Seed Potatoes, Shallots, Onions & Garlic You just can't beat the taste of fresh, home-grown, potatoes! Grow your own and taste the difference! Find Out More
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Plant of
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Orchids are surprisingly easy to grow and care for & make a stunning, colourful addition to any home throughout the year

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Nick Bailey

'365 Days of Colour in Your Garden'

Arnside Horticultural Society in conjunction with Beetham Nurseries present a talk by Nick Bailey on Monday 25th March. Tickets available from Neville Jackson.

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Take a Look Around

Plants are our passion, we've been growing our own for over 30 years!

We pride ourselves on being different. We invite you to come and discover the unusual, the rare, the beautiful and the quirky! Visit our traditional retail plant nursery (now closed for winter), have a bite to eat in the Garden Cafe, explore our new Home & Lifestyle space, discover our new Food Hall (stocked with fresh local produce and artisanal goodies!) or unwind in our Tearoom with a freshly ground coffee.

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Tips from the Nursery Manager

Time To Plan!

Now is the perfect time to begin making plans for the year ahead. Sketch out what to grow where in your garden - after all, preparation is key!

Recycle Your Real Christmas Tree

If you can't replant your real Christmas tree, recycle it by shredding it for mulch. Use the chips around your plants, in your compost bin, or on slippery garden paths.

Protect From Frost

With frosts become more frequent, be sure to protect gardens from colder conditions. Cover more vulnerable plants, and protect your greenhouse and container plants with bubble wrap.

Look After Garden Wildlife

Give garden wildlife a helping hand during the colder months. Watch out for hedgehogs, keep garden ponds accessible and frost free, and feed the birds (high energy foods such as suet and fat balls work well at this time of year).

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