TOUCHWOOD: PLANTS TO BUY

Plants and seedlings for sale by post
Autumn/Spring 2014 / 15
Note: seedlings and plants only sent to the UK

There are always plants for sale at Touchwood Garden, Swansea, especially Aquilegias during the flowering season, however if you live at a distance you may wish to buy plants and seedlings using my mail order system.
Firstly I send out bare-rooted plants during dormancy over the winter period (Oct/Nov-March).
Secondly in April to June I send out seedlings… put the date in your diary now!.
Finally, I send bare-rooted Aquilegia plants from mid-June, until mid- July. These plants have flowered and can be cut back at that time to give strong new foliar growth. Here are the current lists. NB Plants are usually only posted to the UK, please contact Carrie regarding shipping prices to other countries.  NOTE, I am no longer selling any aquilegia plants as there is downy mildew here at Touchwood.

E-MAIL LIST:

If you would like to receive details about the updates to the seed-list or seedling-list each year by e-mail, please e-mail me and I'll be happy to add you to my mailing list.

Plants by post

I promise to lift, bare-root, and pack everything one afternoon, and post them first class so that you should receive it the next morning. You must promise to pot up that morning…and let me know any days you WON'T be available to receive the postal packet. Is there anywhere in particular the postman should leave the parcel if you're not there? With less than 24 hours out of their pots, the plants shouldn't even feel it! Everything comes either from my cold (unheated) greenhouse, or outside. Very occasionally I may need to substitute plants if what you ordered isn't found on the day(!). I will phone you if you give your telephone number, and you are in, otherwise I reserve the right to send what I consider to be suitable substitutes (rather than the rest of your order being delayed in its bare-rooted state). What can be easier, buy plants online, and for cheap plants that easily settle in your garden, bare-rooted is best.

Seedlings by Post

- Available mid-April until about July: 2.50 a 'lot'
 SOLD OUT 2014

Each year I germinate 100s of different types of seeds, but only grow on about 6-12 of each type, and so often have spare seedlings, usually April-June. These are SMALL seedlings, sometimes only at seed-leaf-stage…so no true leaves yet. If such small seedlings are beyond your dexterity to handle…then go for the larger sized ones. That way you won't be disappointed, and the seedlings will survive! Please note, that as these are just 'spare' seedlings, I may only have a few for sale. With Aquilegias IT'S MY CHOICE on what to send…it just depends what I happen to have spare at the time! Though you can ask for, eg 'singles', 'doubles', 'bicolours', stellatas' etc. It is best to contact me by phone or email to check and reserve your order.  Seedlings are named as what I receive it as…thus I cannot guarantee that plant names are exactly correct.

NOTE, I am no longer selling any aquilegia plants as there is downy mildew here at Touchwood.

Each 'lot' is usually about 8-10 seedlings. Special seedlings, eg from red and yellow doubles will only have about 5 to a 'lot'.  THERE MAY BE SOME CROSS-POLLINATED ONES, ABOUT 3 OR 4 TO A 'LOT'.  I may also have larger seedlings with 2 or 3 true leaves, which are about 5 -6 to a 'lot', depending on size.

Prices: All seedlings cost £2.50 for a 'lot', sent bare-rooted and £4 1st class  postage for however many 'lots' of these  seedlings you buy. Minimum order 4 lots, most people go for 10, 15 or 20 lots and really save on postage costs!

I will have many types of aquilegias, also other plants… do email and ask what's in.

