WELCOME

COVID 19 UPDATE

WE WILL BE SELLING OUR HOME GROWN CHRISTMAS TREES AS USUAL THIS YEAR, FROM SATURDAY 28TH NOVEMBER. NO NEED TO PRE ORDER. CASH OR DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED. EVERYTHING IS OUTSIDE WITH PLENTY OF SPACE FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING. 

PLEASE ORDER FRUIT TREES VIA PHONE OR EMAIL AS USUAL. ORDERS CAN THEN BE PRE-PAID VIA BACS OR DEBIT CARD OVER THE PHONE, OR CASH/CARD ON COLLECTION, ON A PRE ARRANGED DAY AND TIME.

PLEASE RESPECT SOCIAL DISTANCING, HAND SANITISER WILL BE AVAILABLE.

PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE NURSERY IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL, HAVE A TEMPERATURE, OR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH SOMEONE WHO IS UNWELL.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING

We are a small nursery growing and selling traditional and rare varieties of fruit trees. We have been working closely with the Gloucestershire Orchard Trust and are currently propagating old rare apple, pear and plum varieties originating from the Gloucestershire area, some of which have never been commercially available before.  We are excited about this and are looking forward to seeing these old varieties back in orchards and gardens across the county and beyond, in the coming years. All trees that we grow are field grown and so are sold bare rooted, the bare root season runs from late November to the end of March.

Please feel free to phone or email anytime during the year as early ordering is advisable. We regret we cannot offer a delivery service so all trees need to be collected from the nursery. Trees ordered pre-season must be collected by the end of January, all other orders should be collected within one month. Collection by appointment only.

Also fresh, home grown, cut and rooted Christmas trees sold at the farm gate. We now have a netting machine!! From Saturday 28th November 2020

You can find us here. Just South/West of the cross roads in Rockhampton.

We are now able to take debit and credit card payments, If you would like to pay by credit card, a 2% fee will be added to your invoice

Regards Rob Watkins.                                           Last Updated 24th November 2020

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