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Nurseries & Artisans at our events:

Click the links to see which fairs each nursery is coming to

Alluring Plants

Aluminium Art

Amorosa

Artisan Plant Supports

Ashdale Cottage Garden Plants

Bridge Farm Plants

ChickenStreet

Chris Cooke Plants

Chris Timmins

Colourfence (Solihull)

Conquest Plants Nursery

Cooper & Jones

Cotswold Garden Flowers

CraftyPlants

East of Eden Nursery

Edible Garden Nursery NEW

Edrom Nurseries

Every Picture Tells a Story NEW

Green End Farm Nursery

Green's Leaves

Hall Farm Nursery

Heartsease Plants NEW

Hillview Hardy Plants

Hooksgreen Herbs

John Cullen Gardens

Jurassic Plants

Just Peonies NEW

Linda Scott Hardy Plants

Lovegroves NEW

Lyneal Mill Nursery

Malcolm Allison Plants

Mandsand Plants

Mayfields Plants

Meadow View Plants

Morton Nurseries NEW

Mr D'Arcy's Heritage Fruit Trees

Mynd Hardy Plants

Nature in Steel

North Staffs Hostas

Orchard Furniture

Packhorse Farm Nursery

Penmere Plants

Peter the Bee & Friends NEW

Piecemeal Plants

Plantazia Lincoln

Plantwild

Pottertons Nursery

Rockpots NEW

Roseland House

ShadyPlants.com

SpecialPerennials

Stannard Plants

Stonyford Cottage Nursery

The Cottage Herbery

The Gobbett Nursery

Tissington Nursery

Wildegoose Nursery

Woodside Hardy Plants

Wykeham Gardens

ChickenStreet

All our plants are home grown, either germinated from seeds or propagated from cuttings taken from our existing stock. All are grown in peat free composts. We are constantly looking for new alternatives to peat and have trialed many over the years.

Only organic or natural methods are used for pest control, we re-use pots recovered from recycling schemes locally, and any plastics that go beyond practical use are passed on to a specialist plastics recycler to be made into compounds for drainage pipes etc.

With this mind it seemed only natural for us to fall into the 'naturalistic planting style that we have, and this led to us expanding beyond the boundary of the garden and on to specialising in perennial grasses, native species, and easy care herbaceous perennials.

Coincidentally this proved to be an ideal compliment to chickens in the garden, and just goes to show that poultry proof planting is possible and it's not all dust baths and dock leaves!

Articles by ChickenStreet:

Do Chickens and Gardens Mix? (from our 2017 newsletter)

Contact Details for ChickenStreet

Address

Jill and Andy Cawthray
1 & 3 The Stanyards, 
Whittington, 
Oswestry, 
Shropshire

Phone: 01691 657178

Mobile: 07714 713310

Website: www.chickenstreet.co.uk

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Event details may change - please check here or with venues before travelling. Late changes will be advised here and on Facebook and twitter as soon as possible.