Plants at Quercus
The plants we grow at Quercus have to be tough to cope with our position on the side of a hill at 850 feet. This means if they grow with us, they should grow with you. We grow a wide of range of perennials that will cope with many aspects and soil conditions, particularly those of central Scotland which tends to be clay. We aim to provide tough and interesting plants for Scottish gardens.
So if you have an exposed garden on difficult soil we are the place to come for plants and advice. I have over 15 years of experience gardening and growing plants in exposed, windy conditions on clay. I call it gardening on the edge.
The style of plant is important too, plants that have texture, that look good in large swathes, knitted together with grasses to form a tapestry of colour and movement. Plants that will stand up by themselves and not need support, that have a long season of interest, from colourful or interesting foliage, to flowers, to seed heads through autumn and into winter.
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Our plant list plant list on the website includes plants we generally have in stock, but it is advisable to contact the nursery just to make sure before you plan a trip if you a looking for a particular plant. We also have many more plants that we have limited numbers available, so again, if you are looking for something in particular, get in touch. Over time we will add a database on the website that you can search with pricing and availability.
We are adding new plants to our collection all the time, so look out for new additions through the year.
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