We have a brilliant selection of herbs for all different uses... even just to admire...
Take a difficult space and turn it into a productive haven. We have the ideas!
Huge Range of Chillies and Toms!
Grown in peat free compost with no pesticides
successful pruning can increase productivity and make your tree happy!
A orchard for generations
From heritage apples varieties to rarities like medlar & quince.. A productive orchard that works with nature.
Trained Fruit Trees
If you have limited space and challenging soil the answer could be a trained tree..
nursery and shop
woodland area, fruit tree displays, top quality feeds and composts.. its a growing space.
Vineyards are growing
A new vineyard is a realistic prospect. Installed with coppice supports in Kent..
Composts and Mulches
Brilliant range of Eco friendly original products!
Handmade Planter Crates
Made in conjunction with the Abbey school. Strong and Eco Friendly!
10% off your complete order with our free bareroot appointment service in Jan/Feb.
This is the best time of year to get the ball rolling on planning a orchard, we offer a fantastic service that provides a firm foundation for decades of beautiful & wildlife friendly, fruit production.
We have a huge choice of fruit trees. Our range of barerooted trees include classics like Bramley and Cox but we also offers something different… think dwarfing Quince bushes, Kentish cobs, Medlars and heritage apple varieties like Laxtons superb.
Bush – 2 year £20 Half Standard – £25 Trained Tree (Fan) – £30
Cordons (apple and pear only) – £25 1 year old maidens – £18
Family pears – £24 (2 varieties) £30 (3 varieties)
What is a Bareroot tree?
What is a bareroot fruit tree as compared to a potted tree? Lifting a young fruit tree is possible because it is dormant in the winter.. Bare root trees are field grown and have a innate hardiness that enables successful replanting in your garden. All commercial fruit trees tend to be bareroot for ease of planting and cost. Our methodology is the same, we like the choice we can offer.. the ease of transport.. the environmental consideration of not using pots, compost or heating… best of all our trees are tough as old boots and we feel fully confident that the 1 year guarantee we offer on all stock wont be needed.
If you wish to proceed with us we ask for a 50% deposit for all trees and materials, if you want us to plant or install payment only after the work is done to your satisfaction!
Advice is free... Support is priceless.
The Horticultural Unit, The Abbey School,
Faversham, Kent, ME13 8RZ
email – email@example.com
Simply put, we grow or make the majority of our stock for you to purchase and take home… So we aim to offer something new and different.
- Herbs – From garden classics to heritage species.
- Vegetable plants – Heritage veg varieties, tomatoes and chillies.
- Fruit trees – Heritage varieties a speciality, trained trees and interesting species.
- Soft fruit – from Hops to blackcurrants
- Herbaceous perennials – English natives a speciality
- Hedgerow – Wildlife havens and productive also.
As well as sourcing and selling the best tried and tested
- Melcourt Peat-free composts
- Strulch organic anti-slug and snail mulches
- Natural feeds
- Environmentally balanced Pest and disease control products
- Our handmade crate planters
- Recycled British-made tools
- Fantastic seeds including seed potatoes and onion sets
- Local coppice posts and fencing
We have a strong reputation for providing an expert service when it comes to all aspects of fruit tree work. Our ability to quickly assess a job is what enables a clear time-scale and costing. We can also advise on disease and pest control and focus maintenance plans on preventative measures.
Edibleculture – Education and pricing
We want visitors to Edibleculture to feel welcome, inspired, and educated so don’t expect salesmen trying to push through a sale. As plants people we would rather explain to our visitors the benefit you will get from a certain species or variety and whether it is suitable for you and your garden, rather than sell you something that isn’t suitable.
We are keen to work with permaculturists, forest gardeners and ‘no dig’ growers. We are an established business but we as growers ourselves want to learn and develop.
Through our work with the Abbey School students, we are providing an insight into how a horticultural business is run. We are keen to pass our knowledge on to the next generation. This will also be demonstrated through our display gardens and courses ranging in subjects such as fruit tree pruning, edible gardening and propagation.