Thornhayes Nursery Ltd Wholesale & Retail

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  • A combination of plantsmanship and commercial growing skills results in  Thornhayes Nursery having a national reputation for the quality of one of the broadest ranges of woody plants in the UK. This range includes an extensive choice of broadleaf and coniferous amenity trees, hedging and choice shrubs, plus heritage tree fruit varieties.

    The trees are produced to a high quality, with emphasis on a sound root structure and a well formed crown, at a competitive price to appeal to both wholesale and retail customers. All compost used at Thornhayes Nursery is totally peat-free. Trees from Thornhayes Nursery are field and container grown, ranging from whip to heavy standard. Also on offer are multi-stemmed specimens, pleached trees, hedging including large plants for instant effect and clipped topiary.

    The range has been selected over 25 years for high resistance to pests and diseases and ability to perform well under the challenging conditions of the wet and windy South West.

    There is a two acre arboretum on site for customers to seek inspiration in and demonstration orchards.

    Added to this the knowledgeable staff are on hand to provide sound advice and Kevin the owner can be hired for site visits and technical consultancy on all aspects of tree and landscape design and management.

    Offers quality amenity, fruit and hedging trees, field and container-grown from whip to heavy standard size. Advice, site visit and design service available.


  • Address: St Andrews Wood, Dulford
    EX15 2DF
    United Kingdom
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