By far the best time of year on the nursery. We are fully stocked with seasonal plants; bedding, baskets, planters, perennials, and many more. Some highlights include:
EASTER: Closed Sunday 17th April
It’s bedding plant season, the nursery is at its very best this time of year. There’s no better time to visit!
As well as our usual huge range of bedding plants, here are some more highlights to expect this month:
We’re now into Spring, this means our opening hours are 9:30- 17:00.
Spring means loads of fresh, beautiful colour! Some highlights this month include:
We will re-open after maintenance work February 5th. The nursery front won’t be fully refurbished until March (at which point plug plants will be available), however in the meantime we’ll have plenty of primulas, perennials, and a huge amount of interesting specimens including:
Nordman non-drop Christmas trees
6ft- 7ft £45.00
Potted from £25
Autumn season is here. Expect to find a wash of autumn colour, including:
And many more. We also have:
- Evergreen shrubs
- A wide selection of perennials to plant for next spring
- Bulbs (daffodils/tulips/crocus/hyacinth/allium etc.)
- And lots more! So come along this autumn, and hopefully we can make up for such a dreary summer!
Perennials are the main interest on the nursery at the moment. We have a huge selection in 2L pots, all £5 each.
Have a look below for some highlights:
We also have a large range of 2L shrubs from £7.50, as well as the first of the autumn season bedding by the end of the month. Look out for pansies and violas very soon!
NOTICE: Opening hours: 10:00 – 16:00
Typically the start of our ‘off’ season, there are nevertheless some real gems this time of year, notably in our perennial selection. Here are a few highlights this month:
Echinacea hybrids 2L, £7.50
Seasonal perennials begin in earnest this month. We have a huge selection of Salvias and Echinaceas (some pictured below), as well as many more including:
Delphiniums, Foxgloves, Pinks, Gaura, Campanula, Rudbeckia… to name only a few.
Here are some June highlights-
A selection of highlights this month: