Spring Open Days!

We welcome all for our first public open weekend of 2015

We’re all getting excited here at How Green, with only a week to go until our first special event of the year!

For those of you who have never visited us, take this rare opportunity to come to a strictly trade only nursery.

Choose from thousands of plants including perennials, grasses, alpines, herbs, veg plants, topiary and patio plants.

All at competitive prices and with knowledgeable help and advice on hand to help you with any plant queries.

If this all sounds too much, relax in our summer house and refuel with home-made tea and cakes!

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We hope for the return of our PUBLIC OPEN WEEKENDS in 2021

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. 

Unfortunately, due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, we were not able to hold these events in 2020 but hope they will return in some form for 2021. For instance, we held a pop-up at the nursery during September which proved very popular.

Normally, on our PUBLIC OPEN DAYS all are welcome to view and purchase plants and enjoy tea and cake in the garden.

We also host regular talks and group visits throughout the year, but again these have been put on hold for the meantime.

To keep up with the latest info on the nursery, please check our Public News page or subscribe to our Public Events Newsletter. 

Thank you, from the team at How Green.

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Look forward to seeing you at our events.