We think you will enjoy browsing through the many lovely and inspiring plants we have on offer and with this in mind, we have endeavoured to provide you with full and interesting descriptions and accurate photographs of our plants, to assist you in your choice. Should you require any further advice or guidance prior to making your purchase, please do not hesitate to call or email us. We are a small and very committed team and always happy to help!
If you are purchasing as a gift, we can personalise the plant tag with a message of your choice and arrange to have your purchase delivered directly to the recipient on a specific date, for a birthday, anniversary etc.
Our simple ordering and secure payment system guarantees a safe and smooth transaction. Your plant will be selected and packaged with care and despatched to you using a trusted 24hr courier.
If, for any reason, you are not 100% delighted with your purchase, we offer a full 'no - quibble' money back guarantee.
We aim to ensure that all our customers are happy ones, who may have every confidence in both our products and our customer service.
We combine years of traditional horticultural experience with advanced growing techniques developed at Stairway specifically for use with the Superoots Air-Pot to ensure that all of our plants are of the finest possible quality.
Every Stairway plant has all the handling benefits from being in a container, without any of the horticultural problems found in traditional container grown stock such as root deformity and unnatural rootball density and distribution. Good roots are the key to all successful growing!
With 'growing nature's way' very much in mind, we utilise eco-friendly growing methods.To find out more about our growing methods and techniques, click on the 'Our Products' header above.
This revolutionary approach to containerising tree stock produces fabulous, non-spiralling root systems that are impossible to develop in any other available container.
Made of recycled HDPE, the Superoots Air-Pot is circular in shape with a perforated sidewall, which is textured like an egg carton. There are no flat surfaces to deflect roots and start the spiralling process.
The inward pointing cones direct the root towards the hole in the outward pointing cones where the air density in the soil is too great and therefore the apical cells at the very tip of the root dehydrate, or are air-pruned.
The response of the plant to this air-pruning is to send out more roots to compensate for the loss, which leads to the build up of a dense and fibrous radial root system in a dramatically short time.