home and garden


Tucked away in the Architectural Cafe, you'll find our shop which is full of tempting wares for you, your home and your garden.

We've taken the same amount of care selecting products for our shop as we do selecting our plants. You'll find a variety of goodies sourced from artisanal makers from around the British Isles as well as some sourced responsibly from further afield.

If you're unable to pop into our nursery, do give us a call as we may be able to post some of these items out to you.

Something to read

Such is our passion for horticulture, we not only work with plants all day but we thoroughly enjoy reading about them in our down-time.

We have collated a selection of some of our favourite books in our shop.
 

Something to use

We stock a range of quality Japanese tools which will keep your garden trimmed to perfection. 

Each tool is engineered to make use both comfortable and easy - they're the tools that we use everyday here on the nursery.

Something to send 

Our range of cards, wrap and notebooks are produced by artists, Angie Lewin and Louise Harding. We can scarcely get them on the shelves fast enough.
 

Something handmade

We stock a variety of handmade homewares and accessories inspired by nature and created by UK-based artists. 

Included in our range are linen teatowels, aprons and bags featuring botanical prints by Cornish textile designer, Helen Round and marine-inspired ceramic tea light holders crafted by Adam at 11 Rugby Road.

Something scented

When you walk into our shop, you'll be welcomed by the subtle scent of Parkminster candles. 

Each candle is made by hand in Partridge Green by Krystyna using traditional methods and natural soy wax. Scents range from delicate Orange Blossom to the more masculine Woodland and everything between.

Something soothing

Gardeners hands tend to get a bit of a battering, particularly during the colder months. Fortunately, we have a range of treatments by Sting in the Tail which will restore hardworking hands in no time.

Based in the Lake district, Sting in the Tail use as many UK-sourced components as possible to go into their products.

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