We are happy to announce that the nursery is open again and it's back to normal with our Thursday and Friday opening from 9th August. Please note the garden will remain closed.

To our customers who are waiting on mail order, we won't be sending out plants until the autumn.


We'll be at Wyken Farmers' Market on Saturday 11th and 18th August. It will be our first time at the fabulous Bury St Edmunds Farmers' Market on Sunday 12th August.

Orders for bare-root hardy perennials are now being taken.

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Bellflower Nursery is open Thursdays and Fridays 10 till 4

Bellflower Nursery is run by husband and wife team, Sue and Simon Wooster. Between them they also run the garden design arm of the business.

The nursery is in The Walled Garden, Langham Hall, near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP31 3EE.

Nearby Wyken Vineyards stocks a wide range of Bellflower Nursery hardy plants and shrubs at The Leaping Hare country store.


For contact details and directions, please see our Contact page.

REDUCING OUR PLASTIC USAGE – a notice to our customers

Our new season is fast approaching and our thoughts at Bellflower Nursery are turning to slowly but surely losing a good part of our plastic usage. Historically the horticultural industry has been heavily reliant on plastic and we feel we must do something to change this.

As a small first step, customers buying our plants will be offered a choice regarding the pot. We will be happy to keep the plastic pot and decant the plants into newspaper and put them into bags customers bring along. We reuse the pot to grow on another one of our plants.

As an extra incentive, 10p will be taken off the price of each plant purchased without a plastic pot. There will be collection boxes for our chosen charities
should customers wish to donate. This system of recycling means we avoid buying new pots and our customers won’t stockpile plastic ‘empties’ at home. We are also looking into our labelling methods. Customers are always very complimentary about our handwritten black labels, but once again they are plastic. We’ll keep you posted on this...