SIGNATURE SHRUBS is one of three on-line brochures bought to you by Golden Hill Nurseries, Marden, Kent, and specialises in SHRUBS & TREES: our complete collection of these categories is available to purchase on-line via this website.
Golden Hill Nurseries has two other specialist sites: SIGNATURE PLANTS specialising in Hedging & Ground Cover Plants and SIGNATURE HYDRANGEAS which specialises in a very wide range of Hydrangeas. You can visit either of these site by clicking on the links.
You can also visit Golden Hill Nurseries in person and browse our entire range at your leisure. Unlike many other nurseries and garden centres, we produce well over 80% of the plants we sell. On some occasions, we may need to order certain stock from selected third parties but most of our stock is grown and nurtured here at Golden Hill. Also Bedding Plants, Basket Plants and Vegetable Plants available in season.
Please come and visit the nursery. We are open 7 days a week most of the year (see FAQs for opening hours). You are welcome to collect your orders from the nursery, a few days notice would be greatly appreciated. If you are calling for specific plants ring to check availability before you travel. Thank you.
We welcome group visits from Clubs, Horticultural Societies and other organisations for nursery tours by prior arrangement. For more information please call our office on 01622 833218.
All our SHRUBS & TREES as with all the plants we grow here at Golden Hill Nurseries are grown hard either in cold poly tunnels or outside during all weather conditions. They are grown as naturally and as organically as possible not using any harsh chemicals. This helps us encourage wildlife on the nursery and allows the plants to grow as they would in the garden.
So our plants are subject to season conditions and changes throughout the year. Therefore they may not look or be as pristine as the picture shows usually taken in the growing season (spring/summer) when the plants have new growth.
Deciduous and semi evergreen plants during the dormant season (autumn/winter) will lose their leaves shooting new growth in the spring.