Nursery Catalogue

**Mail order is now available**

How to check for availability

Use our Nursery Catalogue to check for availability of plants, select plants and add them to the enquiry list. View your selection and send it to the Nursery. (Plant photos taken at Great Dixter – majority by Carol Casselden).

What happens next

We reply to your list within 3 working days with availability of plants. Then, if you would like to proceed with an order, please contact us by telephone with credit or debit card details. If you do not receive an email from us within a week of making contact, please check your junk email folder before getting in touch.

Mail order delivery

Our delivery service begins again in October 2017. Until this time plants can be ordered in the usual way (as described above) and collected in person. Or, you can visit our nursery without pre-ordering and individually select your plants from what is available on the day.

From October 2017 plants will be sent by Business Post courier on a 72 hour signed delivery. For P&P charges and information on plant availability click here. Collection from the nursery will also be available.

Name Changes in 2018 (most notably Asters)

Where plant names have newly changed they are listed under their new name, with their previous name or synonym listed in parenthesis. Most notably, many plants, but not all, in the Aster family have now been re-classified as Symphyotrichum, Eurybia and Galatella amongst others. Please check the list under these new names to find the plants that you are searching for.

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Fascicularia bicolor

One of the few bromeliads that can be grown as a hardy perennial throughout most of Britain. It makes a domeshaped cushion of spiny-edged, linear foliage in rosettes... More Info »

Fatsia japonica

The boldest hardy foliage shrub with 30cm-wide evergreen palmate leaves. Good in shade. Umbels of white blossom Oct.-Nov. 2.5m. H5.

Ferula communis

Giant fennel. Above a mossy plinth of finely dissected foliage, rises a 3m, branching inflorescence of yellow umbels. A most exciting plant. Not the edible Foeniculum. June. Perennial. H5.

Ferula communis subsp. glauca

Glaucous-leaved version of F. communis 3m. Summer. Perennial. H5.

Ferula tingitana Cedric Morris

A perennial fennel with bright green, shiny leaves. Striking, branched inflorescence of green umbels. June. 1.5m. H5.

Ficus carica Black Ischia

A hardy shrubby fig with dark, almost black very soft-skinned fruit with juicy sweet reddish flesh. Excellent bearer and good for pots. 3m. H4.

Ficus carica Brunswick

Christo’s favourite variety. Plants on sale are propagated from the original stock at Dixter. Relatively hardy and easy to grow with handsome heavily lobed leaves... More Info »

Foeniculum vulgare Purpureum

Ornamental, bronze-leaved version of culinary fennel. Good spring bedding plant as year-old seedlings, with yellow tulips. Summer. Perennial. 2m. H5.

Francoa ramosa

Vigorous with pale green leaves and graceful sprays of pure white flowers. Rather tender but excellent pot plant to stand outside. Late summer 1m. Perennial. H3.

Francoa sonchifolia Rogerson’s Form

Spikes of rich lilac stars, deeper and dwarfer than the pale pink type-plant. Firm crimped, evergreen leaves. Good border perennial. July. 30cm. H4.