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Langthornes Plantery, a very good selection of trees, plants for shady areas and a great range of perennials.

Beeches at Ashdon. small by some standards but perfectly formed. trees again and shrubs.

Beth Chattos, reasonably priced, but plants not individually labeled.

have I missed any ? Your views appreciated.


A good set of nurseries there AWB. I still sometimes visit Beeches  but have moved to the furthest tip of Cambridgeshire and it's a long way for a good nursery. 

For me t's now Rasell's at Little Bytham, or in the other direction, West Acre in Norfolk.

Thanks ,off to google now for directions.

Thanks for link.Often visit Saxlingham, will now plan journey with detours.



...just north of Colchester...comes under Suffolk I think, at East Bergholt... if you don't know this one,...well, I think it's worth a visit if you can...just a wonderful place all round, particularly in Spring when all their Camellias are in bloom at the entrance...



Thanks Salino ,shall visit and lunch afterwards there are some good restaurants in the area

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