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The Plantsman's Nursery
Looking across Woottens Nursery towards the Potting Shed
We were established 25 years ago by the charismatic Michael Loftus.

Situated in rural Suffolk nestled on the edge of the village, the Nursery has one of the largest collections of herbaceous hardy perennials in East Anglia.

We also specialise in Bearded Irises, Hemerocallis, Auriculas, Pelargoniums, Hardy Geraniums, Violas and Snowdrops.

With a dedicated team of plant enthusiasts, a border design scheme and an efficient mail order service Woottens truly is the plantsman’s nursery.
"I drove for seven hours through a monumental cloudburst; the
journey was worth it. Woottens is a beautiful nursery."
Anna Pavord,
The Independent
iris bearded

Courses at Woottens

2015 Courses

Garden History
Vegetable Planting
Basic Floristry
Meadow Planting
The Scented Garden
Plant Naming
Grasses
Propagation
Border Design
Pruning
and many more


With horticultural experts
Lucille Thacker and Neil Ludmon

Click here to see full course list and prices
Email the nursery for more details

Horticultural Talks

By Woottens Experienced Staff

We offer horitcultural talks to local Gardening Clubs
within East Anglia on a range of subjects including -

Propagation
Irises
Pelargoniums
The Herbaceous Border
Seasonal Planting
Iris history
and much more


Talks cost £40 plus travel costs
We bring plants to sell and offer
individual advice

Email the nursery to book or find out more 

Grand Hellebore Sale

 
35% off all our Hellebores until 29th January

These winter flowering plants are at their best from January - March. Clusters of buds appear on the surface of the soil that eventually push up to reveal luxurious single or double flowers in pinks, reds, whites and blacks. Cut off the larger leaves when buds appear to allow the flowers to thrive. 
Orientalis hybrids are considered the most sumptuous of the genus but other species such as x nigercors, foetidus and niger (the Christmas Rose) all have their own individual characteristics to admire. This year I'm in love with 'Emma' a hybrid between H.niger and H.corsicus (syn. argutifolius) with strong glaucus foliage and tight bundles of pink buds that produce large white flowers. Highly floriferous and long lasting.

Click here to view and order

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