(Formerly Marston Exotics)
Welcome to our Carnivorous Plant website 2022.
Lets hope this year gets us back to normality!
As you may know the National Collection that I have maintained for the last 25 years, has now moved to Farmyard Nurseries near Carmarthen, South Wales. Richard Bramley the propreitor is very experienced and keen to continue to promote the collection and intrest in Carnivorous Plants generally.
Although our nursery has downsized, Jackie and I are very keen to grow good quality divided and grown on plants from our own collection.
We offer a good range of 1 litre (4/5 year old) plants, aswell as 3 & 5 litre specimens in sarracenis, see our sales page for details.
We have always promoted Adrian Slacks hybrid Sarracenia since 1987 as he was the father of Carnivorous Plants in the UK.
Other insect eating stock for sale are listed, they are excellent fly catchers, some are very colourful ideal for windows and consevatories. We also offer compost, seeds and books on how to grow.
We welcome you all to visit us during the season. Please give us a ring in advance to let us know you are comming (01981 251659).
Thank you to all our customers who have supported us over the years and welcome all new customers to 2021!
If you need information email us at email@example.com or phone 01981 251659
Apart from our collection we have displays in our bog garden & sink gardens for you to see and photogragh.
We will be having 2 'Open Weekends' this year..
Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th May 10-4
Saturday 30th July & Sunday 31st July 10-4
All are welcome with food and drink provided throughout the days, and some great discount on plants too.
Please note that we can no longer accept card payments on site anymore, but PayPal is welcome.
Mail-order is a great way to buy out mature plants, we send out to UK only from March to October.
We accept cheques and PayPal, just email me with your wants.
P&P is £10 per order and free with orders over £100.
We grow all our plants on site here in Hereford.
Kindest Regards. Paul & Jackie Gardner.
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