Red Shed Nursery, Lees Stables, Coldstream TD124LF

+44 (0)7989 330 550

Red Shed Nursery

The Red Shed is a specialist nursery based in our established forest garden here in Coldstream for many years past.   November 2019 the nursery has been sold to Kate Everatt at Inverqueich, Alyth, by Blairgowrie Perthshire.  And is moving trhere bit by bit.  Meanwhile orders are still accepted here on the website and we will sort out collections and deliveries as Kate takes over the reins.

If on doubt ring us on 01890 88 2448.

The site has been organic for over twenty years and was mostly fallow for many years before that. It is in an area of clean water and clean air and our nursery is a haven for wildlife. Indeed predator control is largely achieved through the balance of birds and invertebrates in the grounds.  We expect Inverqueich will have a similar story to tell- but different.

We offer a range of stock from trees through shrubs to plants and some specialist equipment. The content of our catalogue is suited to forest gardening – the creation of abundant gardens designed in imitation of the structure of native woodland. We use the principles of Permaculture in our work. The choice of what plants and trees are used is skewed to the demands of the household for food, firewood and a pleasant place to work and relax. Plants grown here will suit any kind of garden, and are especially chosen and bred to be hardy in Northern conditions. We are the same latitude as Moscow and Alaska.

The actual Red Shed which sits at the centre of our nursery activity was designed by us and built for us in red cedar originally by experienced Lincolnshire greenhouse manufacturers Perity’s at St Boswells, thirty miles away. After ten years in storage it has been rebuilt in Coldstream across the last winter and is now open for business as a propagation centre, teaching space and workshop. We use a range of suppliers to supplement what we produce ourselves, and these are all selected for the quality of their service and product as well as their business ethics.

You can download our catalogue and we hope that you enjoy the plants and other goods or services you purchase from us. We welcome your feedback both in terms of what you have purchased and what you would like to see added to the catalogue in future.

We are also pleased to receive enquiries for specialised services including practical course and specific equipment, plant and tree needs.

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6 thoughts on “Red Shed Nursery”

  1. Looking for an apple and a pear espalier trees that would grow well in edinburgh. Do you have anything suitable and what would you suggest?

  2. Hi Graham, I was led to believe that you no longer teach permaculture as such but was wondering about your forest garden and whether I have to make an appointment to come and experience it? It’s my birthday next Friday and I’d like to make a day trip of it on the Saturday to come and see you and your forest garden? Please let me know when you have a moment, if this is something we can arrange, thank you

    1. I’ve only just seen this. To come see the garden you need to e-mail or phone me. All our contact details are on the website. I didn’t lead you to belive anything!

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