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. 

Gardening Tips


Farm shop

September at Rushfields Plant Centre


Hopefully we still have some more sunny end of Summer days to come, but it is time to start thinking about Autumn Colour and planting Spring flowering Bulbs


Westlands Multi Purpose compost £5-99 buy 1 get second bag FREE


Rushfields Homegrown Primroses £1-29 each

when you buy 10 or more only £1 each




Home grown Winter flowering Pansies  available now

6 pack £3-99 

Buy  3 for £10




Home grown Garden Mums


Buy 2 for £8








Create your own colorful containers

Choose from our selection of 1ltr patio plants

£2-99 each buy 4 for £10






Our Collection of Spring flowering bulbs are now in store



Plant of the Week: Conifers

Plant of the Week: Conifers

There are few groups of trees more versatile, colourful and well-behaved than conifers. They have an ancient history, need little maintenance and you're sure to find one that's a perfect fit for your garden. Yet one variety has tarnished the name of all the rest by outgrowing its welcome and generally making a nuisance of itself. We're talking the much-hated hedging plant, Leylandii cypress, scourge of neighbourhood relations everywhere.

Take no notice: conifers are the canny gardener's best-kept secret. Get to know the likes of brilliant blue Korean fir (Abies koreana), lush and hummocky Pinus mugo or steely blue juniper 'Blue Star' and you're sure to change your mind.


If you live in a mild area and left carrots, beetroot and potatoes in the soil, lift them now. Only store those roots that are healthy and without rots or pest presence. Parsnips should be left in the ground as they taste better once frosted.