What are Cell Grown Plants?
Go to our Cell Grown Plants page for more information.
Do you only sell Cell Grown Plants?
We specialise in Cell Grown plants, but can also supply a large choice of other plant types, from barerooted trees to containerised and rootballed trees.
What is the Small Order Rate on the Price Lists?
Prices for orders of 240 plants or less.
What is the Wholesale Order Rate on the Price Lists?
Prices for orders of 250 plants or more.
Can I buy a single tree?
All of our Cell Grown broadleaf and conifer trees are packed in multiples of 10. Pots and other large trees may be sold in single numbers, please enquire.
What about protection for my plants?
Cheviot Trees are major stockists and distributors for the full range of Tubex planting accessories and would be pleased to advise on which protection best suits your requirements.
Do your prices include VAT?
Prices shown do not include VAT, which should be added at the current rate.
If I place an order, how much will the delivery cost?
Delivery costs vary depending on the size of the order, so please send us an e-mail or give us a call on 01289 386755 and we will quote a price for you by return.
How do I place an order?
We are happy to accept orders by e-mail, fax or over the phone where we can offer further advice. Please don't hesitate to speak with our friendly sales team on 01289 386755, we are here to help.
Can I pay for my order using a Credit or Debit Card?
Yes, we accept most major credit and debit cards. If you place an order by e-mail we will contact you to take your card details. We will send you an acknowledgement of your order and a receipted invoice.
When is the best time to plant my trees?
Autumn is an ideal time to start planting Cell Grown trees, whilst the soil is still warm and the tree roots are still active, but you can plant right through until summer. Because our trees are Cell Grown the plants suffer minimal root disturbance, allowing the plants to establish much more quickly than bare root trees. Cell Grown trees are also much easier to handle, resulting in a higher success rate and the need for less maintenance after planting.