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Halcyon Plants

Ty Gwyn, Rhydowen, Llandysul

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  • Ornamental Plants
  • Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
  • Tubers, Seeds, Bulbs, Corms and Cuttings
  • Acers
  • Bedding Plants
  • Begonias
  • Butterfly Attracting Plants
  • Climbing Plants
  • Flower Bulbs
  • Fuchsia
  • Fuchsia
  • Grasses
  • Ornamental Shrubs
  • Ornamental Trees
  • Pelargoniums
  • Perennials
  • Roses
  • Seeds
  • Shrubs
  • Vegetable Seeds
  • Woodland Perennials

 
       

CONTACT DETAILS

             Tel           01545 590361

 

 

Halcyon Plants is a small privately owned nursery. It is run by Andrew Spencer who has extensive experience in the horticultural industry having worked for companies such as Harkness , Rochford and Gavin Jones . Latterly he has had his own production nursery and garden centre in West Wales.

Andrew wants to widen the choice of plants available throughout the year and specialise in certain plant genera bringing more unusual and hard to find plants to the market.

The nursery is situated in rural west Wales, and we only operate online at the moment. If you are brave enough to come and find us, you are welcome, but do call first as we keep ‘irregular’ hours!

Halcyon Plants has been operating since 2005; the first year was spent in construction and stocking up the nursery.

All plants are grown by us, royalty varieties are purchased and grown on, non-royalty varieties are mostly propagated by ourselves.

 

 

The Halcyon Plants Online Nursery provides a varied and reliable range of high quality Garden Plants and good value herb, vegetable and wildflower seeds from our UK Online Plant Nursery.

When you buy Garden Plants online from us you have peace of mind that they will arrive in good condition – our unique packaging ensures your plants are kept safe in transit.

Delivery is FREE on orders over £100.

WE USE ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY PEST CONTROL.

Please visit our website for plant descriptions and to order.

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