Welcome

We grow everything in really small quantities so when they’re gone, they’re gone (until next year).

As a tiny operation we don’t have the capacity to post items at the moment, this means that we can only offer local collection and limited local delivery. We’re working towards it so come back soon for an update.

Email nursery@gracelands.garden for information about where we are and how we can get your plants to you.

Everything is grown organically and with no peat in our composts, we also use recycled and recyclable pots where possible.

The latest news

  • 15 tonnes of compost

    Why we use peat free compost, and so should you.

    We only use peat free compost. We also only use organic fertilisers but this is another issue and one that I’m not certain is going to be an ultimately sustainable thing. I’ve been advocating organic compost for many years and am constantly surprised by the number of people who respond with the question “What’s peat?”, […]

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  • Red Campion

    When is a weed not a weed?

    Essentially a weed is classified as a plant that’s in the wrong place, every plant has a home it’s simply that some are there because you choose them to be and others just muscle in on the party. Beyond the normal plants that fall into this category, Dandelion, Thistle, Clover, Herb Robert I have tomato, […]

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  • Cloches

    Bicycle wheel cloches

    This is the time of year when we start to think about protecting some of our more tender plants and vegetables and a time when we start to look at catalogues or shops only to find that there is a vastarray or over priced paraphernalia available to us. When you look at a lot of […]

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  • Lettuce

    The end of winter …

    We start again at the month where I find the optimism for the upcoming seasons is at its most, and the thought that my plans will be anything but perfectly executed is tucked neatly out of sight. I know that the reality is that there will be many failures alongside the successes but that’s no reason, right now, not to be eternally hopeful.

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