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We are still moving our nursery, but we are still open most days, if you are local and see the gate open, please do pop in! If you are coming any distance or are interested in specific plants or have a plant list please ring us on 07890 527744 or email before visiting to check availability and to make sure we're around and available to help you.  Our exotic plants and shrubs are currently not available to browse, but we are happy to get plants together with prior notice for you to view at the nursery.  

We are still processing mail orders as normal, with delivery within 14 working days. Orders over £25 to postcodes IP1 to IP8 and CO10 (Sudbury, Hadleigh and Ipswich areas) are eligible for our Free Local Delivery service. There is no minimum charge for Click and Collect.

Conservatory and Sunroom Plants

We probably use the term Conservatory Plants a bit too freely – after all, plants were around long before conservatories, and with a bit of ingenuity, it is amazing the number of ‘conservatory’ plants you can grow - without a conservatory! A sun-lounge, porch or gently heated greenhouse will be appreciated by many medium-sized plants and some smaller plants can be accommodated on a windowsill.

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Crassula species

Crassula species£6.50

Yet to be identified, this vigourous spreading succulent sports tight clusters of red-edged green leaves. Great for a shallow bowl, or even planted out in a sunny border for the summer

Cyperus esculenta

Cyperus esculenta£5.50

Chufa, Tiger Nut

A frost tender sedge, with umbrella like flowers. Produces edible tubers called Tiger Nuts.

Cyperus papyrus

Cyperus papyrus£6.50

Papyrus makes a wonderful specimen for a warm conservatory, stood in a shallow tray of water. It can be placed outdoor for the summer in a warm sunny sheltered location.

Dicliptera sericea

Dicliptera sericea£6.50

Hummingbird Bush

A low spreading shrub with grey leaves and spikes of upward facing, bright red, tubular flowers in summer. Hardy in mild gardens with good drainage.

Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea'

Dodonaea viscosa 'Purpurea'£7.00

Evergreen shrub from New Zealand with very attractive red-purple foliage. For fertile, well drained soil in sun to part shade. Drought and pollution tolerant. Small flowers may be folowed by papery seed pods. Good for coastal and frost free gardens.


Drimiopsis maculata£6.50

Little White Soldiers, African False Hosta

A curious little bulbous plant with fleshy, spotted, hosta-like leaves and spikles of small white flowers in April to May.

Epiphyllum  'Red'

Epiphyllum 'Red'£6.50

Orchid Cactus

Varietal name unknown. This vigorous plant produces beautiful deep red flowers on spiny trailing stems.

Fuchsia  'Bryan Breary'

Fuchsia 'Bryan Breary'£6.50

An encliandra cultivar with small leaves and small flowers. Likes soil based compost and cool frost-free conditions with a moist atmosphere.

Haemanthus albiflos

Haemanthus albiflos£6.50

Royal Paint Brush, April Fool

An evergreen bulb from South Africa. Flowers in late autumn consist of numerous small flowers with long white filaments topped with orange anthers.

Homalocladium platycladum

Homalocladium platycladum£6.50

Tapeworm/Centipede Plant

A strange shrub from tropical regions with curious flattened and jointed stems which give rise to the common names Tapeworm/ Centipede plant or ribbon bush.

Ipomoea alba

Ipomoea alba£5.00


A tender climber with beautiful large, funnel-shaped white flowers which are very sweetly scented at night. Can be grown up an obelisk in a large pot either as a summer patio or conservatory specimen. Keep above 10C.

Ipomoea indica

Ipomoea indica£6.50

Perennial Morning Glory, Blue Dawn Flower

Vigorous climber with stunning blue Convolvulus-like flowers amidst lovely, soft heart shaped leaves all summer. Tender but can be grown outside in a big pot between June and September

Justicia aurea

Justicia aurea£6.50

Brazilian Plume

Upright tender perennial with large heads of drooping, tubular yellow flowers.

Justicia carnea

Justicia carnea£6.50

Brazilian Plume Flower

Tender shrub of open habit with green leaves and spectacular, large plumes of bright pink tubular flowers from mid summer-autumn.

Kalanchoe brachyloba

Kalanchoe brachyloba£6.50

Name not certain. Previously listed as K. pinnata. An upright branching plant with large fleshy red-tinged leaves with wavy margins.

Kalanchoe pinnata

Kalanchoe pinnata£6.50

Cathedral Bells, Life Plant, Miracle Leaf

Capable of making a tall plant, with the ability to produce baby plants along the edges. Clusters of large pink pendant flowers Keep frost free and out of direct sun under glass.

Kalanchoe rauhii

Kalanchoe rauhii£7.00

A cross between Kalanchoe rosei subsp. variifolia and K. delagoensis (tubiflora) delagoensis. Upright stems are clothed with serrated fleshy leaves, each producing plantlets along the edges. Umbels of nodding salmon flowers, probably in spring.

Leonotis leonurus v albiflora

Leonotis leonurus v albiflora£6.50

White Wild Dagga, White Lion's Ear

The rare form of the Wild Dagga with white tubular furry flowers held in whorls up the stem in late summer. Makes a nice specimen for a summer patio or large conservatory.

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