Nurseries & Artisans 2024:

See which fairs each nursery is attending:


A Love Blossoms


Alison Hayhurst Willow NEW


Allie Pottinger Watercolours NEW


Amorosa Enterprises


Arrowsmith Woodwork


Artisan Plant Supports


Bridge Farm Plants


Brocton Leys Organic Garden


ChickenStreet


Chris Cooke Plants


Cliff Bank Nursery


Conquest Plants Nursery


Cotswold Garden Flowers


Cottage Memories


Di's Glassworks and Smithy NEW


Dibleys


DJA Plants


Fayrefield Plant Nursery NEW


53a The Hideaway


Freckles & Flora NEW


Green End Farm Nursery


Green's Leaves


Guest Home and Garden


Heartsease Plants


Hillview Hardy Plants


Hooksgreen Herbs


Ian & Teresa Moss


John Cullen Gardens


Jurassicplants Nurseries


Kura Ilera NEW


Linda Scott Hardy Plants


Long Acre Plants NEW


Lovegroves


Lyneal Mill Nursery


Malcolm Allison Plants


Malvern Savlia Collection


Maverick Garden Art NEW


Mayfields Plants


Meadow Days Nursery


Meadowmakers


Middlemoor NEW


Morton Nurseries


Mr D'Arcy's Heritage Fruit Trees


North Staffs Hostas


Orchard Furniture


Ox Eye Daisy


Penmere Plants


Peter the Bee & Friends


Piecemeal Plants


Plant Lovers Garden


Pottertons Nursery


Primrose Bank


Priorswood Clematis NEW


Prized Perennials


Rainbow Eucalyptus


Rebecca Christian NEW


Roseland House


Rosemeade Nurseries


ShadyPlants.com


Sophia Davenport


SpecialPerennials


Stannard Plants


Stonyford Cottage Nursery


Stuart Marsh Sculptures


The Edible Garden Nursery NEW


The Kokedama Llama NEW


The Lavender Pot NEW


The Gobbett Nursery


Thomasson Farms NEW


Tinker and Fix


Tissington Nursery


Tom's Yard NEW


Meadowmakers

Our nursery, on the banks of the River Trent, near Sherwood Forest, and all of our customer services, are run by Ed. ​

Ed Cook is the third generation of Nurserymen in the family, but the passion for native wildflowers and restoring native habitat started 20 years ago. He graduated as a Master in Biochemistry (Oxford) and had a 20 -year career in the police. Pursuing his hobby he created numerous wildflower habitats during that time, and now we have come together as a family to start a business doing what we love, instead of a hobby fitted around work! As a family, we've experimented (in different parts of the country) with sowing wildflower habitats and meadows; mostly unsuccessfully. We then starting trying planting, but like most people started with cheap mini-plugs and didn't get the look we intended! ​ It was our other interest in growing native trees and shrubs, that led to the idea of growing perennial wildflowers to a much bigger size for sale, using root-trainers (commonly used for shrubs).

 

Contact Ed at Meadowmakers

Website: www.meadowmakers.co.uk

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