About Big Plant Nursery
A potted history...
Big Plant Nursery are specialist growers and importers of hardy exotic plants including hardy exotic and architectural trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. We grow a wide range of bamboos, Japanese maples, Palms and stunning birch trees along wth a wide selection of Ginkgo varieities. We are located just 40 miles south of London in West Sussex and only 15 minutes from the coast.
Started in early 2000, the nursery has gone from strength to strength, constantly increasing the range of plants year on year, as well as increasing the amount we grow ourselves. We do bring in a selection of specimen plants from abroad but we will always endeavour to buy the plants from the nursery that has grown them, rather than buying through a middleman. All of the imported plants at the nursery have been hand chosen by us, so you can be assured of the quality and provenance of the plants.
The staff at the nursery are all passionate about the plants and will be more than willing to give you any help or advice that you may need.
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What Our Customers Say
Sue Bancroft on 1 Jun 2017
Received the 3 bambooamp39s ordered last week. Safely packed and very healthy when removed. These are destined for 3 containers against a fence, should look lovely. Recommended.
Josephine Stewart on 24 May 2017
Thanks to Tim and all the team for processing my order in time to be a birthday present. The plants arrived in super condition, and the birthday girl was absolutely delighted with them!
Chris Paterson on 16 Mar 2016
Extremely pleased with my palm, arrived in great condition, very fast delivery and well packed will be purchasing another from you!
- Big Plant Nursery Limited
- Hole Street
- West Sussex
- RH20 3DE
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If you have time please look at our links page, amongst the horticultural information there are 2 things that we feel passionate about. The state of our seas and the fish and birds that depend on them, please sign up for Hugh's Fish Fight Campaign and if you can help support the RSPB's fight to save the Albatross.