Bare-root trees and hedging are now available and will be till the end of March. But don't put off your planting - the earlier you plant, the fewer problems you will have with establishment. Click here to find variety lists and prices.
A lovely range of hybrid teas, floribundas, climbers and some
David Austin varieties as well. Click below to download a price list.
A great time was had by all. We were blessed with good weather, despite the forecast. Only once did people take shelter in the tunnels. Macmillan Coffee Morning raised over £1200 on the Friday, which we think is a record for our Open Days; on Saturday, over £500 was raised for Chapmanslade Church. So thank you to everyone for drinking tea and coffee and eating so much cake - and all the extra donations too - it's hugely appreciated by all those involved.
Cornus Midwinter Fire - one of the most beautiful of the dogwoods at this time of year and then on through the winter months.
Some of the many specimen shrubs grown on the wholesale nursery.
Craig Morris has worked at Barters for over 25 years and is a very keen and gifted photographer. Most of the pictures on this website are his. To see more of his work and to see the beauty of Barters' plants at their best, click here. He's also been known to turn his hand as a wedding photgrapher when pressed! Please don't copy and paste his pictures without asking first.
Barters Farm Nurseries and Plant Centre have been supplying plants for over 50 years. The Plant Centre has been trading for almost 20 years which not only serves the public, but also acts as a cash and carry for genuine trade customers. The trade side of the business specialises in supplying landscapers and garden designers as well as a number of garden centres.
We'll be happy to quote for any requirements you might have, from 1 plant to 1000. Just get in touch:
For Trade prices,
Call: 01373 832294
For Plant Centre prices
Call: 01373 832694
You can also use our contact form
Click to download our current availability list. To access priced lists, email the office for the password.
If you're not a trade customer, it gives you an idea of what Barters grow themselves. The Plant Centre stocks a far wider range than this from long-standing and trusted suppliers.