Plants, flowers, shrubs and trees galore
You can buy the best selection of plants, shrubs, trees and flowers, interesting and unusual plants from our award-winning nurseries, including many Chelsea Gold Medal winners. All the nurseries are genuine growers dedicated to offering the highest quality plants. Here’s who’s signed up to join us in 2020 so far:
A wide range of hardy herbaceous, hardy ferns and grasses grown in Kent since 1997.
New for 2021, local family-run nursery based in Starcoss, growing willow, wildlife and culinary and medicinal herbs.
local international floristry school based just outside Exeter who are making a giant Flower Crown at the festival.
Large range of perennials, clematis and shrubs, plus lots of new and unusual varieties, all grown in their North Devon nursery.
Gardens of Japan and Exclusive Garden Design
specialist acer grower, plus hydrangea and orchids.
Gold-medal award-winning nursery from Cornwall, specialising in restio and plants from the southern hemisphere.
Herbs and edibles from seed using organic and sustainable methods grown in Gloucestershire. Over 100 varieties, peat-free compost and locally sourced.
Unusual and hard-to-find fruits, rare woody ornamental trees and shrubs, edible ornamental trees, bonsai starters, autumn and winter-flowering plants, dwarf figs and pomegranites, Mediterranean patio shrubs.
Based in Cornwall, Lilies and Chillies grows an outstanding selection of perennial plants & bulbs; some unusual, some rare and some simply traditional and of course lilies and chillies. You can be assured of well grown plants as well as knowledgeable advice on the choice and care of your plants if you need it!
A hardy herbaceous perennial plant nursery based in the heart of the Taw Valley. They specialise in unusual plants for woodland gardens and shady places, also cottage garden plants, alpines and old-fashioned roses.
New for 2021, succulent nursery based in Branscombe, all grown on site plus aeonium, echeveria, sedum, greenovia and more!
Beautiful bulbs, dahlia, gladioli and agapanthus from award-winning Chelsea Flower Show favourite.
Plants for Small Gardens
Dwarf hardy plants suitable for today’s smaller gardens, including rockery and alpine plants and a range of slow-growing shrubs. Everything grown on their nursery in Devon.
Beautiful range of potted roses
Nursery specialising in camellia, based in Torquay. It’s a nursery which has earned itself a much envied reputation over the years and a hugely popular regular at Toby’s Garden Fest.
Traditional Cornish nursery offering a huge range of well-tended plants, traditional and exotic varieties. The vast majority of stock is grown on site, including many perennials, shrubs, alpines, hedging and trees, plus bedding and patio plants.
New for 2021 – Taw Valley Organics
Formed in 2020, a North Devon nursery specialising in organic perennials and shrubs, with the nursery run on plastic free and sustainable principles,
A popular ever present at the Powderham festival, Tortworth Plants produce a range of alpines and herbaceous perennials, including some rare and unusual varieties, plus those classic favourites. They have a plant to suit any garden. All plants are grown on their nursery which is located in Gloucestershire.
Award winning nursery selling a range of climbers to suit indoors and outdoors, also National Collection holder of passiflora.
A nursery specialising in the unusual. Based at Matford near Exeter, the nursery is just a few years old but has a fantastic reputation for quality and range of stock. The nursery sells a wide variety of plants from large to small and tropical to English garden with all the plants having a top quality feel.
This is a mother and daughter team growing a wonderful selection of native British wildflowers, bee and butterfly friendly perennials and scented shrubs. They will be bringing along a high quality range of philadelphus, buddleias tree lupins and perennial sticks.
“We’d like to thank you for a wonderful day out. So many plants and such a lovely atmosphere. The back seat of the coach home looked like our own mini garden festival with everything we had bought”
Ann Davies, Portleven Gardening Club