Ashridge Nurseries is working as normal and the despatching of bareroot plants is underway. 

You can see Current Delivery Information Here. We are now taking orders for delivery in January 2021.


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Mothers day Rose Offer

The weather over the last couple of months has been dreadful , certainly not ideal for planting: both in terms of the ground being waterlogged and hard to work (or underwater) and having the desire to actually plant anything in those conditions.

The good news is that it's not too late to plant hedging and you can order bareroot plants from us until early May. To help we've got guides on how to choose the right hedging for your garden and videos on how to plant them as well.

As it's Mothers day on the 30th March you might want to look at our collection of roses or fruit trees as a present.

Well done to everyone that got the right answer on when to prune midwinter fire (in the spring is the short answer) and congratulations to [insert name] for winning a pair of tickets to the RHS show in Cardiff. Don't worry though if you didn't win there's more tickets to come.

There is also Free PP this weekend on all orders so have a look.

FREE P&P all this weekend


Use code FREEPP at the checkout

Bee Watch March 2014

This is the second instalment from Stewart Goulds well received Bee blogs.

We had a great response to the first one. Here Stewart talks about pollination research from Reading University and the affect the weather is having.


Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival

This month is the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival, here we talk about the significance of the Cherry Tree

We also look at at the Japanese festival off Hanami

More than 40 Cherry Blossom Trees in stock!




Win a pair of RHS flower show tickets!

In the first of a series of RHS show ticket giveaways we have a pair of tickets to the RHS flower show in Cardiff on the 11th-13th April.

To enter email with the answer to the following question:

In this months blog Julian talks about Midwinter Fire but when is the best time to prune it?



"Setting fire to the rain!"

Daniel Coombes talks about Salix alba Chermesina, which thrives in the wet weather and adds a welcome dash of colour!

We've got Red Willow in stock.



Orchard Pig: Winners!

We had a great response to the competition but there could only be three winners....

Well done to David, Liz and Jen who get a case of Truffler, Reveller and Charmer respectively.

You can check out Orchard Pigs full range here



Winter and Spring Photo Competition

It's been an odd winter and spring and having a winter competition didn't seem to make a lot of sense as there hasn't been a lot of dramatic winter weather about.

So, this next photo competition is about plants in water, which seems more appropriate.

Full competition details are here


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