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Like many specialists plant nursery operations, Abbey Brook grew out of hobby which started with 6 plants in 1947. The nursery began trading as Abbey Brook in 1956 whilst founder Brian Fearn was a student of Botany at Sheffield University. It became a full time nursery on his graduation in 1959.
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- Monday06:00 - 06:00
- Tuesday06:00 - 06:00
- Wednesday13:00 - 16:00
- Thursday13:00 - 16:00
- Friday13:00 - 16:00
- Saturday13:00 - 17:00
- Sunday13:00 - 17:00
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Tina 2022-05-03 09:50:01
I found my visit to Abbey Brooke nursery absolutely mesmerising, so many cacti and Succulents that I'd never seen before! It was all my Christmases rolled into one, absolutely wonderful! The couple that run the nursery ( sorry I can't remember your names) are wonderful, very very knowledgeable about their plants,there's no pressure at all, you're left to wonder around at your leisure. In their national collection of plants in their show nursery was astounding, plants that I can only assume are tens of years or even hundreds of years old! Prices are very very good even for some of their large specimen plants. If you love cacti and Succulents then the Abbey Brooke nursery is definitely the place to visit. You certainly won't find a bigger collection of cacti in any garden centre!!!
Holly 2021-07-10 14:41:31
Had a lovely time at the nursery, thought it was fantastic.
marilyn needham 2019-02-25 19:56:00
Last year I went to the nursery for the first time, with a list of what I wanted, and dragging my husband behind me! It is a huge place with three big greenhouses (if I remember rightly) They were full of specimens that were very big, a good age, and still healthy, ones that were small but perfectly formed, and ones that had been repotted from their mother plant. I found most that were on my list, and even some that I didn't know I wanted , 'til I saw them! I had a brilliant time, even my husband enjoyed himself, even pointing out plants, just in case I missed them. PS. I am hoping to go back for another visit very soon, aren't we love.