Final Public Open Weekend of 2019
Roll up, roll up folks! Take this opportunity to visit a strictly trade only nursery and growers to the Chelsea Flower Show.
We are welcoming all on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th September – including little ones and well behaved doggies. Join us to purchase some of our beautiful plants and eat homemade cake and drink tea in our gorgeous nursery garden. We only open three times a year and this is your final chance to come and visit us in 2019!
September is a great time to plant, not only for late season colour for this year but for enhancing the garden for next year. The ground will be warm, encouraging plants to develop healthy root systems before the onset of Winter.
Feel free to bring some clear skies and sunshine too please!
This year is flying by at a tremendous rate of knots! It’s the end of November & Christmas is only a whisker away! Whilst gardeners are putting their gardens to bed for the Winter, designers & landscapers go up a gear.
Autumn/early Winter is the best time to plant trees, hedging and shrubs, especially bare root & rootball material. The ground is still warm, encouraging root growth and there’s moisture in the soil. Come Spring, the plants will be established and be ready to flourish for the coming year!
We’ve been busy supplying our customers with some lovely hedging, trees (including pleached & espalier) and big shrubs. As well as our own stock we have a wide network of suppliers meaning we can offer the ‘one stop’.
Why not try us for a quote!
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017
Chelsea here we come! Our plants are off up to Chelsea Flower Show this week! We’re proud to be supplying two trade stand show gardens – The David Harbour stand designed by Nic Howard of We Love Plants and the Chilstone stand designed by Allister Dempster of Sandstone Design Solutions.
In 2016 we collaborated with Nic Howard on The David Harbour stand helping it win Best in Show and 5 Stars (the highest merit)!
*** We’re very proud to announce that both stands won the top merit ’5 Star’ award ***
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Winter Lecture 2 – Wednesday 8 March 2017
Tom Coward of Gravetye Manor
For our second Winter Lecture, we’re thrilled to announce a special evening with renowned Tom Coward – Head Gardener of the beautiful and influential 35 acre gardens at Gravetye Manor in Sussex.
Former assistant Head Gardener at Great Dixter and regular columnist in Country Life Magazine.
At Chiddingstone Castle in Chiddingstone, Kent
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start
Entry £10 to be paid in advance (no tickets on the door)
Refreshments available to purchase and selection of seasonal bulbs and plants for sale on the night
Contact Cas at How Green Nursery to reserve your place: firstname.lastname@example.org
Merry Christmas & here’s to a Happy and Prosperous 2017 from us all at How Green Nursery, including Dave the in-house Robin!
We thank you for your custom and support this year and look forward to doing more business with you in 2017!
We welcome all prospective customers to visit our nursery, so do pop along and see us, or contact us for a promptly answered quote!
- Photo credit to How Green employee Sandra ‘Sarnie’ Belton -