It’s our second public open weekend of the year on 10th & 11 June. We’re only open to the general public 3 times a year! Normally a strictly trade only nursery, this Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 5pm we’re opening our doors to the general public and offering a rare opportunity to come and visit us. Choose from a huge selection of plants including both traditional favourites and many new and desirable varieties. Load up with plants and then relax with tea and tasty homemade cakes in the lovely nursery garden! Find us 1 ½ miles from Hever Castle & Gardens, on How Green Lane (just off the B2027). Hope to see you here!
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We are looking forward to welcoming you to our first public open weekend of the year this coming weekend. Normally a strictly trade only nursery, this Saturday and Sunday we are opening our doors to the general public and offering the rare opportunity to come and visit us. Choose from a huge selection of plants and indulge in tea and homemade cakes in the nursery garden.
****** SOLD OUT ****** Wednesday 8 March 2017 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.
It’s that time of the year again where we roll out our annual brain teaser – the Legendary How Green Christmas Quiz – to get that grey matter ticking over the Christmas period. Loosen off your belts, relax in your favourite armchair and pour yourself a stiff one! There are prizes for the best efforts returned to us by January 10th! Find the Christmas Quiz by downloading our latest Plant Availability List from the website Good luck everyone!
It’s September (pinch, punch, first of the month!) and our last Public Open Weekend of 2016 is coming up this weekend – Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th September! We’re open both days from 9am – 5pm. Take this rare opportunity to visit a normally strictly trade only plant nursery, packed full of 1000s of perennials, grasses & shrubs to buy, with many new and desirable varieties. We’re only open to the general public 3 times a year! Load up with plants at great prices and then relax with tea & homemade cake in our lovely Nursery garden. Plenty of newly potted plants available to buy for late season planting, so come along and see us! Well behaved pooches more than welcome!
We’re proud to announce, we are opening our doors to all for charity on Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st August. Take this opportunity to visit a strictly trade only plant nursery. Since its foundation, the National Gardens Scheme has donated over £45 million to nominated beneficiaries, of which nearly £23 million has been donated within the last ten years. A fantastic charity giving tremendous support to some very worthy causes! We open from 10am – 5pm on both days and there is a admission fee of £3.00 for adults (children free). Well behaved dogs, more than welcome! Come and see a working nursery in motion with guided tours twice a day. Nursery garden and summerhouse also open to relax in and take in light refreshments – yum! August is a great time to visit the nursery, with plenty of newly potted plants available to buy for late season planting!
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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.