Welcome to Pheasant Acre Plants UK
Pheasant Acre Plants is an established family business operating from nursery premises near Bridgend in South Wales. We specialise in the supply of Gladioli corms, Dahlia tubers and plants and bulbs for all seasons and have received Gold Medal Awards for our produce at leading RHS and regional flower shows including the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. We sell our produce at the shows and take orders via our website for delivery direct to customers by mail.
If you wish to see our products on display come to one of the seasonal shows where we exhibit and have a look at a medal-winning display of our plants in full flower. We are always pleased to see our customers in person and to advise on their particular needs.
We supply premium quality corms, bulbs, tubers and plants to gardeners and to exhibitors from our gold medal-winning collections.
Our gladioli corms are all of top quality and optimum size and are all sold in packets of 10. They are available for delivery from February until May for Spring planting.
We supply dahlias as tubers available from January and as plants (grown in 10 cm pots) from April.
Our bulbs for Autumn planting, Alliums, Tulips, Narcissi, Hippeastrum, and Fritillaria are available from September until November.
Customers wanting specific varieties of our produce are advised to pre-order in good time to ensure their availability.
Orders for Gladiolus CORMS are being dispatched NOW
Our single standard charge for postage and packaging [£6.50] applies for all shipments to the UK mainland. Please note that for orders that involve more than one shipment because they have to be sent in different packaging or at different times (such as for a combined order for gladioli corms and dahlia plants) there will be a p&p charge for each consignment.
To view our produce or to order just click on the category and then on to the product heading where greater detail is given, larger images may be viewed, and the item may be added to your shopping cart.
Best wishes for a successful 2018 growing season.