We are are excited to showcase some of the top nurseries that will be selling at our first Specialist Plant Sale at Charlton Farm.
Tortworth Plants is a small, Gloucestershire based nursery owned and run by Tim Hancock and Rebecca Flint. Their range includes unusual alpines and herbaceous perennials along with a selection of more usual garden favourites. Tim and Rebecca are both knowledgeable plantsmen and their plants are top quality.
Tom’s Yard supplies the most fantastic high quality Cretan pots. Based in Herefordshire Thomas will also be bringing along Niwaki gardening tools, plant tags, Scottish jute twine and wild flower seed. Thomas is a great enthusiast and knows his pots!
The Gobbett are growers of shrubs, perennials, Japanese & Siberian Iris, flowering dogwoods, and Syringa plus so much more. The nursery is situated between the Clee Hills in Shropshire and is run by Chris and Gordon Link
Malcolm Allison Plants are a small specialist nursery near Cheltenham. Malcolm specialises in drought tolerant plants and has a great collection of beautiful hardy and half hardy plants.
Riverside Bulbs from Suffolk is owned and run by Matt and Imogen Long. They will be bringing their collection of spring plant bulbs. They’re a great source of advice and knowledge.
Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants is very much a family-run nursery, offering an unrivalled selection of 1,200 varieties of herbaceous perennials, from proven garden favourites to the more unusual and noteworthy. All of which are grown outside in peat free compost, at our 13 acre site in the beautiful Hampshire village of Freefolk.
Rosy and Bob are dedicated plantaholics who really enjoy growing an exciting range of high quality plants that will thrive in your garden, whatever its situation or conditions, and make you smile. Together with the team back at the nursery, they have achieved many awards over the years including an outstanding 24 RHS Chelsea Gold Medals.
Entrance to the garden and specialist plant fair is £6 which will be donated to The Simon Rivett-Carnac Trust for mental health with a focus on horticultural therapy.