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Macpennys Nurseries

154 Burley Road
Bransgore, BH23 8DB

01425 672348info@macpennys.co.uk

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MacPennys nursery itself was bought around 1934 by Mr. Douglas Lowndes from a lady who grew drought resistant plants and sold them in small pots for one penny each. Her name was Marcia Ashley-Corbett, hence the name MacPennys.

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  • Monday09:00 - 17:00
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  • Sunday10:00 - 17:00

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Linda Collins  2022-05-09 13:47:28

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Ordered a pot of plants for friends birthday she was so pleased with it as plants will flier at different times keeping it colorful . Thank you so much for your help in choosing and delivery .Linda
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keith Robinson 2013-10-15 17:38:49

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Macpenny's, a nursery rather than a garden centre was a welcome and exciting discovery. In an informal setting on the edge of the New Forest, many unusual and rare plants, shrubs and trees can be found. Most of them can also be seen growing in the wooded garden. The quality of the plants themselves is excellent, and the prices very reasonable. If you are into acid-loving plants try the compost made from New Forest bracken: it goes down a treat! The staff are very helpful and know a great deal about what they offer for sale, something which is often lacking elsewhere. You can also do most of your research on the excellent website.
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