Give your garden a burst of colour with a riot of pansies, asters, busy lizzies, petunias, salvias, geraniums and polyanthus to name but a few of the traditional favourites usually available.
Manor Nursery maintains a tradition of growing all summer and winter bedding plants with more than 80% of shrubs and herbaceous grown on site or by our own nurseries, ensuring quality when transferred to your own garden or container.
Other types of flowering plants and shrubs, including heathers and alpines for rockeries, are available plus a range of standard and bush roses.
Specimen trees are in stock with more exotic and unusual plants, hedging, topiary bays, box and tree palms.
Growing your own vegetables and fruit has never been more popular and Manor Nursery’s many seasonal plants such as tomatoes, salad leaves, peppers, chillis and herbs will give you a head start.
Sutton and Kings seeds and Taylors bulbs are also stocked.
Fully trained staff are on hand to give advice on planting, compost and dealing with unwanted pests and diseases. A beautiful range of seasonal filled planters and hanging baskets is on display or can be made to order in containers of your choice.
Even if you don’t have your own garden, you can enjoy quality flowering and foliage plants in your home supplied by Manor Nursery.
Colourful seasonal favourites include long-lasting begonias, cyclamen and saintpaulia or introduce an exotic touch to your living room with a beautiful orchid in a pot.
For those with more space – perhaps in a conservatory – there are yuccas, palms and ferns to enhance your surroundings. Cacti are a specialist interest well catered for at Manor Nursery but, whatever your preference, you can be sure of receiving professional help and advice on your plants from fully-trained staff before and after purchase.
If your business premises lack green credentials or you are looking to hire or buy plants to decorate a corporate event, please inquire about the nursery’s services.
All plants are sourced from local growers or imported from Belgium and Denmark