Christmas trees:

Nordmann, Fraser and Noble Firs; Blue, Serbian, and Norway Spruces. Heights range from 0.5-1.8 metres. Accompanying festive red pots available. Attractive foliage, good needle retention and that lovely Christmas tree aroma from the Noble, Fraser and Norway varieties.

Noble Fir

Fraser Fir

Blue Spruce

Norway Spruce


Serbian Spruce


Nordmann Fir

Bareroot roses:

David Austin bare root roses available as shown below - Darcey Bussell and Gertrude Jekyll - English roses; Claire Austin and Falstaff - climbers; Paul's Himalayan Musk - rambler.

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Now is the time to start thinking about planting trees - between October and April is the best time. There is a great range to choose from including ornamental Acers.



It's also fruit tree planting season. Apples are the easiest and most popular, however why not also consider cherry, mirabelle, plum, quince and damson from our collection. A variety of berry and currant trees are also available.

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Autumn Bedding:

We have a variety of bedding plants in stock to give your garden a flash of colour during autumn and winter - Cyclamen, Ornamental Kale, Violas and Pansies, Primroses and Polyanthus, Bellis and Cineraria Silver Dust.


Christmas Rose:

Also known as Hellebore or Lenten Rose. An elegant plant providing winter colour.


Winter Fuels:

Keep warm with our logs, Verdo briquettes and burning peat. Delivery available - free within 5 miles, charges apply thereafter.

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Opening Times

Opening days and hours:-

Monday to Saturday 0800 - 1600

Sunday 1000 - 1600

For those who can't visit we are happy to send plants by mail.

For further information

01463 741698 or 01463 741365


From Inverness you head west on the A862 then take the A833 to Kiltarlity.

Once through the Village just follow the signs for 'Garden Centre'.