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Poyntzfield Herb Nursery does not currently have an on-line sales facility. One reason for this is that we like to communicate with our customers about orders, since some plants will only be available at certain times of the year.

Open and fill in the order form and send it to us. We will reply giving information about which plants and seeds are available at the moment, along with the delivered cost of your order. To make a card payment follow the link on the invoice or a bank transfer can be done with the details below using your surname as reference. This will reserve the plants and seeds for you. We will inform you of when your order is likely to be delivered If you are going to be away at any time, let us know and we will avoid those dates.

Poyntzfield Herb Nursery
Black Isle
By Dingwall
Scotland UK

Phone: 01381 610745. Monday to Friday from 12 to 1pm.

Minimum order value for plants £20. For seeds £10.

Our postage prices and conditions for 2023 are as follows.

Value of Order P&P Charge
Up to £25
Up to £50
Up to £100
Over £100

Special Delivery - is available for orders sent on Tuesdays arriving on Wednesday morning by 1pm. It is recommended for speed but at extra cost which can be quoted for. The customer must be at home to sign for the parcel.

Seeds only: Add £5.00. No charge if ordered with plants.

Delivery cost for bulbs £6.00.

Electronic transfers can be made to..
Our Bank: Bank of Scotland, Dingwall, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
Name of account: Poyntzfield Herb Nursery
Sort Code: 80-06-83    00934288
IBAN number... GB04 BOFS 8006 8300 9342 88
SWIFT/BIC number... BOFS GB 21295

Contact us at info@poyntzfieldherbs.co.uk

Cultural Notes:
Planting - as soon as possible after arrival, except in frosty or drought conditions in which case find a temporary situation. Carefully clean off the moss wrapping the roots, give the roots a good soak and keep watered in dry weather until established.
Most plants require a sunny site, a well drained moderately fertile soil, and shelter from winds.
Ensure that perennials do not encroach on each other.
Fork in a light dressing of organic compost every year.
Add lime if necessary. Most herbs prefer near neutral soil conditions. (pH 6.5 to 7.5)
To dry herbs, cut just before the plant is due to flower, in the morning just after the dew is away. Hang in loose bundles, or spread on hessian trays in a warm dark airy place.
Those plants that are suitable for the house, should be grown in a moderate compost, avoiding overwatering and overfeeding.

Terms & Conditions

Seeds - The grow codes listed in the catalogue give an indication of how to sow. If you require further advice on germination please e-mail us.
We believe that our seeds are true to name and viable, but in accordance with the custom of the seed trade, we cannot accept any liability for the failure or resultant crop from them.
Seeds and plants of native species are almost all of local origin, but of course, propagated in the nursery.

Plants - All plants are dispatched in good condition. Once they have left the nursery we cannot accept futher liability since the cultivation and climatic conditions are beyond our control. In the very unlikely event of your order arriving damaged, notify us immediately, giving arrival date and all relevant details within three days.
Plants are usually only replaced when lost or damaged in transit. The placing of an order implies an acceptance of this condition.
If you need advice on plant care of any species, please e-mail us.