Welcome to Hardy Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus are our thing! We first started growing Eucalyptus in 2000 and, bitten by the bug, we now produce them on a much larger scale. They are a fascinating, beautiful, versatile, and highly evolved group of trees and our mission is to help people select the right Eucalyptus tree for them and their garden.
- Hilary Collins,
C.E.O, head grower,
author and researcher
We are a multi-award winning, family run nursery with over 40 years of nursery experience & 30 years landscape experience, and proud to belong to that rather endangered species; the British Grower.
Christmas Season Essential info
Dates over Christmas and New Year:
- Last date for Christmas DELIVERY:
Order by end of day Tuesday 17th December
(please phone if you read this too late)
-Last date for Christmas CLICK & COLLECT:
Collect by Monday 23rd December
(Pre-arrange time slots ESSENTIAL)
-Shipping resumes week commencing:
(first come first served basis. You will be emailed when your order is ready for dispatch/collection)
-Offices are closed i.e. can't reply to emails or phone calls:
5pm Friday 20th December until 9am Tuesday 2nd January.
This partly due to restrictions with our Courier companies, and also so we can give our lovely Nursery Team enough time off over Christmas. Thank you!
See our new Cut Foliage collections for those wanting to grow their own foliage or purchase a collection of fast-growing young trees to have as garden ornamentals.
Named "Good", "Better" and "Best", each bundle contains 4 x 1 litre trees (your choice or ours) and a variety of sundries. These bundles are the most cost effective way of buying your Eucalyptus essentials.
Spotty Leaves Notice:
Your tree may have a flush of spotty leaves at the beginning and end of the growing season. This is normal! They usually are the older leaves, found directly on the trunk or older branches. They go red-brown-coffee coloured, sometimes with brightly coloured or dark brown spots. This is part of the trees natural growth cycle and nothing to worry about :-) Keep it watered!