TESTIMONIALS: Seedlings arrived this morning, all are potted up and ready to rock! (well next year). Excellently packaged! Cant believe the amount and variety best £20 I've spent in ages! Many thanks Martin Davies, Stoke-on-Trent    Many thanks for your prompt attention, the seeds and seedlings arrived about midday on Friday and are now in pots. Really fast delivery, Thursday afternoon posted in Wales and next day delivered to North of Scotland. Many thanks, Jean E.
Dear Carrie, I just wanted to say a thanks for the amazingly quick delivery of the order. All of the seedlings are planted and a sample of at least 20 seeds from each batch are sown. So far only a couple of seedlings haven’t pulled through the initial potting up, but as you provided one or two spares these don’t matter. Even more impressive is the fact that some seeds are already germinating and this is so much more impressive than the seeds I bought from packets bought at a garden centre from large national distributers. Very pleased with everything so far and intend to make more orders in the future,  Thanks Andy Western (Essex)

TO ORDER PLANTS AND SEEDLINGS

E-mail me or ring me on 01792 522443 to check availability before paying by cheque; or card via the secure Paypal site

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Post & packing(UK) depends on weight and size: £4 for approx up to 6 items, but possibly many more, then 10-30p/item to a maximum 10

Please make cheques payable to Touchwood. Thank you ~ Carrie ~

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Small and/or young plants at £2, or 'double helpings' (counts as 1 item) at 3.50

Aquilegias     Hi Carrie - Just to let you know along with all the other testimonials you appear to have received I would like to add mine. I am delighted with the plants I have purchased from you and following your instructions they are all growing away really well. It doesn't take a minute to let someone know how pleased you are and you readily deserve it! Please add me to your mailing list. Mrs. Doreen Newton, Hampshire.

Smallish, usually self-sown seedling, unlikely to flower this year, pot luck!

Follow this link for full sized plants

NOTE, I am no longer selling any aquilegia plants as there is downy mildew here at Touchwood.

Ajuga reptans

variegated leaf form.

Decorative ground cover. Do excuse the photo, I always forget to snap this plant when it's looking good. These are the resting, over-wintering buds, but hopefully they give you some idea.

Alchemilla mollis

Lady's Mantle. Beautiful foliage that catches the rain, chartreuse foamy flowers, great for flower arranging.

 Very quick delivery and thoughtfully packaged. Thank you.

Briza maxima

Giant quaking grass

 Briza maxima heads look like beetles!Great in flower arrangements and dries naturally to last for years. Giant quaking grass, Briza maxima

Campanula poscharskyana

Unpronouncable yet indispensable bellfower, covered in purpley-blue starry flowers for months. 10-20cms and spreading.  I'm writing this a week before Christmas….and still enjoying some flowers around my doorstep!

Chelidonium majus fl. pleno

Double form greater celandine, no relation to the small (lesser) celandine. A great mound of good foliage, (about 50-70cms high and wide) with bright flowers over a long period in summer.

Dipsacus fullonum

Dipsacus

 

Teasel … these are smaller plants, but likely to flower this year.

Big plants will tower above you! The flowers look good also in bud stage (left) and also as the brown seedpod stage which you can dry for flower arrangements or leave for the goldfinches and as winter decoration in your garden.

SUPER FAST DELIVERY & TOP QUALITY GOODS, WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT!

Teasel Dipsacus fullonum

FeverfewFeverfew

Aromatic foliage.
Masses of yellow-centred daisy flowers in summer.

 

Galium odoratum

Sweet woodruff

Great groundcover, prefers shade (not dry shade). Why is it called sweet woodruff? It contains high levels of cumarin and as the leaves dry they release a wonderful sweet hay scent. One of the native wildflower plants that was used as a strewing herb or in matresses to share it's wonderful scent indoors. Why not use it in potpourri? It evocatively reminds me of summer fetes and horse-shows, where there is often the same bruised grass smell. It won't be in luxurious growth now, as it dies away to some extent in the winter

Galium, sweet woodruff

Geranium pyrenaicum

Self-sown seedlings, so pot luck colours!

Geranium rubescens

Excellent service, plants arrived next day and well packaged.

Like a huge herb Robert!
Or a petite Geranium canariense/ maderense type.

Geranium rubescens leaf in January. Plants for sale

Geranium x oxonianum

  Another lovely healthy looking plant. Thank you.

