Growing your own often provides an improved taste sensation as the the herb is picked as when needed, not only that but many herbs are fragrant giving yet another wonderful treat for your senses. Growing is easy and can be successfully achieved irrespective of whether you intend to use pots, tubs, hanging baskets or a specialist herb garden. We now have a wide selection of herbs in stock in both 9 cm or 1 litre pots.
  • The next few weeks are idea for planting out vegetable plants. If the cold and wet weather is proving challenging for getting your vegetable seeds to germinate or if you want a guaranteed start for your vegetable garden then we recommend that you visit to view our selection of vegetable plants, including carrots, peas, broad beans, brassicas, lettuce, tomatoes, courgettes, leeks, spinach and many more.

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