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Welcome to the new shop area. Currently, we are selling our hardy perennials and vegetable plants.

When you browse through the perennials, click on the pictures to get more information and a picture of our plants.

Vegetable Plants are seeded in large cell trays and have been potted up into 9cm pots. Many vegetable plants are not hardy and frost, even a little, will kill them. Tomatoes, corn, runner beans etc. should be kept indoors if there is a chance of frost. We always wait until the 1st of June to be sure. Please keep the tomatoes in their pots for a week to ten days for them to root well as they were potted up on the 8th May.

Our Veg Below

Compost – we have ordered some in and have around 100 x 50-litre bags which are available for customers to pot up their plants. Please be aware that this compost does contain peat due to an oversight when ordering. But it is available.

You can buy a maximum of 5 of any one product but given that there are over 40 plant products you could order 200 plants if so desired! There is a limit of 3 bags of compost per order. The minimum amount of your total needs to be £10. The webshop will take care of all this.

Please check you are within the delivery area on the menu above. If you live close to the outside, email and we’ll do our best to accommodate.

Once you have placed your order you will receive an automated confirmation email with details of how to pay by BACS, using your order number as payment reference. If you don’t see this email please check your junk folder. If you can’t find it at all, please email

office@wastenotwantnot.org.uk

Deliveries will run from 9 am to 7 pm. Currently, orders are being delivered within 3 days. Orders will be dropped off at your door or by your gate. We will make sure you are aware they are there while observing strict social distancing. If for any reason we cannot complete your order you will receive a full refund.

Thanks to our superb project leader Craig, and Kat who runs the site on Sunday and Monday and to all the volunteers. It is their hard work earlier in the year that has made any of this possible.

Please remember that some plants are toxic if ingested such as foxglove and Lobelia cardinalis. You can check here at the RHS (opens in new tab).

RHS – potentially harmful plants

Keep safe and well. Thanks on behalf of everyone.