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Hi Colin
 
Thank you for the prompt service, the plant and fungi arrived safe and sound today and the plant  is in the ground.
 
Thank you Colin I hope we can do busines again sometime.
 
Kind regards
 
Betty  

Welcome to Swinesmeadow Farm Nursery - Rare Plants and Shrubs


With over 10 years in business Swines Meadow Farm Nursery has grown into one of the UK's most specialised growers of Exotic and Rare Plants.

We are busy working on Nursery/Plant fairs especially during Spring/Summer so website may not be up to date. Plants may be sold out. Also some plants may not be on website due to scarcity low numbers. If you are looking for certain plants get in touch with us we may have them or be able to source them.

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ALPINES
ALPINESAlpine plants are plants whose natural habitat is mountain slopes, above the tree line approaching the line of perpetual snow. One of the most famous European Alpine flowers is the Leontopodium alpinum, also known as Edelweiss.
BAMBOO
BAMBOOBamboo are a group of perennial evergreen (except for certain temperate species) plants in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae. Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family.
CLIMBERS
CLIMBERSClimbing plants have always successfully competed for space and light in a competitive environment; hence they are ideal for today's contemporary gardens where space can be at a premium. They can work with other plants and offer opportunities for display without compromising on space.
DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANTS
DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANTSDrought tolerant plants are plants that can sustain significant periods of drought without suffering undue harm. However, even drought tolerant plants will need watering after planting until their root systems become fully established.
FERNS
FERNSMost outdoor ferns are resilient and can be happily planted in many awkward spots in a garden; dark corners, on banks, under trees, cracks in walls, paving, or damp woodland spaces. An assumption often made, is all ferns need wet/boggy soils to succeed; there are those that will perform well in those conditions, but many of the species described actually require well-drained positions.
GRASSES
GRASSESGrasses are a most useful addition to all garden and landscape plantings. The grass family has representatives from around the globe, from New Zealand, Mexico and South America to North America, Asia, Africa and Europe. These versatile plants offer great variety in colour and texture throughout the seasons.
HARDY EXOTICS
HARDY EXOTICShardy exotics
HERBS
HERBSherbs
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MOISTURE LOVERS
MOISTURE LOVERSGreat plants for Wet gardens. Below you will find moisture loving garden plants, shrubs, herbaceous perennials and grasses.
PERENNIALS
PERENNIALSHerbaceous perennials are no longer restricted to a specific border or bed, but are used in a range of situations where colour, ground cover, drought resistance or an ability to cope with moist or boggy situation are required.
RARE PLANTS
RARE PLANTSrare plants
SEMI HARDY PLANTS
SEMI HARDY PLANTSsemi hardy plants
SHADE PLANTS
SHADE PLANTSSuccess with shade gardening is more a question of attitude then anything else. Don’t moan over what you can’t grow, learn to rejoice over what you can grow. You’ll discover there are hundreds of beautiful plants that ask for nothing more than a shady nook in which to thrive.
SHRUBS
SHRUBSShrubs have many uses in the garden and landscape planting and are often used to divide a garden and act as a background for other plants. Many shrubs can be trained as wall shrubs, providing a more substantial plant than a climber, or with a bit of artistic flair to form topiary.
SUNDRIES
SUNDRIESFertiliser and various other items to help you give you plants optimum growing conditions.
TENDER PLANTS
TENDER PLANTS
TREES
TREEStrees

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