Free delivery is available on selected orders – please see full list of conditions below

We have a minimum order value of £150 worth of plants for deliveries (excluding VAT). Orders under £150 must be collected from our nursery in Holmeswood, Lancashire. Free delivery starts from £300+*

*Free delivery is available to the majority of UK postcodes on orders above £300 (excluding VAT).  If your postcode falls outside of the free delivery zone, a subsidised delivery surcharge of up to £40* will be applied. If your order is below £300 but above £150 a subsidised delivery surcharge of up to £70* will be applied. Please see the ‘Shipping’ table below for details.

All orders are dispatched and delivered via independent pallet couriers. We do our utmost to subsidise these charges to keep the cost low and are even able to offer free delivery to many of our customers.  However, delivery surcharges do apply on lower value orders, certain postcode areas and next-day or weekend deliveries. *

* Charges are based on our standard 2-3 day delivery service – a further surcharge will apply for next day or weekend delivery, please contact us for prices for Next Day, AM, PM or Timed deliveries. 


We deliver our hedging plants to most of the UK. Deliveries are usually dispatched within 2 working days of receiving an order and cleared payment. Deliveries of plants are Monday to Friday, we do not generally deliver over weekends.

Pallet Courier service

Deliveries of hedging plants are sent via a Pallet Network Courier. Standard delivery is a 2-3 working day service sometimes longer to remote parts of the UK. If you require a next working day delivery this can be arranged for an additional cost. The plants are carefully packed onto pallets and will arrive on a small to medium sized lorry with a tail lift. The driver will unload the plants using the tail lift and a pallet truck.

Pallet deliveries are usually to a kerbside location. Pallets of plants can be very heavy (up to a metric tonne) and the driver can only manoeuvre the pallet using a pallet truck. This can only be done where there is hard standing and cannot be done on gravel or grass or up steep slopes.

Sometimes we encounter problems with deliveries of pallets via lorry and this is usually due to access restrictions, overhanging branches on the approach to a property, Narrow roads and low bridges can also cause problems. If you think there could be a problem due to access etc. or have any concerns about accommodating such a vehicle, please contact us to discuss prior to ordering.