Phone: 01502 478258
Mobile: 07802 507693
Woottens of Wenhaston
The Iris Field
Please remember the nursery is not open to the public 7 days a week. We are open the first weekend of each month from March-Nov. See our Events Page for full details.
How to find us
By car – We are signposted off the A12 just south of Blythburgh. Or if travelling from Halesworth turn right off the Southwold B1123 at Blyford towards Wenhaston. The nursery is now located on the main ‘Hall Road’ in Wenhaston 500 yards past the turning to Blackheath Road on the right heading towards the A12. Our nearest landmark is the wonderful Wenhaston Star Public House.
By public transport – Regular trains run from London to Halesworth via Ipswich. A connecting bus service travels from Halesworth to Southwold hourly via Wenhaston and stops just outside the nursery!
The Woottens Team
Woottens Nursery is now run by an enthusiastic team of staff who have worked for the nursery for as many as 15 years. They are led by two dedicated managers Gillian Morris & Luci Skinner. Read all about our staff below:
Luci Skinner – Manager
Luci has worked at Woottens for over 7 years & was previously a florist for 8 years. Starting in Woottens mail order then growing and propagating the nurseries Pelargonium collection and finally managing the nursery. RHS trained, Luci’s passion for plants is contagious and she does regular talks to local gardening clubs and runs the nursery floristry courses. You’ll see her at all major events and she’s usually the friendly voice at the other end of the phone.
Mail Order Manager
Woottens Nursery was established 25 years ago by the charismatic and passionate plantsman Michael Loftus. When Michael passed away in 2012 the nursery was taken on by his wife Lizzy and continued to grow and evolve as Mike’s legacy. To read more about the nurseries beginnings go to our ‘About Us’ page.
This nursery has housed an array of mascots over the years from cats, bees, chickens, dogs, hedgehogs and even the odd Jackdaw! Read more about our animal loving antics on our Wildlife Page