So willing, it will not only clump up, but also self-seed

Gladiolus papilio

Hardy. Delicate colours and tracery on each flower.

2 corms

Jerusalem artichoke 'Fuseau'

Very good cultivar for large edible roots
10-15' tall plants, yes! With yellow daisy flowers.

Cook by boiling, or steaming. For an even better treat, roast about 45 minutes. Nigel Slater in 'The Garden' magazine suggested roasting in butter with the addition of thyme or a bay leaf, adding that they are also good in salads or as soups. My favourite way: artichoke crisps!

Lamiastrum galeobdolon

Lamiastrum galeobdolon yellow archangel at Touchwood

Yellow Archangel
Rampant but beautifully silvered leaves. Yellow flowers.

Melissa

Lemon Balm
Rapidly clumps up. Wondrous lemon flavour, my favourite tea is lemon balm tea, take 2-3 top sprigs in a mug, pour over boiling water and drink hot or cold.

Mentha requenii

Corsican mint
Tiny, tiny creeping mint, wondrous scent!
Purple flowers.

Mentha requienii Corsican mint at Touchwood Swansea

Mentha spicata

Good form of spearmint for your lamb!

Mentha variegated mint

Good colour and good scent.

Myosotis
Forget-me-not

Would spring be spring without the Forget-me-not?
Beautiful-eyed clearest heavenly blue flowers over several weeks. These will return year after year to your garden if you let them gently self sow.
How about that… a perennial biennial!

 

1-3 plants depending on their size, to flower this next spring

Oenothera biennis

Evening primrose

Persicaria 'Red Dragon'




The plants I had last year are all doing well, in spite of my neglect! When the border has matured I will send you photos so you can judge how well the novice has done with the expert's plants!

Fantastic chevron-marked purple foliage. Not totally hardy, always gets cut back with late frosts, even here…but still keeps coming. You will receive 3 very small shoots…which will make a decent statement during the first year, and clump up well. Please don't order too early unless you can protect the small plants…March or April will do.

Note, counted by shoot not root…some roots have more than 1 shoot!

Phuopsis stylosa

Spherical pink pinhead flowerheads and evergreen foliage. I'd never be without it. Highly recommended….and not just by me:

Testimonial: PS: Last years plants are doing very well, especially the Phuopsis, haven't come across it from anywhere else…my little grandson loves saying it too!

Physostegia virginiana,

Obedient plant… because the individual flowers stay where you put them!

Oxalis purple leaved

Just a quick note to say thanks for the non-rooted ` cuttings I got from you at the end of March. The photograph, (above) shows one of the cuttings in a 12in pot. Marvellous! Thanks, Andrew (11th July 2009)

My star buy in 2008, one plant took over a whole container, cascading all around… everything else died from slugs or the weather!  Too good to loose, I then brought it into the house for the winter!
This is 2 unrooted, small, cuttings… be prepared to mollycoddle them until ready to plant out. Proving hardier that I thought, but I'll wait until all the frosts are over before taking back outside.

2009, a customer sent a photograph to show me the cuttings that he'd had from me, looking incredible early summer!

Persicaria campanulata

Prettily marked velvety leaves in spring. Little bell flowers in August-September. Don't let it flop over other plants! I prop mine against a wall or fence.

I just wanted to let you know that the Persicaria campanulata you sent me in April is knocking my socks off - whatta plant!    It has a lovely presence. Is there any way you could send me more? Or can I reserve some for next year? (I put all my stock in a client's garden so I'd rather not take cuttings from it…)  Thanks, Sue Davis
Thank YOU Sue, it IS good, isn't it? I can send more, and it expands freely so you should have plenty to enjoy! Carrie

Persicaria nepalensis syn P. alata

Well marked foliage, pretty pink flowers, until cut down by frosts (November here). This is a brilliant ground cover plant, rapidly covering the allotted area (and then some more!), However, it dies back underground during the winter. You will receive several shoots…which will clump up.

The lower left photo shows it colouring up well in the autumn.

