Summer in the Plant Centre

Acers for sale in the Plant Centre

With everything from plants and garden furniture to tools and equipment, you'll find everything you need to get gardening this summer at Nymans.

Brighten up your garden with an Acer
Acers for sale in the Plant Centre
Brighten up your garden with an Acer

Inspiration to suit every garden 

Our friendly team can help with your gardening questions, and advise on the right product for your needs. There are more than just plants to tempt you, we also sell a selection of garden furniture, a full range of garden pots and tempting decorative items to enhance your garden.

Spring gardening inspiration at Nymans
Gardening tools available at Nymans
Spring gardening inspiration at Nymans

Summer gardening 

We have everything you need to make your summer splendid, from herbs, veggie plants, hanging baskets and container plants to flowering shrubs, roses and trees

Home grown plants from Nymans own nursery
Nymans nursetry
Home grown plants from Nymans own nursery

Nymans collection

For a lasting memory of your visit…take a piece of Nymans home. Look out for our special ‘pink pots’ with plants propagated in our own on site nursery, using plants from the beautiful gardens at Nymans.

Trees are new to the plant centre this year
Trees in the plant centre in autumn
Trees are new to the plant centre this year

Branching out 

New to Nymans Plant Centre this year is an extensive range of ornamental trees; from spectacular autumn leaf colour to evergreen conifers we have something for every garden. Why not extend the season with winter flowering witch hazels or Christmas box?

Why are peat-free plants important?

Peat is an important natural resource, providing carbon storage and natural flood defences. However, it has also historically been popular with gardeners as a growing medium for their plants. The National Trust has had peat-free gardens for years, and now you can do the same by shopping at Nymans Plant Centre

The ruins in autumn

Nymans needs you 

Over the coming years we hope to raise £100,000 to undertake further repairs and create a new garden in the ruined Great Hall. But we need your help to do it.