Garden Centre Barnstaple , North Devon

Providing plants, gardening services, on-line ordering and at local markets

Gardeners Delight Nursery is situated on the outskirts of Barnstaple, North Devon, on a beautiful 5 acre plot. We have been growing for over 25 years, and have helped our local towns and businesses gain both gold national and international awards with our stunning flower displays for Britain in Bloom.

Our traditional growing plant nursery is based on the outskirts of Barnstaple at Roundswell and we still grow over 90% of the plants that we sell. As an independent local family run plant centre, we grow over 1000 different varieties of plants including, shrubs, climbers, herbaceous perennials, ornamental and fruit trees as well as bulbs, bedding and vegetable plants. As we grow such a large proportion of the plants we sell our plants are suited to the local Devon climate and are of the highest quality at affordable prices. Whether you are a novice or experienced gardener our friendly trained staff are on hand to assist you.
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1 Mile from Roundswell roundabout(Sainsburys) Towards Eastleigh on the Old BideFord Road.

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  • Fruit & Vegetables

    vegetables for sale Growing your own delicious fruit and vegetables starts with good varieties and quality plants that are easy to grow on. As market gardeners for over 25 years we produce a range of plants that we use ourselves in our market garden, grown for flavour and disease resistance. As well as fruit trees we grow a range of potted fruit bushes for planting at any time of year, with currents, raspberries and rhubarb always proving very popular. Read More

  • Agapanthus

    bulbs for sale Agapanthus, also known as the African lily, is herbaceous perennial. They flower during the summer, and have flowers in the common shades of blue and purple, and also white and pink. Agapanthus love to grown is well drained soil, and thrive in a sunny position. Read More here or buy now online

  • Bedding Plants

    bedding-plants-surfinia Packed with colour and scent this part of the gardening calendar is a must for every garden, whether it is a small pot by a window, hanging baskets on walls or full on borders of colour. Planted outside from the beginning of June these plants will flower until the first frosts of the year, which is round mid-October. We grow a range of plants that we trust to perform in our local area. Where possible we grow modern F1 hybrids for their added strengths and not cheaper inferior seed options. Read More here

  • Hanging baskets

    bulbs for sale Choose from our range of pre-planted baskets or bring your existing basket for us to refill.
    Our Experience of plant mixes, styles and colours have won awards for local towns, shops, hotels and carvan sites. For 2019 we are supplying 'Ilfracombe in bloom'

  • Heucheras

    climbers for sale

    Heucheras are an evergreen, herbaceous perennial that are native to North America. Heucheras come into flower during spring to early summer, displaying several forms of attractive heart shape leaves, which can be ruffled or smooth.
    They also have a wide range of colourful foliage, including golden yellow to near black, with plumes of white, pink and red flowers, which will add interest to any garden. Heucheras are very versatile, as they grow well in sun, shade and partial shade. Heucheras thrive in semi shade, as this will bring out the colour in the leaves, showing beautiful richer tones and veining. Read more or Buy heucheras online now

  • Lavender

    climbers for sale

    Lavenders are an easy to grow, evergreen plant that produces masses of beautifully scented flowers above green or silvery-grey foliage. This drought-tolerant plant will thrive in a sunny position, with well-drained soil. They can be planted in borders, containers, herb or gravel gardens and are excellent for bees and pollinators. Read more or

  • Herbaceous Perennials

    Perennials for sale Herbaceous perennials are the mainstay of any garden border and no garden should be without them. They can be deciduous, such as Lupins, or evergreen like many grasses. Perennials die back for the harshness of winter to reappear and flower for the majority of the summer and autumn for many years. We grow hundreds of varieties including new, unusual and rare species which allows us to offer one of the largest selections in Devon.
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  • Clematis

    climbers for sale

    is a climber that can be used in a garden to cover walls, and climb pergolas. Many varieties of clematis are scented and evergreen, and many provide a second flowering during the year. Clematis will grow in humus rich soil, and in sunny to partial shade positions. Read more or Visit our online shop

Controlling Vine weevil

climbers for sale Vine weevil is one of the most widespread, common and devastating garden pests. The adult weevils eat plant leaves during spring and summer, but it is the grubs that cause the most damage to plants. Over the autumn and winter they feed on plant roots. This damage often results in wilting and plant death. Read how we control thi pest and hints for you our use.
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This months
Gardening Tips/Hints

