We are closed today, Tuesday February 6th due to high winds. Reopening as normal on Wednesday.
Opening hours - 7 days a week, 10am - 4pm (during snowdrop season).
Welcome to Exedra Nursery, an inspiring new independent plant centre in the heart of the Cotswolds. Located at the much-loved Painswick Rococo Garden, we are a traditional nursery growing most of our plants on site – 300 different types of herbaceous perennials no less! They include the cottage garden classics as well as the more unusual.
Our perennials are grown outside so you can be sure they are tough, hardy and used to the local climate. We use only peat-free compost in our production and don’t use any pesticides or herbicides.
We also stock quality plants from other UK nurseries and these include shrubs, climbers, herbs and David Austin Roses.
During snowdrop season, we sell a range of pot-grown galanthus, all good garden doers, as well as other spring flowering bulbs – all grown in peat-free compost – including iris, crocus, alliums, daffodils and tulips to name a few.
Our beautiful shop offers a carefully selected range of gardening accessories, seeds, indoor pots and vases, and tools from Niwaki. We’re stockists for Whichford Pottery, Muntons Traditional Plant Supports and C.Atherley, the new range of body care products from Cath Kidston that guarantee to keep those gardening hands looking great!
We are right next to the Rococo Garden but have our own access so there are no fees to use the nursery. You can also visit the on-site café without having to pay to go into the garden. Why not combine plant shopping with coffee and cake or lunch but, if you want to visit the garden, please check the Rococo Garden’s website for opening times as they may differ from our own. For directions to us, please see here.
We very much look forward to welcoming you but in the meantime, if you have any queries about plants for your garden, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also sign up below to our newsletter to be the first to hear about plans for the coming year – including an exciting events programme - and to get our popular, monthly reminder of what jobs to do in the garden.