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

  • 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

  • All our sausages are made by our own Butcher

  • Enjoy tea, coffee and home-made lunches in our Cafe

  • Our Plant Centre has all you need for Autumn garden maintenance

  • We stock Regatta outdoor men's and womenswear

    Plant of the Week: Carnivorous plants

    Plant of the Week: Carnivorous plants

    It may seem ghoulish to grow plants which trap and eat other living organisms from flies and wasps to ants, spiders and other creepy crawlies, but carnivorous plants are a fascinating group which can also play a useful role in controlling your garden pests.

    Many people start with a Venus flytrap on the kitchen windowsill but there are dozens of others including pitcher plants (Sarracenia and Nepenthes), delicately pretty sundews (Drosera) and butterworts (Pinguicula), which are British natives that cheerfully survive winter outdoors. Keep carnivorous plants in the greenhouse and you’ll have inbuilt natural pest control as they feast on whitefly, greenfly and thrips all season long.