| Monday to Saturday: |
9am to 5pm
(Sundays 10.30am to 4.30pm)
(Bank Holidays - 10.30am until 4.30pm)
Monday to Saturday:
9am to 4pm
(Closed on Sundays)
We are closed from December 24th to
January 2nd and on Easter Sunday
Open on Sunday 22nd November 2015 - Although normally closed between November and February on Sundays, both our gardens and the nursery WILL be open on Sunday 22nd November 2015 from 10.30am until 4pm.
We are an award-winning, family run, mail order and retail nursery which specialises in trees, shrubs, climbers and woody herbaceous plants including a large selection of very rare and unusual varieties! The nursery was founded in 1979 and we are now one of the leading suppliers of rare, woody plants in the United Kingdom.
Our website is packed with plant photos, useful information and our friendly, experienced staff will be delighted to answer any questions you may have about any plant listed here!
Surrounding our nursery is a stunning nine acre, woodland garden! It is on the list of Royal Horticultural Society recommended gardens, full of beautiful, choice plants and open to the public all year round.
We have a quick and reliable mail order service and can send plants by overnight courier to arrive on a specific weekday at your door, at any time of year!
Please be aware that we are a working nursery with outdoor standing areas and so wearing warm clothing and sturdy, waterproofed footwear is strongly advised when you visit!
We are currently looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help tend our gardens and arboretum.
Working in our gardens with and near the unusual trees and shrubs is a great way to improve your plant knowledge and gain experience. The work in the garden is varied and at different times of year may include weeding, pruning, grass cutting and other general gardening jobs.
If you are interested in learning more please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office on (01530) 413700
Our nursery and gardens are on a small country lane between the village of Smisby at the north end and the Tap House Inn in the South. This lane cannot be accessed from the A511.
Once you are in our vicinity, following the brown tourist signs labelled 'Arboretum' will bring you to us.