Persicaria nepalensis is grown mainly for its handsome foliage. Well marked leaves form an attractive bank of foliage to about a foot high.
Here's what my friend Leslie has done with it to great effect… as an underplanting in a tub!

Saxifraga

'Six Hills'

Great encrusted saxifrage, small tight rosettes.

Saxifraga

Possibly 'Southside Seedling'

Big brother of the above, larger and so more rapidly growing. Occasionally tall flowering stems with red-splashed white flowers.

Photo taken in November.

Sedum alba

Jelly bean plan

Fleshy jelly-bean leaves and white flowers on this happy alpine.Sedum alba jelly bean plant

 

Sedum spurium

Reddy small rosettes, more strongly coloured in winter.

Sedum rupestre

Fleshy leaves, yellow flower, Creeps and roots controllably!

Sempervivum

Interesting letter

Houseleek. Or, one old name for it is: 'Welcome home husband however drunk you be' Hmmmmm! I have several sorts, but you'll get pot luck really, though you could ask for, eg, smaller sort, green sort, red sort or cobweb sort…and if you're very lucky I might be able to comply! Photo taken in November. Grow it on your roof…to protect your house from lightening. Wonder if the insurance company will allow a discount….like for burglar alarms?  Do let me know!

Schizostylis coccinea

though I hear we should call it Hesperantha coccinea now.

Kaffir lily, at least 6 small ones to grow on to flowering stage

Pink form only available as £3.50 sized, see below

Tolmeia

Piggy-back plant… so called as tiny new plants grow on the leaves! Also used as a houseplant. Small strange flowers on medium height stems… strangely d'Arth Vader-like to my way of thinking!

You will get 2 of these small plantlets when you buy my piggy-back plants.

Great ground cover for shade,
although it also grows in sun.













I just thought I'd drop you a line and express my sincere thanks for your time, courtesy and great products! I received them today, excellently wrapped, obviously taken good care of at 'your end' and they arrived in superb condition.

Tellima grandiflora

Fringecups. Scented, I liken it to the perfume of azaleas. Great ground cover in shade, also grows in sun.


First class all the way
Have bought from you before, will buy from you again. Excellent packing, good strong plants, recommended to all.

Larger plants at £3.50 counts as 1 'item' for post & packaging

Alchemilla mollis

Lady's Mantle. Beautiful foliage that catches the rain, chartreuse foamy flowers, great for flower arranging.

Acorus gramineus

I think!

Cream and green

Decorative variegated 'grass'.
Evergreen in green and cream.

Thanks so much for your generosity with the plants - I was expecting a wee piece of each, not the bounty you sent - it felt like my birthday!  The Acorus plants have made an impact already and will only get better. If only all nursery owners were like you. Best wishes, Holly, Stirlingshire'

Acorus gramineus 'Ogon'

Decorative variegated 'grass'.
Evergreen in green and yellow.

 

Allium ampeloprasum

Elephant Garlic

I was amazed the first time I saw the HUGE cloves that elephant garlic produces. Yes, those are 3 SINGLE CLOVES on my hand, not whole bulbs containing many cloves!

It grows like ordinary garlic, except that I leave mine in the ground all year round.  Also….they produce flowers! Typical, ornamental onion flower-heads, that are also tasty in their own right….harvest only a few of the florets to add to eg egg mayonnaise or stir fries. Only a few, as they are strongly flavoured.

You are buying 2 or 3 smaller bulbs, likely to be in active growth: roots & leaf.

Allium triquetrum (5)

Growing through Persicaria nepalensis

3-cornered leek - edible flowers, and leaves through the winter. and early spring, just when chives is below ground! One of the early spring bulbs, very delicate looking yet tough as old boots. Called 3-cornered leek as the flower stems have 3 corners. It'll multiply and clump up nicely from the bulbs, DON'T let it seed or it can take over…just deadhead and throw the spent flowers in the bin. - supplied in active growth

Arisarum proboscideum

Mouse plant. Mouse-like flowers, complete with tails!.  'Bulb', flowers in spring. Hardy, easy.

