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Chichester Gingers

Information

The Hedychium is a private collection and not a commercial business and therefore not open to the public.

Thai Emporer

Thai Emperor

An Open Day is normally in the late Summer and details are posted on the NCCPG website.

If you would like to visit other than the Open Day then please contact me to arrange a visit.

Plant Sales

As the plants grow, the stock is divided and therefore some stock is available to purchase at time to time as it allows, supplied by either collection or mail order. All plants are named as they have been supplied to me. Checks are being carried out to try to make sure that they are named correctly.

If you wish to purchase any of the stock then please contact me to see what is available, either as rhizome or plant. Plants are often in 10, 30, 65 or 125 litre pots. Plant/Rhyzome prices will depend on availability and rarity of the plants. Please contact me with your requirements and I can check what is currently in stock.

PayPal-Standard-Logo is accepted. Contact me for details.

International Orders

Palani

Palani

Overseas orders can be considered depending on the importing country requirements and/or import permit requirements. As the Defra Plant Health Office that issues Phytosanitary Certificates is local to me, then export can be arranged quite quickly. This will add £60 plus postage and packaging to any order.

Open Days

Usually the 1st Saturday in September. Please contact me to confirm details.

Sunday 1st September 2013 - 35th National Collections Anniversary Open Day

Saturday 7th September 2013 - Ginger Enthusiasts Open Day

Both will take place at PO20 7LQ, just follow the signs. Email me for directions.

Alan Titchmarsh

Alan Titchmarsh, Plant Heritage National collections President and myself at
the 35 year Anniversary launch of the group April 2013

Alan Titchmarsh

Roy Lancaster gave the after-dinner speech at the first National Collections National AGM and after 35 years came back to do it again, at the meeting in Winchester April 2013. Giving a great talk of his experiences through the years.

© Copyright 2009 Andrew Gaunt. Photographs may not be used without permission.

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