(Formerly Marston Exotics)

Welcome to our Carnivorous Plant website 2016.

Welcome to our 2016 website. this year we are selling some of our large mature Sarracenia specimens from the National collection to make room for more new cultivars. You are welcome to call in or we can deliver them to shows. These specimens give instant impact and age between 10-15 years old!

We are also open to the public 7 days a week, 10am to 4pm.

If you need information do not hesitate to email us at pj_gardner@btopenworld.com or phone us on 01981 251659.

Our National Collection of Sarracenia and sales area are really looking good this year - please come over and view it (photogoraphers are welcome).
This will boost your enthusiasum to plant up many varieties and species outdoors in a bog garden, pond margin, or sink garden. Alternitivly in a greenhouse or windowsil is very practical and rewarding.

Over the years our 2 Open Weekends have been very successful, just call in...
Saturday 28 May & Sunday 29 May 10am-4pm
Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July 10am - 4pm
We have special offers and discounts available plus refreshments all day.

We grow all our plants the traditional way and follow similar lines from Adrian Slacks methods. This gives our stock natural hardiness so it makes it easier for the customer to grow on. 

Mail order is a great way to buy mature plants - we send out to all the UK & EU countries from March to October, accepting cheque, credit card or PayPal.
A plant catalogue is available on request or click onto plant sales on this page.
We offer our Growers Guide (£4.50 incl P&P) which gives good practical advise on the A-Z of Carnivorous Plants from our own experiences.
All our Sarracenia are grown on site here in Hereford, and all hybrids, 'Slack' cultivars, and 'named location' plants are all vegetively propagated, we never wild collect any plants what-so-ever. All 'named location' plants are from seed collection only.

Kindest Regards. Paul & Jackie Gardner.

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