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  • Competition prize to win a £50 voucher

    By entering our prize draw you could win a £50 voucher to be spent at Ashridge Nurseries. All you need to do is enter the draw when a pop-up appears on this page and we will notify the winner before Valentine's Day 2020. Competition Terms & Conditions Entrants must be...
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  • Draw to win a FREE Christmas Tree

    We recently ran a prize draw to win a free Christmas tree. The winner was Ruth Harries from Pontwelly in Wales, and we'll be delivering her Christmas tree in December. We wanted to offer the thousands of people that entered the chance to win another Christmas tree, here's how: All...
  • UK Grown Plants

    Many of our customers ask us whether our plants are grown in the UK. Ashridge Nurseries can say that "by number of different species of plant sold - the vast majority are UK grown". In terms of a percentage - 90% are UK grown. We have several production nurseries in...
  • Bulbs, bulbs, beautiful bulbs

    Personally I love daffodils and narcissi, and as William Wordsworth waxed lyrical on the beauty of them, whilst in a pensive moment and enjoying the tranquility of them dancing in the breeze, here is his poem: I wandered lonely as a cloud, That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all...
  • Frequently Asked Questions at Ashridge Nurseries

      We get many people enquiring about specific things at certain times of the year, and here are some of the most frequent ones and some helpful answers:   Question 1:   When will my order be delivered? Answer: Current deliveries for bare root plants should arrive by mid-November depending on what...
  • Winter 2016 Photo Competition

    Our Winter 2016 photo competition is now open for entries! Enter today for a chance to win £100 in Ashridge Nurseries Gift vouchers! Fancy bagging yourself £100 in vouchers to spend with us? Well you're in luck as we are giving away £200 in vouchers, £100 to one lucky winner each...
  • December deadlines

    We put wrapping up presents pretty far down the list of essential things to do in December, or at least in daylight hours. It is far more important to keep staggering into the garden and the December focus might well be on fruit trees, and by this we mean fruits...
  • Looking good now and for all four seasons. Really?

    If you want a wisp of spring to hang onto at this time of year then invest in a winter flowering cherry tree (Prunus x subhirtella 'Autumnalis').  A slip of a thing, this tree is slender and slightly twiggy. Although it can grow up to 7 metres it rarely does...
  • Baying at the moon...

    Leaving the flowery lot to wax poetical about their roses and those super-full moon watchers to their nighttime vigils, the more Vorsprung Durch Technik of you may be pining after structure, clean lines, verticals and such like. The punctuation marks of this particular gardening grammar are shapely or evenly shaped...

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