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Nursery News

  • Rootballed Hedge plants in stock!

    High quality rootballed hedge plants are available from November to March.

    Field grown and pruned so they make bushy plants, we have two evergreen species that make great clipped hedges.

    Yew and Thuja Rootballed hedge plants

     

    Taxus - yew - a traditional hedge plant ideal on lighter soils; for topiary and as a background to herbaceous borders.

    Thuja - western red cedar - ideal for heavier soils than Yew can tolerate, can be clipped hard and regrows well.

     

  • Early autumn colour

    It's a great time of year - early autumn brings fruit, berries and foliage colour. In the nursery at the moment, crab apples look stunning - this year we have a new variety in stock called Malus Jelly King - obviously a great choice to make crab apple jelly with!

    Acers have begun to show their autumn colour too,  both the Japanese Acer palmatums as well as the larger Acer rubrum varieties such as October Glory.

    Autumn has begun with the promise of lots more interest in the months to come.

     

  • Sussex Heritage Trust Award

    Highly CommendedWe are very pleased to announce that our customer service building has won a 'Highly Commended' in the Sussex Heritage Trust Awards commercial category entered by English Heritage Buildings.

    The competition was high so this is great news! The judge's comments were “A simple design, well executed in a delightful working environment.  An impressive modern building constructed from oak and slate.”

    We have had very positive feedback so far from customers and staff alike, so well done to English Heritage Buildings.

  • Closed Bank Holiday

    We are closed Bank  Holiday Monday 1st May - we hope you enjoy the weekend! Open again 8 am Tuesday as usual.

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  • Aromatic plants

    Aromatic plants now in stock:  English Lavender Vera and Munstead, Rosemary officinialis and mixed Thymes.

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    Also just arrived in the nursery Apricot 'Aprigold' bushes.

  • Easter Opening Times

    We are closed Good Friday

    Open 8am-4.00pm Easter Saturday

    Closed Easter Monday

    Open as usual 8am Tuesday 18th April

    Happy Easter!

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  • Early flowering ornamental cherries

    We have recently had some warm, wet and cold days all in quick succession  but it is officially spring!

    At the end of the winter early flowering cherry trees are especially welcome. Some of the best include Prunus Okame, Prunus cerasifera nigra and Prunus blireana, next comes Prunus Accolade. The autumn flowering cherry 'Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis' flowers in spring too. There is a cherry tree for every garden - and patio!

     

     

     

     

  • Cold conditions today

    Just a dusting of snow here today but very icy conditions, so take care everyone! We are delivering as normal.

    Icy tree nursery Nursery January 2017
  • Happy New Year

    We hope you had a wonderful Christmas break and wish you a happy and healthy new year.

    The middle of the winter is an ideal time for planting - trees and shrubs are dormant and that means less stress when transplanting - as long as soil conditions are suitable (not waterlogged or frozen). So we are busy packing bare-root plants for despatch while container grown trees and shrubs are due in stock from the growers throughout the month.

    As always we are very happy to discuss your requirements and wish you a successful year in the garden and landscaping!

  • Seasons Greetings and open times

    The whole team at English Woodlands would like to wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas.

    English Woodlands 2016

    Thank you for your custom during 2016 and

    we wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year

    We close at 5pm on Friday 23rd December and re-open on Tuesday 3rd January

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