Over 300 varieties of shrubs to choose from.
We have over 500 varieties of Perennials to choose from.
A rose for every occasion.....


As it becomes cooler and the leaves are falling, regularly rake lawns and paths. Protect tender plants from frost, gales and freezing rains. Move plants into a sheltered area or wrap in situ. Remember winter can be a tough time for birds in terms of water and food, so keep supplies well topped up. Plant up containers with winter bedding such as pansies, violas and polyanthus, adding evergreens and spring bulbs.

Plan for next year too, think about which seeds you will be planting, the new stock is due in very soon. 

Wear it Pink.....

wear it pink



May we once again thank everyone who took part in baking cakes, donating raffle prizes and raising money for Wear it Pink.

We raised the grand sum of £481.30!!



betula costata daleside

Be it rural or urban, trees are an indispensable part of our landscape. They provide shade and shelter from the elements. Their wood gives us a useful and often beautiful material for industry and in our homes. However, it’s when we bring trees into our gardens and get up close and personal that their beauty becomes even more apparent. Flowers, foliage, bark and berries are key elements most of us look for when designing our gardens. Today there are such a range and diversity of trees that it possible to have all these elements in even the smallest of gardens. Sorbus (Mountain Ash), Malus (Crab Apple) and Amelanchier (Snowy Mespilus) are just three star performers for smaller the garden, each with more than one string to their bow and rewarding our efforts with interest from spring though to early winter. More information about our trees can be found on our Tree Availability page.


        Plan it.....Plant it..... - Extend the season and carry on gardening throughout the Autumn whilst planning for Spring. Cooler days and warm soil make autumn the best time to plant most trees and shrubs. A really useful fact sheet on how to plant trees and shrubs is available

Fruit Trees.....james grieve

Fruit trees grown in the garden yield rewards throughout the year. Their flowers are often one of the first signs that spring has well and truly arrived and the dark winter days are behind us. Many fruit trees, such as Apples, Pears and Cherries are more than a match for any ornamental flowering tree. Then of course there’s the fruit. Picking an apple fresh from the tree has to be one of autumn’s greatest pleasures. There is a staggeringly wide selection of fruit trees to grow in your garden, from the humble Apple or Pear to the more exotic looking Mulberry, Medlar and Quince. You don’t need to own a large orchard to grow fruit trees. Thanks to the dwarfing root stocks many fruit trees are grafted onto and the wide range of styles such as bush, fan-trained, step-over, cordon or espalier, even the smallest of gardens will be able to accommodate at least one. Our Autumn Fruit Tree List is now available.

If you still have doubts about growing fruit trees in your garden you can of course talk to us. Alternatively, we can recommend The Fruit Tree Expert by Dr D. G. Hessayon as an excellent, no nonsense bed-time read.

Core Blimey - (Eating) Wonderfully aromatic, juicy and crisp. Disease resistant.
      Conference (Pear) - Long, pale green fruit, with patches of russet. Excellent flavour. Partially self fertile.
      Morello (Cherry) - Large, dark red fruit with a bitter-sweet flavour.

Bare rooted Roses.....

flower carpet gold        

For the rose enthusiast, the availability list has been updated to show the bare-rooted stock which are now in stock.

Flower Carpet Gold (Ground Cover) Deep yellow slightly scented flowers. REPEAT FLOWERING. Blackspot and mildew resistence. Ideal for ground cover.  

HEIGHT: 80cm


Raspberry Canes.....

autumn bliss        

NOW IN STOCK13 varieties of Raspberry canes to choose from this year. Available in pots of 10.


Autumn Bliss (Autumn Fruiting) Excellent quality fruits, heavy cropping and self supporting, produced August-November. Prune early March.





Our HOME GROWN poinsettias are looking good and healthy. They are showing a lot of colour now and are ready for purchase. We have 13 varieties to choose from this year.


Poinsettia - Primero Red Glitter


Harvington Hellebores.....


A wonderful selection of Harvington Hellebores bred in the Vale of Evesham by Hugh Nunn are now in stock. Varieties include single and double varieties. We also stock a good range of Hardy Ferns, ideal companions for planting with the Hellebores.

Helleborus niger (Christmas Rose) - Nodding white flowers, often faintly tinged with pink on the outside from January to March. HEIGHT: 30cm


Spring Flowering Bulbs.....


Its not too late to plant Spring Flowering Bulbs, we have still got a good selection of Spring-flowering bulbs in stock and although we like to keep the traditional favourites, we always add many NEW and interesting varieties. 


Bluebells (Hyacinth Non Scripta)


Jobs for.....November

  • Raise containers onto pot feet to prevent waterlogging.
  • Clear up fallen leaves - especially from lawns, ponds and beds.
  • Plant out winter bedding.
  • Insulate outdoor containers from frost. Bubblewrap works well.
  • Stop winter moth damage to fruit trees by using grease bands around the trunks.
  • Put out bird food to encourage winter birds into the garden.
For a more extensive list of gardening advice, have a look at the Daleside Garden Calendar for hints and tips, on what you could be doing in the garden at this time of year.  We regularly update the calendar with details of activities for the coming months.
Availability Lists - Regularly updated lists showing all the plants & trees we have in stock.
It is well worth viewing our online Gallery, for anyone who appreciates the beauty of plants and flowers. All the photographs are taken by our in-house photographer and are available to purchase.

Product Availability Lists

Garden Tip

Plant Soft Cane Fruits, more tips?


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