Campanula poscharskyana

Unpronuncable yet indispensable bellfower, covered in purpley-blue starry flowers for months. 10-20cms and spreading.  I'm writing this a week before Christmas…and still enjoying some flowers around my doorstep!

Chelidonium majus fl. pleno

Double form greater celandine, a great mound of good foliage, with bright flowers over a long period in summer.

Larger sized plants.

Dipsacus fullonum

 

Teasel … these are smaller plants, but likely to flower this year.

Big plants will tower above you! The flowers look good also in bud stage (left) and also as the brown seedpod stage which you can dry for flower arrangements or leave for the goldfinches and as winter decoration in your garden.

Teasel Dipsacus fullonum

Eupatorium cannabinum

Hemp agrimony. 5' hardy perennial with flattish topped light pink flowers, loved by butterflies.

 

Fern

un-named, in variety, pot luck!

Feverfew

Aromatic foliage.
Masses of yellow-centred daisy flowers in summer.

Geranium pyrenaicum

Self-sown seedlings, so pot luck colours!

Geranium phaeum

Mourning widow. Very early, dusky flowers held well above foliage. Long season, bees will thank you!

Fantastic! All the hardy geraniums have turned up today safe & sound! Thank you so much… they all look strong & healthy and not a bit worse for their journey. I am sure that they are going to love their new home!  I would like to thank you for taking all the time and trouble to make this such a fast, friendly & successful sale… it has been a pleasure and I hope to buy some more of your lovely plants again soon! Val

Geranium phaeum hybrid
ask for 'the one by 428'!

Another early flowerer.
Lighter flowers, possibly is 'Lily Lovell', but I think that's darker.

Geranium monacense

Another early flowerer. More purpley, more sharper-pointed flowers

Geranium x oxonianum

So willing, it will not only clump up, but also self-seed. Grows to 2-3'

The items you sent previously were perfect. Thank you, yes I have ordered more its not an illusion. member Bluehousedoor, ebay

Geranium rubescens

 

Like a huge herb Robert!  Or petite Geranium maderense/canariense type.

Geranium rubescens leaf in January

Gladiolus papilio 4 corms

Hardy. Delicate colours and tracery on each flower.

Gladiolus papilio

Jerusalem artichoke 'Fuseau'

Very good cultivar for large edible roots 10-15' tall plants, yes! With yellow daisy flowers.

Cook by boiling, or steaming. For an even better treat, roast about 45 minutes. Nigel Slater in 'The Garden'magasine suggested roasting in butter with the addition of thyme or a bay leaf, adding that they are also good in salads or as soups . My favourite way: artichoke crisps!

Luzula sylvatica 'Aurea'

Golden wood-rush. Photo taken in winter.

Lysimachia ciliata 'Firecracker' x3

Dark purple dramatic foliage, sprays of yellow flowers. A showstopper. spreads.

Lysimachia punctata x6 Plant the long white 'roots horizontally a little below the soil surface, with any buds facing upwards and leaves (if present) above surface.

Yellow Loosestrife. Super cottage garden perennial. Very quickly forms a large mat with yellow flowers over a long period in summer. Yes, an enthusiastic spreader!

'Hi would just like to thank you, I bought some yellow loosestrife roots from you, I followed your instructions and they are now in flower - very beautiful plants. I'm new to gardening and if I'm honest I never thought that the instructions you gave me would work and I'm well pleased that I now have yellow loosestrife in my garden as I'm a great fan of Geoff Hamilton and cottage gardening. I never thought I would actually have the plant in my garden from his book, kind regards Kirsty Seal'

Lysimachia punctata yellow loosestrife plants to buy

Milleum effuseum aureum

Bowles' golden grass

Crocosmia (Montbretia)   6 corms

Rapidly spreads! Very lovely, well marked orange flowers.

