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!
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We are open to the public again this weekend – come along, bring a friend and hopefully the sun will shine for us all! We have a large selection of bedding plants, perennials, shrubs and herbs all being sold at prices much cheaper than garden centres so come and take advantage while you can. PS – Did we mention that we are also selling delicious, homemade cake!
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Sorry to disappoint, but unfortunately we have had to turn away some visitors who wished to look around and purchase plants. We are a Trade Only Nursery and as such our priorities have to be our regular customers. We have Open Days (see side panel for information) where the public can come in and purchase our plants and all are welcome on these days. We would love to open our doors to everyone but this is not possible, so please do not take it personally. We hope you understand.
The signs are out, the chairs and tables set up, plants are behaving themselves and Jasper the nursery puppy is going bonkers! We are welcoming all this Saturday and Sunday – including well behaved dogs. So please bring yourselves, a friend or two and join us to eat cake, drink tea and purchase some of our beautiful plants. (Feel free to bring some clear skies and sunshine too please)
Normally a strictly ‘trade only’ nursery, on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd September from 9am-5pm we’re opening our doors to the general public and offering an exclusive opportunity to come and visit our 6 acre site jam packed with plants. Choose from a huge selection of perennials, alpines, grasses, ferns, shrubs and herbs at great prices, with both traditional favourites and many new and desirable varieties. We’ve got 40 different varieties of Heuchera and Heucherellas to choose from! When you’re all shopped out, indulge in tea and tasty homemade cakes in the lovely nursery garden and summerhouse! Children and well behaved pooches welcome. We’re only open to the general public 3 times a year, so don’t miss your last opportunity for 2017!! We’re just off the B2027 near Hever Castle.
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We are a wholesale nursery, growing and supplying plants to the horticultural professions. However, we also hold a series of open weekends, just three times a year, where we are open to the general public. These events are usually in April, June and September.
On these open days all are welcome to view and purchase plants and enjoy tea and cake in the garden.
In addition, we also host regular talks and group visits. Please check our Public News page or subscribe to our Public Events Newsletter.