22 Mar

Plants available for zero-contact collection or for delivery

It’s a difficult time for everyone just now, plant-lovers, and small businesses included. Our shows and meetups are cancelled and we can’t get to pursue the interest we all love as a community together, but we can still, thankfully, take solace in our own gardens and enjoy them safely ourselves.

Because we can’t meet at shows and talks, we can happily arrange to post plants to you, or, we can leave your order to be collected at the Nursery gate.

We’ve also added a searchable catalogue on the website to make it easier to find the plants you’re looking for.

Just email hello@rumblingbridgenursery.co.uk or call us on 01577 840160 and we can discuss your requirements.

Stay safe everyone and happy gardening!

– Graeme and Hilary

15 Apr

SAPS 4th Annual Show

The Scottish Auricula and Primula Society 5th Annual Show is on Saturday, 18 May 2019 at Auchterarder Community Church Hall, PH13 1DF.

A rare opportunity to see some of the finest Auriculas & Primulas, displayed by growers from across the country.

Plant sales are from 10am.

Show hall opens 12:00-2:30pm.

16 Jan

Our plants on sale at shows in 2018

Primula with Bee

Our plants will be on sale at following shows/events in 2018:

Feb 17 – SRGC early bulb display, Dunblane
Mar 24 – SRGC Stirling show (in Dunblane)
Apr 7 – SRGC Edinburgh show
Apr 14 – SRGC Northumberland show (Hexham)
Apr 15 – Cambo Gardens, Fife, spring plant fair
Apr 21 – SRGC Perth show
Apr 28 – SRGC Highland (Nairn) show
May 5 – SRGC Glasgow (Milngavie) show
May 19 – SAPS Scottish auricula & primula society show – Blackford village hall
Jun 3 – Historic Japanese Garden at Cowden Castle, by Dollar – open day 12-6pm
Aug 18 – SRGC Summer meeting, Dunblane

13 Jun

Plan a visit

We have lots of colourful, hardy plants available, just give us a call on 01577 840160 before visiting – we’d love to see you!

Nursery Gardens

13 Sep

Allium beesianum

Allium beesianum

Allium beesianum, in foreground, with Azorella trifurcata, and Astilbe ‘Inshriach Pink’, in background. Three plants that complement one another well.