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Re: News from Ardfearn Nursery
« Reply #15 on: March 14, 2020, 05:41:17 PM »
They will be missed but they need to put themselves and their parents first.

Angie  :)
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Re: News from Ardfearn Nursery
« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2020, 04:25:12 PM »
Ardfearn making a hard - but sensible decision- please support them! www.ardfearn-nursery.co.uk
18th March 2020

NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS WISHING TO VISIT ARDFEARN

To all our dear customers,
We have made the very hard decision to close the nursery to all visitors from today.
Our online catalogue remains active - we have previously concentrated on listing our huge range of alpines for mail order, but during the next few days we shall add our wonderful shrubs, perennials and trees.
Local customers are more than welcome to place an order - we will gather in your plants and leave in our car park for collection. Payments can easily be made over the phone before collection.
We realise many of our customers value the expert advice from Alasdair - please feel free to give us a phone, or email, for ideas, tips and any guidance!
Our normal mail order service continues as normal, shipping to UK and EU.

We realise that this change will be disappointing for many of our dear customers, especially at this time of year. But we have three elderly parents living on the nursery with us, and we are taking every precaution we can in an attempt to keep them safe.

Thank you for your understanding.

Alasdair and Sarah
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Re: News from Ardfearn Nursery
« Reply #17 on: March 12, 2021, 07:17:51 PM »
Update from Sarah at Ardfearn :

 "Hello from  Ardfearn Nursery - hope all is well you folks?!
Hope its ok to share our current availability list of ericaceous alpines and plants - I've been desperately trying to update stock levels on our online catalogue but home-schooling keeps getting in the way! 🙁
Numbers are limited so we thought a wee heads-up to folks on here may be useful...
If anything catches your eye, please drop us a note to ardfearn@gmail.com
(Fingers crossed, these should all be up on website over the weekend) "


Andromeda polifolia 'Kiri-kamine'



Cassiope 'Muirhead'



Cassiope wardii



Empetrum nigrum 'Bernstein'
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Re: News from Ardfearn Nursery
« Reply #18 on: March 12, 2021, 07:19:42 PM »
More  from Sarah.....

Ardfearn Nursery
Ericaceae List -8cm pots

March 2021

Andromeda kiri kamine
Andromeda macrophylla
Andromeda polifolia ‘Blue Ice’
Andromeda polifolia ‘Alba’
Andromeda shibitsu
Arctostaphylos ‘Uva-ursi’
Bruckenthalia spiculifolia
Bryanthus gmellinii
Cassiope ‘Askival’
Cassiope ‘Badenoch’
Cassiope ‘Edinburgh’
Cassiope ‘Muirhead’
Cassiope ‘Randle Cook’
Cassiope lycopodiodes
Cassiope lycopodiodes ‘Suzuki’
Cassiope lycopodiodes gracilis
Cassiope mertensiana
Cassiope mertensiana ‘Californica’
Cassiope tetragona
Cassiope wardii
Empetrum nigrum
Empetrum nigrum ‘Bernstein’
Empetrum rubrum
Epacris palludosa
Epacris petrophylla
Gaultheria ‘Pearls’
Gaultheria nana
Gaultheria sinensis
Gaultheria tricophylla
Harimenella stelleriana
Leucopogens fraseri
Leucopogons suaveolens
Myrtus numularifolia
Pernettya sp. White fruits
Pernettya nana
Pernettya black fruits
Phylliopsis hillieri
Phylliopsis ‘Askival’
Phylliopsis ‘Copelia’
Phylliopsis ‘Haytor’
Phylliopsis ‘Hobgoblin’
Phylliopsis ‘Mermaid’
Phylliopsis ‘Puck’
Phyllodoce brewerii
Phyllodoce coerulea Murray Lyon form
Phyllodoce intermedia x drummondii
Rhododendron lepidotum (yellow form)?
Vaccinium delavayi
Vaccinium macrocarpum ‘Hamilton’
Vaccinium mortina
Vaccinium moupinense
Vaccinium numulariforia
Vaccinium praestans
Vaccinium sikkimensis
Vacciunium vitis ‘Idaea Minor’


Pernettya sp. Black Fruits maybe prostrata pentlandica


Vaccinium vitis 'Idaea Minor'

Margaret Young in Aberdeen, North East Scotland Zone 7 -ish!

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Re: News from Ardfearn Nursery
« Reply #19 on: March 12, 2021, 10:24:19 PM »
I have been a customer of Ardfearn since just after the nursery opened. I have now moved to Scotland but have not yet managed to find a property with a good sized garden. I hope I can soon and spend time planting alpines again. Ardfearn will be my first choice for well grown plants.

 


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