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    We are a traditional family run nursery growing plants in a wonderful environment in South Lakeland, within the walls of an old walled garden. We are located approximately 3 miles from junction 36 on the m6. We love to grow our plants propagating many of them ourselves.  All plants are grown as naturally as possible to make sure that they grow well when planted in your garden.

     We are passionate about the wide range of quality plants and as we are also passionate about all wildlife we grow plants as naturally as possible making them ideal for growing on well in your garden.  Our stock is always changing and so it is worth visiting on a regular basis, if possible, so that you have plants in your own garden giving interest and colour all year round.  We are always pleased to give help and advice about the plants or the design of your garden.

    Our nursery is open Tuesday - Sunday 10-4. Mondays by arrangement. 
    We will reopen on Thursday 14th May. To keep everyone safe we will be limiting the number of people. So you maybe asked to wait in your car. There will be a one way system in place, and social distancing rules apply (we have put markers in place) and we are asking people to bring bags and boxes. Wipes for tolleys and baskets are available. We are also supplying gloves. We are currently only accepting card payments - contactless where possible. We are happy for people to email orders that we can get ready for you to collect. 

    We look forward to welcoming you to our nursery soon Cath, Bob and Rachel 

     Mail Order Sales 
    We are happy to offer a mail order service, please have a look at our plant section to see our large range of Paeonias, herbaceous perennials and shrubs. To order please ring us email us at .Please do not send card details by email. Minimum order £25 excluding p&p

    Financial Times
    We appeared in the financial times on the 15th July 2016, which was a real privilege. Robin Lane described us a 'The Small garden nursery with big ideas'. ' Nurseries such as Cath's are the underpinning of our ever-advancing flowery spoils'