Here at Parkhall, we pride ourselves on the quality, value and variety of plants we have to offer. From rare shrubs and trees to our huge range of home-grown bedding, you're sure to find the perfect plants for your garden.
HOME GROWN SPECIMEN SHRUBS
We actively grow and produce a wide range of larger, more mature shrubs and conifers for those customers who desire a more instant effect or require screening for privacy. Because these are grown on site rather than bought in they represent great value for money.
ORNAMENTAL & NATIVE TREES
We display one of the largest selections of trees, native and ornamental ranging from 2-6m in height, perfect for instant screening at an affordable price.
HOME GROWN BEDDING
We grow 99% of all our bedding, up to 50,000 plants per year, including a wide range of basket plants, six pack bedding for mass displays and larger Geranium and Begonia plants. In autumn we move on to hardy Primula, Pansy and Viola plants. Again, because these are grown on site these will always be much better value than garden centres who buy in all their stock.
We sell a wide range of smaller shrubs fully container grown in 1-3 litre pots. These include evergreen and deciduous shrubs, perennials, roses, conifers, climbers, grasses and ground covering plants. This is a great place to start planning your borders if you are new to gardening.
We display a wide range of fruit trees, either as small quarter standards or taller trees 2-3m. These include apples, pears, cherry and plum trees.
HEDGING & SCREENING PLANTS
We actively stock a wide range of hedging suitable shrubs throughout the year, from slow growing Buxus through to vigorous Cupressocyparis Lleylandii. Laurel and bare rooted native hedging is available to order in autumn, along with many varieties of native and ornamental trees.
Topiary plants are very popular, as ball, cone or standards in many varieties, predominantly Buxus but occasionally Ilex, Euonymus and Taxus.
These we sell as single or six pack in a very wide selection, all hardy as rockery alpines, sedums and sempervirens.