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Constantine Garden Nursery

We are a small traditional nursery with a very large and diverse range of plants – we grow over 4000 hardy cottage garden and rare perennials from around the world, as well as a large range of clematis and climbers. We hope you enjoy browsing around our new website!

Please call us on 01326 340593 if you would like any advice or assistance

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To make choosing plants easier for you we have put together some collections of plants for different areas of the gardens - shade, sun, and moisture loving plants, also a collection of rare species for the plantaholics!

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If you are looking for some much needed early colour we have some lovely selections of Hellebores, Galanthus (Snowdrops) and cyclamen. We can also suggest some useful evergreens such as Francoa, Heuchera or Pachysandra, as well evergreen ferns such as the spectacular Blechnum chilense

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If you would like to give plants as a gift we offer our own gift vouchers which allows complete freedom of choice from our whole catalogue. Vouchers can be supplied to any value and will be sent with a card and a copy of our catalogue to the recipient.
Please call 01326 340593 for more details or email us at plants@cornwallgardens.com

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Featured Plants

aeonium balsamiferum aeonium balsamiferum

Price: £3.45

alice fisk alice fisk

Price: £6.50

acanthus dioscoridis perringii acanthus dioscoridis perringii

Price: £4.35

acaena blue haze acaena blue haze

Price: £3.45

albuca shawii albuca shawii

Price: £2.95

aeonium arboreum schwarztkopt aeonium arboreum schwarztkopt

Price: £3.75

Opening Times

The nursery is open from mid- February to October. We are open by appointment at all other times

From Wednesday 12th  February – October

  • Wednesday – Saturday: 10am to 5pm
  • Sunday: 11am to 4pm

Please call 01326 340593 to book an appointment


Upcoming Events

Open for the Season Wednesday 12th February

February 1st, 2014

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NEW Plant Additions for the Autumn!

October 12th, 2013

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