Get Your Garden Ready for Spring with Our Quality Bedding Plants!

Get Your Garden Bedding Plants from Woolpit Nurseries Today

Brighten up any season with our fabulous bedding plants! Transform even the simplest of borders or hanging baskets into a striking display that will last through Spring, Summer, Autumn and into Winter.

At Woolpit Nurseries, you can find a great selection of seasonal bedding plants. During the autumn and winter, lovely pansies, cyclamen, violas, and primroses for your garden. In the summer, fabulous geraniums, fuchsias, begonias, and petunias.  We’ve got an incredible variety of annuals and perennials as well as shrubs and trees that’ll keep your outdoor space colourful all year round. Plus you can help the environment by choosing varieties friendly to bees and other pollinators. Let’s add some dazzle!

"Last year we grew over 350,000 seasonal garden bedding plants from seed and rooted cuttings at Woolpit Nurseries, including 9,500 bedding geraniums "

A great choice of bedding plants at Woolpit Nurseries

Below is a snapshot of some of the summer and winter bedding plants that you’ll find at Woolpit Nurseries. The plants in stock depends on the time of year and the availability due to sales. As always, if you are struggling to find a something, we are happy to help.

PANSIES and VIOLAS Primroses
Geraniums Fuchsias Begonias

For the Best Quality Garden Bedding Plants at Competitive Prices, Visit Woolpit Nurseries in mid Suffolk.


9 Steps to get Your Summer Bedding Plants off to a Great Start

Make sure to give your bedding plants the best start when planting them out! Make sure to harden them off, toughen them up before planting outside especially if you’re planting early in the season. We suggest planting summer bedding plants from May after the risk of frosts. Prepare the soil for the new plants, and ensure that both the compost and ground are moist so your young plants can start growing.

For the best quality garden plants at competitive prices, visit us at Woolpit Nurseries in mid Suffolk.