In celebration of the fact that BBC Gardeners World has just done a feature on one of our sister National Collections of hardy Chrysanthemums at Hill Close Gardens in Warwick we will have an extra open day for our nursery and gardens on Sunday October 23rd and keep your eyes on this for extra days .We are also open daily until (and including) the 21st Oct and by appointment through November. Ring 01636 636337.
You will be able to see 120 different varieties in flower and the option to buy from the largest range of Hardy Chrysanthemum on offer in Europe!
Welcome to those of you who have found out about us through the early October issue of Country Life, we were delighted with the feature on us. Also welcome to those that saw us in the September / October issue of the Landscape Magazine.
We specialise in rare and unusual herbaceous perennials as well as Cottage Garden Plants, Woodland plants, shade lovers, hardy Chrysanthemums, hardy Geraniums, Hemerocallis, choice bulbs and Grasses. All are grown in our inspirational gardens which are free to look around (except special charity days, when a small fee is payable) whenever the nursery is open. We have the dispersed National collection of Hardy Chrysanthemums and hold over 140 varieties.
Norwell Nurseries and Gardens have again been invited into the highly prestigious Gardens to Visit in 2016 book and website. We are the only gardens featured in Nottinghamshire.
Additional Open Days
Thursday 20 October 2016 at 10:52
The Asters are still in fine fettle as are the grasses in our grassoretum but as we head into late October and November it's the time for the Chrysanthemums to shine! They should be an essential in every garden as they help make winter that bit shorter and as well as gladdening the heart of the gardener they provide much needed late sustenance for bees, butterflies and other late foraging insects. Choose the single or semi-double vars and plant in sun and see the hundreds of bees that crowd them on a mild late autumn day and feel smug that you are helping nature get through the winter. Remember that our Plant Heritage National Collection is of HARDY Chrysanths not the larger, tender exhibition types, so these you leave in the garden all winter and up they come next spring like any other hardy perennial. Due to the interest caused by the BBC Gardeners World programme at one of our sister National Collections (Hill Close Gardens) we are opening on Sunday 23rd Oct for an extra day and may have other extra days later, watch the web site and twitter.
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