Houseplants, conservatory & tender plants

Cacti and succulents

Stylish and hard to kill, it's no wonder these are enjoying huge and increasing popularity. Our range is constantly changing and evolving but tends to include:

Aloes, including Aloe Vera
Cacti in various shapes & sizes, including Opuntia, and the little ones with eyes
Ceropegia woodii
Crassula (various) and sinocrassula
Echeveria (various)
Lithops (living stones)
Haworthia - the stripey ones
Sansevieria (mother-in-law's tongue)
Senecio 'String of Pearls'

Foliage plants

Some of our indoor foliage plants (check stock before traveling for a specific plant)

Alocasia (e.g. Stingray)
Asparagus fern
Begonia (foliage varieties)
Boston fern
Calathea - various
Chamaedorea elegans (Parlour palm)
Chlorophytum (spider plant)
Cryptanthus (Earth Star)
Dracaena - Dragon tree
Dypsis lutescens
Ficus (ornamental fig - various types/sizes)
Fittonia - 'Mosaic plant'
Hoya tricolor
Maranta Fascinator
Monstera - Swiss Cheese Plant


Pachira aquatica
Pilea peperomoides
Philodendron (various)
Phlebodium (blue star fern)
Sansevieria (various)
Schefflera (umbrella plant)
Senecio (string of pearls)
Sinocrassula yunanensis
Soleirolia (mind your own Business)
Streptocarpus Pretty Turtle
Tradescantia Jewel Red /Nanouk
Zamioculcas zamifolia

Citrus Trees

Who doesn't love the scent of orange blossom - or lemon, lime, kumquat, calamondin?

We no longer hold a lot of citrus in stock - but usually have lemon, often lime in Spring/Summer and can certainly get other varieties/sizes for you. Just let us know your required tpye and budget (you can use the contact form) and we will do the rest.

You can also get citrus compost here, and citrus feed - either in the Summer/Winter water-soluble powder form or the super-easy drip feeders.

Plus of course, lovely indoor and outdoor pots, pot trolleys etc.

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Air plants & carnivorous plants

Pitcher plants

As well as cacti and succulents, we like these other interesting plants which can spark up a child's interest in gardening:

Air plants (no soil required!)
Sensitive plants ('sleepy-/shameplant')

And the carnivores:
Pitcher plants - Sarracenia and Nepenthes (best for fly-catching)
Venus Fly-traps

A good site for information and tips on caring for carniverous plants is Tom's carnivores.


Phalaenopsis (moth orchids) are always a customer favourite as they're so easy to care for (liking the same conditions, roughly, as humans).  They not only flower for long periods but are easy to bring back to flowering after a short rest.

Other orchid types you might find in the shop (not all at once):
Cambria orchids, Cymbidiums, Zygopetali, Dendrobiums.

Pictured right is mini phalaenopsis - only 20cm tall approx - in one of our little cup (with hole) & saucers which make such a cute combination that they're one of our most popular gifts.

We also sell Orchid Compost, Orchid Feed, orchid drip feeders, Orchid Myst and books on orchid care, most supplied by longstanding experts in the field, Growth Technology.



Every year we make a special journey to the nursery which holds the national pelargonium collection, to bring you scented-leaved and other special pelargoniums not found in most garden centres – such as Lord Bute, and the scented-leaved Lady Plymouth.

These are normally available from mid/late April; please contact us to check availability which depends on the weather!

You can also find other pelargoniums in Spring/Summer: Angeleye, Caliente and Fischer, to name a few.  Our best-seller is Fischer Velvet Red - a truly luscious deep dark velvet red, that you can over-winter in a greenhouse or indoors.

Other flowering houseplants

Other than orchids, citrus & pelargoniums, flowering indoor plants - depending on seasonal availabity - include:

Spathiphyllum (Peace lily)
St Paulia (African violets)
Zantedeschia (Calla lily)

... plus in season, Christmas Cacti and Poinsettias/Princettias - especially the more unusual colours (technically not flowers).

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