Ordering Bareroot Plants
Update 23rd June 2020
The bare root season is from November to early April.
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What is a Bareroot?
Bareroot plants are simply field grown plants which are lifted, transported and transplanted during the dormant season, November to early April.
Most of our Common & Native trees are supplied as Bareroot as well as the majority of Fruit Trees and Bushes, Roses and a lot of our Hedging but we do supply a good range of potted plants for year round planting.
For information on bareroot plants click HERE
When can I plant Bareroot plants?
You can plant Bareroot plants during the dormant season - November to March. Avoid planting into waterlogged or frozen ground.
Can I order Bareroot Plants outside of these Months?
Bareroot plants can be ordered online from early October & they will be shipped when they are ready to move in November through till early April.