  • Spray roses for blackspot and mildew every three weeks and feed around the root area with a balanced slow release rose feed.
  • Check around newly planted trees and shrubs to make sure that spring storms have not loosened ties or rocked the plants. Prune off any damage shoots or branches.
  • Start to plant clematis and perennials for lasting colour throughout the summer.
  • Cut grass on the highest mower setting, this will help to stop moss growth and then feed with a spring feed and weed. Rake out dead moss as it browns off.
  • Sow sweet peas, tomatoes and summer bedding plants under protection. Cover at night with horticultural fleece to protect from night frosts.
  • As the soil warms up start to break down the soil in your vegetable garden into a finer tilth. Plant first early potatoes, sow broad beans and early peas.
  • Pick off the dead heads off daffodil and other narcissus flowers once they have begun to wither,
  • Take cuttings of fuchsias, geraniums, dahlias and chrysanthemums during April, for a late summer flowering display.
  • Container grown plants, check to see if they are pot bound and need potting on into larger containers.
  • Plant up containers and hanging baskets with summer flowering bedding plants. Keep under protection untill danger of frost has gone.
  • Plant out Pansies and violas for instant colour.
  • Dig in manure ready for runner bean plants in late May.

Plant Fairs

We trade at a large range of specialists plant fairs showing our range of herbaceous perennial range includes many rare and unusual varieties; new and AGM varieties, and lots of old favourites.

June Fairs

Saturday 1st to 2nd Coombe Trenchard
A much loved annual Summer Garden Festival in celebration of English Country Life. Stalls offering plants and garden related items are complimented by artisan craft and food stands spread across these wonderfull gardens. Visit Website
Saturday 8th Crediton Food Festival
Two day event with lots of local producers. Check web site for event timings
Saturday 8th Cothay Manor
The garden plant, craft and food fair is held in the grounds of this fabulous 15th century manor house. A lovely friendly atmosphere and fantastic gardens to see. No internet connection so cash sales only Visit Website
Sunday 9th Hestercombe
A new event for "Plant Fairs" will be held in this wonderful garden. Hestercombe House and Gardens, a unique combination of three centuries of garden design: Coplestone Warre Bampfylde’s Georgian landscape garden, the Victorian terrace and shrubbery and the stunning Edwardian garden design by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll. Visit Website
Friday 14th to Sunday 16th Bishop`s Palace Summer Garden Festival
A busy event held within the ruins and gardens of the Bishops Palce in Wells, Somerset. Visit Website
Sunday 16th Waterperry Gardens, Oxfordshire
The chance to browse stalls manned by experts specialising in both rare and traditional plants, all in the beautiful setting of Waterperry Gardens. Visit Website
Saturday 26th to Sunday 23rd Axminster Garden Festival
A mix of country show and garden festival. This year we will be exhibiting in the floral marque as well as our trade stand outside Visit Website
Sunday 30th Sculpture by the Lakes Dorchester
A new show run by "Rare plantFairs" held in the 26 acre sculpture gardens (children under 14 not admitted ) Visit Website

July Fairs

Sunday 7th South Molton Plant Heritage
Held in the South Molton pannier market, from 10am to 3pm this free to enter event will have a diverse group of nurseries from across the South West of england. All supporting the Plant Heritage Charity. We will have a large range of potted spring bulbs, alpines, perennials, shrubs & climbers Visit Website
Sunday 14th Chenies Manor Buckinghamshire
A large one day event with nurseries from across the UK , held in and around this Tudor manor house, makes a great day out Visit Website
Sunday 27th Mid Devon Show A traditional country show, we can be found in the floral marque along with the judging classes of flowers and vegetables. Held in the grounds of Knightshays Court in Tiverton Visit Website
Sunday 21st Highnam Court Gloucestershire
During the last 25 years, since Roger Head has been the owner, the gardens have been totally and lovingly restored to their former glory, with many new additions being made to compliment and enhance the original design. Specialist nurseries with many rare and unusual varieties set in the gardens. Visit Website
Thursday 25th Forde Abbey Summer Charity Fair
It’s a lovely day out for all the family with nurseries, classic cars on display, model boats, a dog show, scurry and flyball, falconry displays on horseback, a fun fair, fly fishing, a food court, lots of fabulous street food and so much more besides! Visit Website

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