Not often we see snow here in North Devon but today is has been a white out..



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#Snowdrops, #Galanthus


Despite the rain and grey days they are at last lengthening out.. a little cheer from our snowdrops and the buds of Magnolia holding future promise always helps.

New Year New catalogue

A new year stretches ahead of us with all the excitements to come – first up – our catalogue is now ready and if you would like to receive it just drop us an email with your details and we will post out free of charge.

Lots of new and exciting plants listed within for Westcountry Nurseries


Happy New Year to all our customers

Another very mild winter so far, down south anyway – our Daphne bholua ‘Jacqueline Postill’ is full out in flower with a heady fragrance by my office door.

Looking forward to a successful year and #Chelseaflowershow in 2018 with our lupins

Huge congratulations to Charles Williams at #Caerhays for his VMH award from #RoyalHorticultureSociety. And one of my favourite gardens in the South West; lots of interesting talks on Magnolia, Camellia and rare shrubs.

Christmas 2017

A beautiful day and even better sunset tonight as the run up to Christmas begins. Walking the coast recently, these sheep lined up in a row – what are the odds!  A beautiful blue sky too – great weather for planting up those Christmas presents now being sent out by us here

Don’t forget vouchers are a great present too!

Dried flowers – Helichrysum

These lovely flowers are used for many dried flower displays such as the swag at #Killerton.. National Trust in Devon.

We also stock Statice used for this purpose –  Have a look at our website for ideas and gift vouchers for #Christmas

Sorbus splendour

It has not been a good year for autumn colour – we only had half our average sunlight for October. However there are compensations – have a look at our website for your planting plans- lots of new ones coming soon!

Silver backs of Sorbus leaves and berries