Myosotis
Forget-me-not 2-5 plants depending on their size, to flower this next spring

Would spring be spring without the forget-me-not? Beautiful-eyed clearest heavenly blue flowers over several weeks. These will return year after year to your garden if you let them gently self sow.
How about that… a perennial biennial!

Oenothera biennis

Evening primrose, larger plant

Oxalis purple leaved

Just a quick note to say thanks for the non-rooted Oxalis cuttings I got from you at the end of March. The photograph (above) shows one of the cuttings in a 12in pot. Marvellous! Thanks, Andrew (11th July 2009)

My star buy in 2008, one plant took over a whole container, cascading all around…everything else died from slugs or the weather!  Too good to lose, I then brought it into the house for the winter!

These are 4 unrooted, small, cuttings… be prepared to mollycoddle them until ready to plant out. Proving hardier that I thought, but I'll wait until all the frosts are over before taking back outside.

Persicaria nepalensis syn P. alata

Well marked foliage, pretty pink flowers, until cut down by frosts (November here). This is a brilliant ground cover plant, rapidly covering the allotted area (and then some more!) However, it dies back underground during the winter. You will receive several shoots…which will clump up.

The lower left photo shows it colouring up well in the autumn.

Persicaria nepalensis is grown mainly for its handsome foliage. Well marked leaves form an attractive bank of foliage to about a foot high. Here's what my friend Leslie has done with it to great effect…underplanted in a tub!

Persicaria 'Red Dragon'

Fantastic chevron-marked purple foliage. Not totally hardy, always gets cut back with late frosts, even here…but still keeps coming. You will receive 7 very small shoots…which will make a decent statement during the first year, and clump up well. Please don't order too early unless you can protect the small plants…March or April will do.

Note, counted by shoot not root…some roots have more than 1 shoot!

Persicaria campanulata

Prettily marked velvety leaves in spring. Little bell flowers in August-September. Don't let it flop over other plants! I prop mine against a wall or fence.

I just wanted to let you know that the persicaria campanulata you sent me in April is knocking my socks off - whatta plant!  It has a lovely presence. Is there any way you could send me more? Or can I reserve some for next year? (I put all my stock in a client's garden so I'd rather not take cuttings from it…)  Thanks, Sue Davis
Thank YOU Sue, it IS good, isn't it? I can send more, and it expands freely so you should have plenty to enjoy! Carrie

Schizostylis coccinea

Pink or red forms

Kaffir lily, at least 3 that will be flowering size.

Pink form also available

Hi Carrie, Just to let you know the items arrived this morning. Lightning speed! Furthermore, they look very very healthy, and already growing well. I am delighted, as I've been looking to obtain a wad of schizostylus a reasonable price for a couple of years now. Jan Foley, Hamilton 2010

Rubus 'Golden Vale'.

Great arching stems with bright yellow leaves. Brightest gold in full sun, nevertheless it brightens up a shady place. Even in the winter when you have the bare white stems arching architecturally

Rubus odoratus

Thimbleberry.

Lovely large leaves on canes to about 5' high.

The best bits for me are the sticky buds…they carry an aromatic resin…a woody and rosey fragrance…heavenly, must go back for more!

Viola cornuta

Horned Violet

The delicately beautiful horned violet. This splendid and robust perennial, flowers near ground level in the open, or will scramble to 30-40cms high in the perennial border. A purple-blue colour.

Viola cornuta f. alba

Horned Violet, white form

Highly desirable, this is the white form of the horned violet. All forms of the horned violet are particularly floriferous and should give colour over six months. Position them where you can have all their faces looking towards the sun, ...and you!

Larger plants at £4 plus actual postage costs

These are so big and heavy, please ring to find out postage cost.

Mirabilis jalapa… not quite hardy treat as dahlia tubers.

Enormous roots of Mirabilis jalapa … not quite hardy treat as dahlia tubers.

Red or white, pot luck. Fantastic scent in the evening, if they could bottle it they'd make a fortune!

