Grown in England Hillview Hardy Plants 2

Hillview Hardy Plants

Nr Bridgnorth

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  • NCCPG
  • Ornamental Plants
  • .Online Shop
  • Acanthus
  • Auriculas
  • NCCPG Acanthus
  • Perennials
  • Primroses
  • Primulas

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CONTACT DETAILS

                                                           Tel: 01746 716454

                                               Email     hillview@onetel.net

                                                    Worfield, Nr Bridgnorth, Shropshire  WV15 5NT

 

 

About Us
For Cottage Garden perennials; Acanthus, Albuca, Primulas, Auriculas, South African bulbs and many more Hardy Plants, visit our nursery near Worfield in Shropshire. If you use a Satnav, follow it’s directions to Worfield (WV15 5NT) but then, ignore it and follow the brown signs (unless you wish to visit the “Old Folks Home”). Situated near the historic market town of Bridgnorth, with easy access from Wolverhampton, Telford and the M54 (via Albrighton and David Austin Roses), we welcome visitors to our nursery from early spring right through until October.

All our plants are grown and nurtured on site, many from our own stock plants giving us the confidence to assure you that the plants are top quality

Nursery Update
By being creative in your garden, enjoy an “outdoor room” with a party atmosphere, made as colourful as you like with fresh ideas. And why not make gardening the new gym? Why pay hundreds of pounds in gym membership when you can go into your garden and do the same amount of exercise for free, thus leaving the pounds in your pocket and not on your waistline? This will give you the opportunity to improve both your health and your environment. Gardening has never been so easy with an enormous variety of container grown plants to choose from: not only flowers but also vegetables. Why not try growing them together? Visit us at the nursery or give us a call for some ideas.

We will be running RHS partnership days at the nursery: pruning and propagation, spring and autumn (see our events list). In addition, we are running “special event” days including some where part of the proceeds will go to charity, both local and gardening related.

We hope to see many of our customers, both old and new, not only at the nursery but also at the many plant fairs and shows we attend. Don’t forget that you can order plants from us and we can bring them to any event, thus saving you post and packing charges.

If you are struggling to find a particular plant or have any gardening queries, do not hesitate to get in touch as even if we do not stock the plant or know the answer to your question, we can use all our resources and contacts to solve your problems.

We do not have a bespoke tea room but if you would like a cuppa, just ask. (donations to the RSPCA). Our restroom is disabled friendly, as are the outside sales beds. Please ask if you need any assistance such as getting plants from the tunnels.

Dogs are welcome on leads. Please let us know if you would rather our cats and dog stayed indoors during your visit and we will be most happy to oblige as we realise that not everyone shares our love of animals.

Do look around our garden and pond and feel free to pic-nic: there are tables and chairs available for use. If the weather is inclement, do sit in our shop area and if you venture outside, we have plenty of umbrellas.

 

 

Talks
We are available to give talks on the following subjects and if we have enough notice, can tailor one of our talks to you needs/situation, or create a new talk for you. We use a digital projector and can bring our own equipment and plants for sale if you wish.

1.    Plant Hunting on Holiday
2.    South African Bulbs
3.    Herbaceous perennials
4.    Plants for Autumn colour in the garden
5.    Propagation (practical)
6.    The Dry Garden
7.    Primulas and Auriculas
8.    Cannas
9.    An exploration into the world of the Acanthus, including history, influence and other plants in the Acanthus family
10.    Bulbs for the garden throughout the year
11.    Trees for smaller gardens
12.    Plants for wildlife

 

Visits
We are happy to receive daytime or evening visits from gardening clubs, etc. There is room for a coach to park at the end of our lane (by pre arrangement with the farmer) and we can give a talk, guided tour, provide light refreshments or whatever else you may need. Just give us a call for further details. 01746 716 45401746 716 454.

Loyalty Scheme
This is up and running and still costs only £5.00 to join. Benefits include 10% off all purchases at the nursery and previews to our seasonal “sales”.

 

 

 
 
     
     

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