We are open Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm from 1st March to mid October, plus Bank Holidays.
You can find us at Farmers' Markets in Morpeth, Hexham and Kelso.
Morpeth Farmers' Market - 1st Saturday every month
Hexham Farmers' Market - 2nd and 4th Saturdays every month
Kelso Farmers' Market - 4th Saturday every month
Our peat-free plants are also available to buy at National Trust plant centres at Wallington, Cragside, Gibside, Lindisfarne, Housesteads, Seaton Delaval, Cherryburn and Souter Lighthouse.
You can also find us at Flower Power Plant Fairs, plus other individual fairs and festival throughout Northumberland, Yorkshire and Cumbria.
Sun, 15th April - Newburgh Priory Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun, 22nd April - Holker Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun 6th April - Harlow Carr Spring Plant Fair
BH Mon, 7th May - Rothbury Food and Craft Festival
BH Mon, 7th May - Ness Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun, 13th May - Hutton-in-the-Forest Plant Fair
Sat, 19th May - Haltwhistle Plant Fair
Sun, 20th May - NGS Open Day Blagdon Estate
Sun, 27th May - Raby Castle Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun, 17th June - Dalemain Plant Fair
Sun, 17th June - Sion Hill Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
Sat, 23rd & Sun, 24th - Lowther Castle Plant Fair
Sun, 1st July - Dalton Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun, 15th July - Blagdon Plant Heritage Plant Fair
Sun 22nd July - Wynyard Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun, 26th Aug - Holker Hall Flower Power Plant Fair
BH Mon, 27th Aug - Newburgh Priory Flower Power Plant Fair
Sun 2nd Sept - Harlow Carr Autumn Plant Fair
Sat 6th & Sun 7th Oct - Morpeth Food Festival (incorporating the Farmers' Market)
All of our plants are grown in a peat-free compost, so we are not adding to the destruction of peat habitats. The compost we use is a bark and loam mix produced in the U.K.
We reuse and recycle as much as possible, and the majority of our packaging materials are either reused, recycled or biodegradable. All of our pots can be returned to us, after planting, and will be reused.
At our nursery we grow the vast majority of our plants on site from our own seeds and cuttings, so helping to reduce plant miles.
There isn't any mains electricity on the nursery. We are powered by renewable energy, which consists of a combination of photovoltaic panels and a wind turbine.
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