Rubus  'Golden Vale'

LARGE ROOT

Great arching stems with bright yellow leaves. Brightest gold in full sun, nevertheless it brightens up a shady place. Even in the winter when you have the bare white stems arching architecturally.

Aquilegias, varied prices....... NONE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

I send out bare-rooted Aquilegia plants Nov-March and mid-June/July. NOTE, I am no longer selling any aquilegia plants as there is downy mildew here at Touchwood.

In winter they are 1 year old seedlings (ready to flower the next season), or 2 year old, already flowered plants.

Prices depend on the size of the plant, whether it has already flowered, and its rarity and desirability eg a £3 blue, already-flowered plant will be far, far larger than a tiddly red-and yellow unflowered seedling at the same price.

Aquilegia pot luck plants

Hi Carrie, I would just like to thank you for speedy delivery of Aquilegias, they arrived 10am the morning after you posted them I left them soak for an hour and they were potted up by 12noon and put in shade as it was very sunny here, I am really pleased with plants thank you very much. Judy Westwood

I have some 'pot luck' lost-label plants! Or self-sown seedlings. They are £1.50 each.
There are also a few larger ones at £2 and £3, and possibly some smaller ones at just £1

ALREADY FLOWERED PLANTS

These flowered last summer so you know what you're getting

Note, the flowers may differ to the photos, they are given for guidance only. For example the colour shades vary and also the type of doubling.
Hopefully these give you a close flavour of what to expect from my descriptions.

Also ring me from June to see what I have that has finished flowering and I can cut it back and bare-root it to send at that time. Even better…visit Touchwood when they are flowering and choose what you want!

Please email me with your phone number, or ring me, listing your preferred colours and types, and I will let you know availability and price-ranges.

Prices £1-£5.50 each depending on size and desirability of plant.

Purples, singles & doubles

Purple & white, singles & doubles

Blues & indigos, singles & doubles

Includes gold leaved indigo double (Roman Bronze type), and variegated leaved indigo doubles (Woodside Blue, Leprechaun Gold etc)

Blues & indigos with white
Singles & doubles

Pink singles, pink doubles

including light pinks and rubies

Pink / ruby and white singles and doubles

Black singles & double

Barlow sorts, including 'tattier' shapes like middle column here

William Guiness
And other black & whites including double forms

White singles and doubles

Long spurred sorts

 

 

 

 

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I just thought I'd drop you a line and express my sincere thanks for your time, courtesy and great products! I received them today, excellently wrapped, obviously taken good care of at 'your end' and they arrived in superb condition. Your voucher was very welcomed (and will indeed be used!) and so too were the instructions. Regards, Stella All plants beautifully growing, they have established in their pots very quickly, obviously from good stock, and the Aquilegia seeds are up, a very successful buy!!

TO ORDER PLANTS AND SEEDLINGS

E-mail me or ring me on 01792 522443  I will check availability before you pay, by cheque or by card via the secure Paypal site.

I promise to lift, bare-root, and pack everything one afternoon, and post them first class so that you should receive it the next morning.
You must promise to pot up that morning…and let me know any days you WON'T be available to receive the postal packet.
Is there anywhere in particular the postman should leave the parcel if you're not there? With less than 24 hours out of their pots, the plants shouldn't even feel it! Everything comes either from my cold (unheated) greenhouse, or outside. Very occasionally I may need to substitute plants if what you ordered isn't found (!). I will phone you if you give your telephone number, and you are in, otherwise I reserve the right to send what I consider to be suitable substitutes (rather than the rest of your order being delayed in its bare-rooted state).

Post & packing (UK) depends on weight and size: £4 for approx up to 6 items, but possibly many more, then 10-30p/item to a maximum 10

Please make cheques payable to Touchwood, with your name and address on the back, and any message for the postman if you're not in.
Thank you ~ Carrie ~    email me your wish list to check availability BEFORE paying

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