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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the size of the plants that you send out?


This depends on the size listed on the website and also the time of year. We usually send out plants well grown in a 9cm pot which contains approx half a litre of compost or we send plants out in 1 litre pots.



Can you post to Europe?


Yes we can post to any mainland European countries that are members of the EU. If you are unsure please contact us for more information.



From the time of ordering how long will it be before I receive my plants?


We try to keep up to date with all the orders as they come in. However during the busiest period of the year (Spring and early summer) we may take up to five working days to process the order. Please be patient during the show season also as we are not able to dispatch orders when we are away at shows.


We do refrain from dispatching orders on Thursdays, Fridays and the weekend so that no plants are stuck in a sorting office somewhere over the weekend.



Does Penberth Gardens have disabled access?


The garden like all gardens has uneven surfaces as well as slippery paths especially when wet. This makes it difficult to maneuver wheelchairs so please be aware that disabled access limited around the venue.



How do we get to Penberth Gardens?


• Directions when travelling from Penzance take the A30 west towards Lands End.


• At Catchall turn left signed for St Buryan (B3283)


• After two miles you will come to the village of St Buryan, drive straight through the village after approx 1.5 miles you will go done a steep hill with a hairpin bend in the middle when you rise back out of the valley there is a junction on your left, if you drive fast you can easily miss it, you need to turn left here but it will be best to go up the hill for another 30 meters to another junction turn left here and then you can safely turn around in the pub car park and retrace your route to the Penberth Cove junction on your right.


• Follow this road down slowly as it is a single track road. You will come to a Granite archway on your left this is Penberth Garden.