Today opened from 09:00 until 17:30

Your independent Plant Centre
for all the Family

  • Come and choose from our delicious breads and cakes this Christmas

  • Rushfields Christmas 2018

    Rushfields Christmas 2018

    Tis the season to be jolly, visit us at Rushfields for a jolly good choice of Christmas decorations and lights, not forgetting the all important tree

  • Join us on Friday 30th November from 4pm until 8pm for our fabulous festive late night event!

  • We've fresh trees from 25th November, decorations and gifts in our dazzling Christmas Marquee

  • Enjoy a piping hot tea, coffee or chocolate on our heated Cafe´Terrace

  • The finest local ingredients for your Christmas dinner from our newly extended Farm Shop

  • We have a fantastic choice of gifts for all ages in our Christmas Marquee

  • With Winter rapidly approaching it is important to make sure that our feathered friends are well fed, pay a visit to our bird care department, we have everything you need to ensure your garden birds are well cared for this Winter


    Rushfields Plant Centre is a family owned and run independent plant centre, we are situated at the foot of the South Downs on the A281 Henfield Road at Poynings in Sussex. 



    Farm shop

    The House Plant Gift

    This is the time of year when houseplants arrive across the country as gifts for friends, colleagues and neighbours. In fact more than at any other time of year a number of plants will have been grown to grace our homes. Plants such as cyclamen with their large marbled leaves and abundant blooms ranging in shades of white through to intense purple and the Winter cherry, Solanum capsicastrum, with its pungent scent and round vivid orange miniature tomato like fruits. Both require a steady temperature and plenty of moisture to keep them going. Cyclamen prefer a cool room, such as a hallway, where the temperature does not exceed 16C. Water is best given from the bottom, allowing the plant to stand in a saucer with a little it can draw up, if watered from the top there is a risk of rotting the corm. The Winter Cherry requires a slightly warmer atmosphere and an occasional mist with tepid water to keep it really healthy. Yellowing leaves on either are generally a sign of too little or too much water so only water when the top couple of centimetres of soil feel dry to the touch. ;

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