The Norfolk Nursery Network was established in 2005, with the aim of making it easier for garden enthusiasts to find the best, local, independent nurseries in Norfolk.
Culinary, medicinal and aromatic herb plants for your garden, patio or window ledge.
Extensive collections of hardy geraniums and ornamental grasses, and a wide selection of unusual perennials and woodland plants.
A specialist nursery holding one of the finest selections of topiary, ornamental standards and specimen trees and shrubs
Specialist clematis growers with many beautiful and unusual cultivars from the rare to the well-known; Chelsea Gold Medallists.
Stocks a wide range of palms, bamboo, yuccas, cannas, gingers, aroids, grasses, ferns and unusual trees and shrubs and perennials.
A selection of perennials, shrubs, grasses, alpines, woodland plants and drought tolerant plants set in parkland walled garden.
A traditional plant nursery just outside the beautiful market town of Aylsham
Britain’s foremost charity concerned with the conservation of garden plants.
The UK’s leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting gardening.
A working list of all known plant species, based on a collaborative project between the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew and the Missouri Botanical Garden
If you are interested in plants, or enjoy exchanging gardening ideas and experiences with fellow gardeners, why not visit the Cottage Garden Society web site?
If you appreciate the finer things in life The Blue Jay Press is an excellent cornucopia of printed delights.
An outstanding visual reference on primulas from all over the world - over 3,000 digital images to enjoy, many showing plants growing in the wild.
We are also proud to be associated with Alex Brenner Photography, expert in stage and event photography.
One of the UK's most comprehensive link directories for gardening and plant related supplies and services.
In addition to original paintings and reproductions, Kate and Hannah can incorporate any image or text as a design on an object or painting. Your favourite animal on a lampbase or tray, a motif or pattern in a fabric reproduced on a piece of furniture, the ideas are almost limitless