Christmas Eve

December 24th, 2017
Due to today being Christmas eve we will be closing the Garden Centre and Cafe early. Timings are bellow: Last food orders are at 1.30 Cafe closes at 2.00 Garden Centre closes at 2.30 Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Kind regards Priory team

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Menu Changes for the Cafe and Coffee bar

December 17th, 2017
From Monday the 18th of December we will be changing the menus in our cafe and coffee shop, to see our new menus please use the links below;

Christmas Trees

November 24th, 2017
We have a large range of Nordman Fir Christmas Trees available from Saturday the 25th of November.

120/150cm £27.50

150/180cm £37.50

180/210cm £47.50

210/240cm £62.50

240/270cm £82.50

270/300cm ...

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Father Christmas

Father Christmas

October 31st, 2017
Father Christmas will be coming to the Priory Farm on Saturday the 25th of November, on the first day of their annual festive food festival at 4.30. Watch him Descend down the hill on a tractor-pulled sleigh. Sadly, however, we will not be having a grotto in the run up to Christmas this year unlike we originally hoped. Next year we are planning to entice father Christmas to stay with us for l...

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Afternoon Tea at Priory Farm

Afternoon Tea

July 28th, 2017
Afternoon Tea - £12.50 per person or £40 for 4 Monday - Friday 2 pm - 4 pm including an assortment of finger sandwiches; cheese & chutney, egg mayonnaise, and ham & tomato, homemade warm raisin or plain scone served with strawberry jam & Cornish clotted cream, a selection of bite size cakes to accompany a pot of tea of your choice. For bookings and enquiries pl...

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Garden Diary: June

June 3rd, 2017
Bulbs and flowers Plant out annual summer bedding plants now the risk of frost has passed. Cut down spring bulb foliage as soon as the leaves start to yellow, lift and divide overcrowded clumps. When sweet peas start to flower, keep picking them to encourage more flowers. Dead-head and cut back oriental poppies after flowering. Cutting them close to ground level ...

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Garden Diary : May

May 21st, 2017
Bulbs and flowers This month sees some of the fastest growth of the whole year, so get on top of perennial weeds as they start to show, dig out or treat with a systemic weed killer. Keep watch for pests, especially on young shoots and tips. Wash off any aphids with soapy water. Lift , divide and replant any big clumps of the primula family now. At the end of the month,...

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Join Our Team

March 10th, 2017
Baristas – Front of House Café position (Full time, permanent contract)   Priory Farm Nursery in Nutfield, Surrey are looking for experienced Baristas and Café assistants to join their expanding Front of House team in the on-site Cafés. Your duties will include making delicious hot drinks as well as replenishing stock, operatin...

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Compost Drive Thru

March 8th, 2017

We will shortly be opening our new compost drive thru.

We are currently in the process of moving out drive thru to make it easier for you to buy and collect your compost and aggregates.

1. Pick

Select the compost or landscape supplies you need.

2. Pay

Order with a member of our team at the drive thru hut


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Christmas closure dates

December 23rd, 2016
Christmas Eve: 9am - 3pm (cafe 2.30pm) Christmas Day: closed Boxing Day: closed 27th: closed 28th: closed 29th: 9am - 5pm(cafe 4.45pm) 30th: 9am ...

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Garden Diary: December

December 5th, 2016
  Bulbs and Flowers Protect any choice, border-line hardy bulbs and perennials with a dry mulch, securing with netting if necessary. Keep alpines free of fallen leaves. They hate to be wet in winter and could rot. Sow sweet peas now for early, bigger plants. When the first leaves appear, move them to an open frame and only cover when really wet or very cold. Col...

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Plant Library: Astrantia, Salvia, Caryopteris, Astilbe

September 5th, 2016

Plants of the Month : September 

In need of a little inspiration? Our Plant Manager, Dan Rand, has carefully selected four hot picks of the month ready to plant now!   This month we want to bring the bees to your garden.  

Astrantia ‘Major’ or ‘Roma’Read more