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For all things horticultural contact us at our nursery in North Ayrshire. Our location is just off the A736 (Barrhead to Irvine road) about ½ mile East of Burnhouse.
As our nursery is located 10 miles from the Ayrshire coast our plants are known for their hardiness and sustainability. We supply plants to retail and wholesale customers throughout all twelve months of the year.
Spring time is a busy spell. From the beginning of March our plant and garden centre and small tearoom is open where you can relax and enjoy tea, coffee and our own home baking whilst viewing our full range of summer bedding plants, young vegetables and hanging baskets.
Throughout the summer we have an ever increasing choice of shrubs, grasses, herbaceous plants and trees for sale. Take a stroll round our demonstration gardens to get some inspiration or contact us for details on the ‘hands on’ workshops that we hold for gardening clubs and community groups.
With the onset of autumn our emphasis turns to production of winter hardy bedding plants, hedging and mature trees. Cost effective bareroot stock of ornamental and native species is available throughout the dormant months from November to February.
Winter is also the time when we are involved in the provision of illustrated talks to club and societies throughout the West of Scotland.
We hope you find our website to be user friendly and informative. The stock on offer is of good quality and value for money. New cultivars of plants are tested and monitored before sale, so rest assured that dealing with Scotplants and ‘Dougie the Plantsman’ will be an enjoyable experience.
Scotplants founding director Dougie Boatman has established a positive reputation amongst the horticultural community and customers for his expertise and knowledge. He has also set a reputaion as a public speaker and raconteur with a unique brand and sense of humour so has set up a blog at which you can read about developments, hints and tips of the season or ask questions on gardening issues or suggest new products that we could consider.