Olivers Plants is run and owned by Oliver Wass who started growing and selling plants from an early age and has built up the business to be a well-known name in the local area. From a vegetable patch at home, to seperate Retail Plant Centre and Production Nursery sites, Olivers Plants has built a reputation for 'Quality Plants at Reasonable Prices'.
Our Retail Plant Centre has covered sales areas along with a dedicated houseplants room and outdoor displays show casing a wide range of plants. There is ample parking on site and a homely Café offering freshly ground coffee, teas, homemade cakes, sandwiches and daily specials. Click here to read more.
The Production Nursery boasts a large 16,000sq ft glasshouse and outdoor growing beds, allowing our knowledgeable team to propagate and grow a huge range of our own plants to be sold at the Retail Plant Centre.
During Summer 2017, Olivers Plants secured part funding from The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development. This helped us to install specialised and sophisticated LED lighting into our propagation room at our Production Nursery, aiding us in growing more of our own plants from seed to sell at the Retail Plant Centre.
In early 2018, we were granted funding from The LEADER Project which has helped us to build a weather proof canopy structure at our Plant Retail Centre. This has benefitted us and our customers hugely by providing a large under cover space.
In 2020, we have been granted part funding from The LEADER Project for the Black Horse Café. This has allowed us to expand the café, giving us more seating area both inside and outside, childrens play areas and much needed space for day to day operation.
To find out more about the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Developement please visit their website at https://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/rural-development-2014-2020_en
To find out more about The LEADER Project please visit their website at
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:
Europe investing in rural areas
Rural Development Programme for England 2014-2020