Bare root Raspberries Canes
Bare-root plants are grown in fields and dug up whilst in a dormant state in November for distribution. They are called bare-roots as they don't have any soil attached unlike a plant that is grown from a seedling in a pot which produces a root-ball.
From November to End of April you can plant bare-root hedges, trees - fruit and ornamental, roses, fruit bushes like blueberry, raspberry, gooseberry, blackcurrent, blackberry and many more.
The benefits of a bare-root firstly is the cost, they are half the price compared to a potted plant. This is the reason why many gardeners and landscapers will plant hedges during the winter. Another benefit is that a bare-root plant can be temporarily heeled into a spare piece of ground then lifted in spring to be planted in its permanent place. This gives you time to figure out where you would like the plant grow.
Seed Potatoes *2020 sold out*
White Skin and white Flesh
Salad and boiling
Red Duke of York
Red skins and yellow flesh
Boiling, Baking, Roasting and chipping
A great potato for boiling, salad and chipping.
Good resistance to foliage and tuber blight.
Salad, Boiling and Mashing
Good resistance to skin disease
Salad, Boiling, Mashing and Baking
Firm yellow flesh
Boiling, Baking, Roasting, Mashing and Chipping
Small potatoes ideal for salad.
Steaming and Mashing
Winter Flowering Plants
Crocus in a Basket
Bergenia Autumn Magic
Primula Balarina 'Lovely Lilac'
Helleborus Pink Lady
Winter Flowering Primula
Hamamelis int. Jalena
Evergreen Winter Planters
- Complete Seed Mix
- No Mess Mix
- Nyjer Seeds
- Sunflower Hearts
- Sunflower Seeds
- Daily Goodness Nuggets
- Suet Filled Pine Cones
- Seed & Insect Suet Rolls
- Half Filled Coconuts
Firewood & Burning Peat
Megatherm 8 Beech Logs 12.5kg
£6.99 each - 3 Bags for £18
We are open 7 days again but under strict coronavirus rules, there is a one-way system operating and one person at a time at the till and we do ask that you keep strictly to the 2 metre social distancing rules for the sake of our staff and other customers. Please use the hand sanitizer when you enter the garden centre. We are continuing meantime with free local deliveries for those who would rather stay at home and we would like to thank you all for your tremendous support through these difficult times
When leaving an order by email or on our social media outlets, please include a phone number so we can contact you to arrange payment, (please be aware that demand has been very high and some stocks are low so it is better if you can phone to discuss your requirements)
Open Monday to Saturday 9.00am to 5pm and from 10.00am to 5.00pm on Sunday
For those who can't visit we are happy to send plants by mail or carrier,
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'.