Nursery Shop

As well as plants we also sell other items that fit in with our vision of  Quercus: Recycled, vintage, natural and quirky.

All these items are available in the nursery and will vary depending on availability.  We love visiting antique shops and reclamation yards to find interesting items to use in the nursery or to plant up and sell. We enjoy giving customers ideas to use in their own garden that are not expensive and easy to do.

Over time we also plan to stock a range of outdoor pots, compost, garden sundries. and gifts. Items will also vary through the seasons with bulbs for planting in autumn, spring  and bedding.

Large embossed planter with rope handles £16.50

Tall plant support £14.95

Small embossed buckets £6.50

Hanging hearts, £4.95

Zinc planters with rope handles, 4.95, 5.95, 6.95

Quirky birds £7.50

Heart label or seed packet holders  holders £4.95

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Wee shop 2018

Metal plant supports, £13.50

Metal plant supports

Metal plant supports

Terracotta and glazed pots










Twin galvanised pot, perfect for bulbs or indoor £14.95

Aged terracotta pot in basket, £6.60

Pecking Robins £14.95

Mother hen, £44.95, Rooster, £49.95

4 Aged terracotta pot in basket, £22.50

Quercus Garden Plants Gift Vouchers can be spent in the nursery on plants and items in our wee shop. Vouchers can be purchased from £5 upwards. If you require a voucher to be posted out, postage is free.

Gift Voucher

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Aged terracotta pot set£19.95

This workshop will cover the basics of planning and designing a border in your garden, including solving planting problems in your own garden so you can the most from your outdoor space. B

Bring photographs of the area you want to re-design.

This event will cost £30 per person and is restricted to 4 places.

Border design Workshop

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Join us for this workshop where Rona will talk about attracting bats to the garden, what plants to grow and features that will benefit bats. Then David will show you the best bat boxes to put up and where to site them in your garden. He will also give a general talk about the bats we can expect to have in our gardens and if we're lucky he might have one so you can see it up close. Bats are protected species and essential to the ecology of our gardens and green spaces and this workshop will help you play your part. Places cost £25 for this 2 hour workshop. Included in the price is a starter pack of three 9cm plants to get you started attracting insects for bats. David is a respected bat expert who has run his own ecology consultancy for 12 years, mainly specialising in bats.

Bats in the Garden

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Embossed Bucket with handle, 9.95 and Zinc planters in wooden tray

Ceramic flower pots, £4.95, £7.50, £15.50