After 10 years of fun and hard work, we’ve decided that it’s time to reclaim our lives, weekends and bodies. The owner, Alex, is now helping Primrose Hall Nursery in Westoning to build their Mail Order department. She also offers garden consultancy and implements gardening projects, including installing irrigation in gardens and nurseries.
Where to go for unusual plants now?
In no particular order, you could try:
Potash Nursery at Drayton Parslow
Lakers in Winslow
Landscape Matters, who describe themselves as:
“a family run nursery based in Kingswood near Waddesdon specialising in supplying British grown plants from a network of growers. Our main speciality is bare root plants from seedlings to large specimen trees. We are able to source specific plants for you and have bulk supplies of mushroom compost, topsoil and bark available too. Contact email@example.com for further details. ”
Opening up soon:
A perennials and shrub nursery at Gawcott, opening spring 2016
Tamarisk Nursery (on the road between Stewkley and L Buzzard) will be re-opening under new ownership at some time in the future. The new owners have just started (June 2015) clearing the site but don’t know when they’ll re-open yet.
Please support local businesses. They usually provide better quality plants that are hardened off to make them thrive in your garden. And they always provide GOOD SERVICE.