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Contact us on 0800 043 1057 or for International enquiries (00) 44 1623 812 711
***Christmas Delivery Times ***
Trees over 1m tall: Last orders accepted 12.00 pm, Monday 15th December, delivered Thursday 18th December.
Trees under 60cm tall: last orders accepted Tuesday 16th December, delivered Friday 19th December.
We open again 5th January 2015 and all tree orders placed after these cut off times will be processed for delivery Thursday and Friday that week. Thursday for 1m + trees and Friday for under 60cm trees and shrubs.
ALL YEAR ROUND PLANTING
All trees come with their roots encased with compost (excludes bare root section) which means you can plant these any time of year so long as the ground is not frozen.
FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY *except Scottish Highlands
All our products now come with FREE DELIVERY TO MAINLAND UK, EXCLUDING PARTS OF SCOTLAND. All orders placed before 12.00 pm on Monday will be delivered Thursday or Friday of the same week, except holidays.
If you live in the Grampians, add this surcharge
If you live in the Highlands, add this surcharge
If you live in the Scottish Islands, add this surcharge
If you live on the Isle of Wight add this surcharge
All addresses in zone 1 (except Isle of Wight) are free delivery, Zone 2 and 3 attract a surcharge. Click here or the thumbnail for a map and explanations of which post codes belong to which zones. Call us on 0800 043 1057 (+44 1623 812 711) or click here to email, for surcharge costs.
We can and have delivered trees to France and other places in the EU before. Please call us for postage surcharge rates.
FREE TREE WARRANTY
As of 1st January 2009, we offer a FREE TREE WARRANTY. Obviously conditions apply so we can make sure the minority of "urine extractors" do not abuse our system.
Autumn is a great time to plant trees because the earth is warm and the roots, unlike your 20 something children, will venture out looking for their own resources making tree establishment that bit faster.
Also, all our stock is replenished in mid-August and as the best/tallest stock is sent out first, you can be sure taking receipt of the tree shortly after this time that you have received the most vigorous specimen we have. If we picked at random, some trees might not fit in the box later in the year. You can order any time of year requesting an August delivery to ensure best selection.
BARE ROOT STOCK
Bare root stock (comes with no pot or compost surrounding the roots) are only available for delivery from November to March/very early April. They are cheaper than containerised but MAY take a little longer to establish. Bare root are cheaper but not as quick to establish as containerised. Bare root trees ordered outside this time frame will be kept at our nursery for despatch until they are ready.
What could a tree possibly give you back? Apart from the obvious oxygen, there are many benefits available to you.
Take fruit trees as an example. The obvious return here is the fruit but if you are looking for an attractive tree then the cherry blossom is particularly fetching and fragrant. If you have an interest in cooking or wine making then any of the fruit trees will give you the freshest, cheapest ingredients.
Other tree benefits include:
- Great place to hang a swing.
- The kids will love climbing them.
- Adds colour and interest.
- Attract wildlife, especially birds.
- Can reduce water content in the soil.
- Trees can reduce soil erosion e.g. riverbanks.
- Reduce carbon footprint.
- Bio fuel.
- Use leaves as compost.
HEDGE TREE BENEFITS
You may overlook planting hedges in your garden if you are unaware of the benefits they provide. These include:
- Privacy and noise reduction: Take a peak at the shrubs in volume section. (Important note, hedges only reduce not eliminate noise and this depends on the density of them)
- Security: Steal yourself across to the thorny shrubs section.
- DIY nature reserve: Attract birds and butterflies to your hedging.
- Windbreaker: Have delicate plants in your garden then protect them with a sturdy hedge.
- Resident ugly: Have a garden feature you don't like? Grow a hedge in front of it.