Plants are at the centre of what we do. We pride ourselves in selling the best quality plants at very competitive prices. We grow a lot of our own plants as well as buying predominantly from local East Anglia suppliers.
We have a wealth of experience and knowledge about plants and gardening in the local area – and we are always happy to give advice.
Sturmer Nurseries is a member of the Horticultural Trades Association.
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Special offer on cottage garden plants and wild flowers
Plants keep on arriving at Sturmer Nurseries this month, including the first appearance of herbs and vegetables. There should be plenty of cottage garden plants to choose from now, plus more shrubs and climbers.
One of our favourite plant fairs takes place at the start of this month, so we shall be ordering the best of what is on offer. If possible we like to see plants before we buy them to ensure the quality of our stock.
Don't forget Mothering Sunday. The Mum in a Million rose is always popular, and we will also have a good choice of cards and gifts inside the shop.
Night-time temperatures can be tricky until the end of May, so be sure to buy some fleece for your plants.
Find out more about the famous Sturmer Pippin apple, first found in our village nearly 200 years ago and now available for sale from us.
Find out more about our gardening hints and tips for March >
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Time to get chitting ...
Our seed potatoes are now in.
We have over 20 varieties for you to choose from - including first earlies, second earlies, main crop and salad in 2.5kg nets.
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Plants, compost, pots - we've got the lot. Check out this section for an overview of all the gardening products we stock.
New for 2017
Our new covered sales area is very handy for keeping the frost off some of our more showy plants.
Currently home to pansies, violas, primulas and polyanthus - if you fancy a bit of winter cheer!