More good news! We were delighted to discover that we have been awarded the Farrer Trophy by the RHS for our display at Chelsea, which was chosen as the best display of alpine plants at any RHS show in 2016. Stella and David received the trophy at a presentation in London on February 22nd.

Gold at Chelsea in 2016 Our best display so far drew accolades from the general public and the great and good of horticulture. You can see some photos here.

Earlier, we won a Premier Gold award at Harrogate Spring Flower Show, and later followed that up with Premier Gold at Gardening Scotland.

Chelsea and Chatsworth in 2017. We have been accepted to have displays at both of these shows, as well as Harrogate and Gardening Scotland.
We have a special offer of rare bulbs from Antoine Hoog, which will remain open until the end of June. Details are on our bulbs page, near the bottom of the page.
The bulb store is closed at present.
There will be a new catalogue published in late April or early May, with bulbs for delivery in autumn, flowering in autumn or in spring 2017. If you would like to be on our mailing list so that you are alerted to publication of new catalogues, send an email to
Plant catalogue. All the new plants raised this year are in our new catalogue, active from September 12th 2016. The printed version, available at shows and talks or on receipt of 3 first-class stamps, was produced in May. The range of blue Meconopsis has been expanded, and there are some primulas available for the first time ever.

Change but no change!
Stella and David Rankin are delighted to announce that they have secured the long-term future of the nursery.

Elea Strang, who joined the team five years ago and has been sales supervisor, is the new owner, along with her husband, Frank.

Stella and David are not going away! They will work with Elea, together with Graham, as manager, particularly on design projects and shows, two aspects they love. So the same people are here, but in different roles, with the same wonderful team and the same great range of plants. And we shall all be at the same shows.

Look out for lots of exciting new ideas, developments and - of course - lots of new plants.

Here are Stella and Elea on the change-over day.
Not just little plants! There are many trees and shrubs that grow in the mountains, and our plant store includes lots of unusual ones. You can filter on trees or shrubs if you want to search for them; go to "Filter by attributes" in the left-hand panel of the store.

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