Glendoick Mail order and collecton for open ground rhododendrons and woodland plants operates from October to March when plants are dormant.
Please note that this is NOT Glendoick Garden centre and is run separately on a different site.
The new stock listing is now live and you can order now for Autumn 2020 or Spring 2021 delivery ( or collection). The minimum order size has been reduced for this season.
Mail order minimum
£400 ex vat October and March
£200 ex vat November to February. We deliver to UK & Europe.
We do not deliver to Asia or N America.
To place an order please visit our webshop.
Orders for Collection from the nursery (min £50 ex vat) October to end of March. If you need plants outside this period you may be be able to get them at the garden centre. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You can pre-order/reserve plants for collection from October 2020. Please allow at least 1 week for us to assemble orders for collection on a specific date.
Group Orders. We often deliver plants to groups of gardeners, rhododendron societies who wish to club together to place orders, invoiced to and delivered to one address. With group orders the individual customer name can be used on the labels to make sorting easier and we can also provide an invoice broken down by customer. We just ask that the invoice is paid as a whole.
Postage and packing
Starting at £18 per box ex VAT for up to 30 kilos (UK mainland). 30 kilos allows 10-30 plants depending on the size. There are surcharges for Highland and Island delivery and N. Ireland.
Small orders for Collection
If you only require 1-2 plants please e mail the garden centre. If the plants are in containers, they can assemble them for collection at any time of year.
The garden centre is open 7 days a week. E mail email@example.com
with your requirements. Please note that the garden centre does not carry the full nursery range and some items sell out.
Glendoick Open Ground Production: bare root stock.
Glendoick is unusual for the UK in that we have resisted the temptation to change from field to container production of rhododendrons. Bucking the current trend to grow everything in containers, we still grow more than 80% of rhododendrons and azaleas outside in nursery beds where they form large and vigorous root systems and good plant habit. We are convinced that better and more easily-established plants are produced by open ground production methods and many species cannot be produced in containers at all. We only sell plants mail order when dormant. October to end of March.