Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree.... All Pot Grown & Fresh Cut Christmas Trees Available Now Find Out More
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas..... Join us on one of our many festive events. Make a luxury Christmas wreath, visit Santa & more! Find out More
kick back and relax in our Garden Cafe The perfect place for a refreshing snack or lunch with friends Garden Cafe

Plant of
the Month


Hellebores - a welcome addition in December & January; a time when little else is in flower. Add instant winter colour!

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Orchid Weekend 2019

12th & 13th January 2019

Ever wanted to grow orchids, but didn't know where to start? If so, this free weekend is for you!

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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

Choose Your Perfect Christmas Tree

We now have a large selection of premium grade pot grown and fresh cut Christmas trees available. Choose from Nordmann Fir, Noble Fir, Norway Spruce, Fraser Fir, Blu Spruce, Lodge Pole Pine, Koreana and more.

Fruit Trees

Now's a great time to pick and plant fruit trees. We have a selection of British grown fruit available.

Spring Flowering Bulbs Now Available!

It may seem early to think of spring but a good gardener thinks ahead. We now have a comprehensive selection of spring flowering bulbs in stock.

Cutting Back

Now is a good time to cut back overhanging plants, as well as perennials which are past their best. You can also cut back herbs to encourage fresh, tasty leaves before winter arrives.

Lawn Care

Keep on top of raking out moss, thatch and fallen leaves; regularly fork grass to aerate and improve drainage; and apply a good autumn fertiliser to encourage strong root development if you haven't done so already.

All Tips
A Guide To Real Christmas Trees: Which To Buy & How To Look After Them
A Guide to Spring Flowering Bulbs
Job Vacancies: We're Hiring!
Christmas At Beetham Nurseries