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Add that missing ‘wow factor’ to your garden the easy way with our range of potted specimen plants. All come pre-potted and are available for delivery nationwide, allowing you to add a real statement piece to your garden or business premises that’ll wow visitors.

With a large selection of specimen plants available starting at just £100, we have something for everyone here at Olive Grove Oundle. Whether you’re looking for a smaller specimen, ideal for placing next to an entrance door, or a large tree that really makes a statement, we’ve got you covered. Find the potted specimen plant of your dreams among our range below and place your order today!

Price Includes Delivery
£525.00
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£1,100.00
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£315.00
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Our Price: £175.00
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Our Price: £995.00
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Our Price: £995.00
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Our Price: £6,000.00
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Our Price: £2,250.00
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Our Price: £5,200.00
£3,750.00
£6,995.00

Our Range of Specimen Plants for Pots

We have an extensive selection of different varieties to choose from, ranging from more compact favourites like the Yucca Rostrata to more exotic Bonsai olive trees and Mediterranean plants. There really is something for everyone here, and all of our plants are suitable for both residential gardens and business premises.

Whether you want to frame a doorway or walkway, spice up a pergola or decorate a patio with specimen plants, this exciting collection has everything you need to create a truly spectacular outdoor space.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I see your plants in person before I buy?

Yes, you can visit our garden centre in Oundle and collect your plants in person, too.

How easy are these plants to care for?

These plants are evergreen and generally quite hardy, making them well-suited to harsh UK winters. For tailored care advice for your particular plant, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Can potted specimen plants be kept indoors?

Because the majority of these plants require 4-5 hours of sunlight per day, we typically advise against this. It’s best to keep them outdoors in most cases, although if you have a room that allows plenty of sunlight in, it may be viable to grow them indoors.

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