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Mon- Fri: 8 - 4

Saturdays: 10 - 4pm March to November
10 - 3pm November to Christmas

Sundays: 10-3pm March to September

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Get Set for Gardening!

The days are slowly getting warmer and the time to venture out into our gardens again is upon us. It is a great time to get planting for a colorful summer display. The volunteers are busy potting up lots of fresh plants for the season.

Raffle tickets are on sale now £1 each to help raise funds for our 15th Birthday and new shop plans. There are some great prizes: A meal for 2 at Rick Stein Sandbanks & Loch Fynne, vouchers for Chez Fred, The Bakers Arms & Sandford Pub. Day passes to Compton Acres, National Trust & Bournemouth Aviation Museum. Family ticket with Greenslade Pleasure Boats & a therapy session at The Natural Health Consultancy. There is also a £100 golfing prize. If anybody would like to sell tickets on our behalf, please get in touch. The draw will take place on our Open Day- Saturday 9th July.

We are now open 7 days a week, Mon- Fri 8 am- 4 pm, Sat 10 am- 4 pm & Sunday 10 am- 3 pm. We will be open bank holiday Monday from 9 am- 4 pm.
There are plenty of seasonal bedding, perennials and fresh shrubs to buy. For the weekend there will be a wide range of climbers, stocks of vegetable plants, herbs and fruit trees.
You can keep updated on all our news on Facebook including all of our upcoming events and activities. We are at Upton Country park plant fair on the 29th & 30th May, pop along and say hello!
The Chestnut Nursery team
“Caring for people, caring for plants”
Facebook: chestnutnurserypoole 
Twitter: @chestnut2001.

£3.50 each, 4 for £12.00
Choose from varieties of  Hollyhocks, Digitalis (Foxgloves), Verbena, Anemones, Geums, hardy Geraniums…..and many more!

Every garden needs one! £18.95 each

We are working with the Dorset Wildlife Trust on their campaign to attract wildlife to our gardens. Sharon is putting DWT stickers on to help customers identify wildlife friendly plants.

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