40 years in business, Woolpit Nurseries

40 years in Business

40 Years in Business Woolpit Nurseries celebrate 40 years in business on 10th October 2018. In 1978 Bob and Pam Jackson bought an existing tomato nursery in Woolpit, which they then expanded into bedding plants and hanging baskets some 25 years ago. Their daughter Catherine and son-in-law Andrew Brain joined the business in 2002 and…
A growth business Woolpit Nurseries

A Growth Plant Nurseries Business

Article as featured in Bury & West Suffolk Magazine October 2018 headlined ‘A Growth Business‘ about Woolpit Nurseries Growth Plant Nurseries business. The feature article read as below: It’s all grow at Woolpit Nurseries and that’s just the way the family behind one of West Suffolk’s most successful independent garden-plant businesses like it! Initially taken on…
Woolpit Nurseries Family business

Woolpit Nurseries Family business in Suffolk

WOOLPIT NURSERIES FAMILY BUSINESS IN SUFFOLK Published in Suffolk Magazine, October 2017 Spotlight on Woolpit Nurseries Family Business How and when was Woolpit Nurseries established? The business was set up in 1978 by Bob and Pam to grow tomatoes commercially. Moving on in 1993 to growing bedding plants to sell direct to the public. In…
New floral bed by In Bloom, Woolpit Nurseries & CCG Gardeners

Bury In Bloom Team in Bury St Edmunds

Bury In Bloom team in Bury St Edmunds with Woolpit Nurseries and CCG Gardeners  Article on the Bury in Bloom Team as featured in the East Anglian headlined ‘Floral spruce up for roundabout by award-winning horticulturalists‘. The article read as below: A flower bed near a new roundabout in Bury St Edmunds has been given…
Daisy margarita in May garden

Gardening Tips for May | Summer Garden

Summer’s on it’s way! Gardening tips for May with herbaceous borders growing and planting out bedding begins In the Greenhouse Water tomatoes and peppers every day and feed at regular intervals, with a high potash feed. Plant cucumbers at the end of May – to avoid cold/wet compost conditions which can kill the plants. Sow…
tulips in the April garden

Gardening Tips for April

It’s Springtime! Gardening tips for April in the sunshine and showers. In the Greenhouse Always use a high quality peat based compost for sowing seed, pricking off and potting on seedlings and young plants. When watering seedlings and young plants, it is best coming from the tap. Do not use water from butts or tanks…
March gardening tips

March is a Busy Month in the Garden

It’s time to get busy in the garden as spring arrives. In the greenhouse Seed sowing can begin this month, make sure the trays are clean and for the best results, use a high quality peat based compost and add 25 – 50% vermiculite. When using an electric propagator, set the temperature at 18 –…