Miserden Nursery
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We are a traditional family-run nursery offering a truly inspiring and comprehensive range of plants in a beautiful location high up in the Cotswold Hills.

Just a short drive from Cirencester, Stroud and Cheltenham, our nursery’s magnificent period glasshouses form a spectacular backdrop to our collection of plants, but also uniquely conjure up the atmosphere of a bygone age.

Miserden is a beautiful Cotswold village of honey coloured stone cottages overlooking the dramatic Golden Valley. It's an enchanting place and our site feels magical within it. You can feel that magic when you stroll around, surrounded by some stunning plants and equally stunning scenery. Not only do we have our own display borders, but these are framed by some of the best of the Cotswold countryside.

It’s not just our location that sets us apart, so too does our plant choice as we have the more unusual, as well as the traditional. We are particularly proud of our herbaceous perennials which have been grown on site (a giddy 800 feet up) with oodles of passion and care. So not only will you know where your new plants have been raised, you can be sure they are tough and hardy and well used to the local climate.

To complement our perennials, we also offer superb David Austin roses, alpines, clematis and climbers, ferns, herbs, shrubs, regal and scented pelargoniums and bedding plants.

Our availability lists for 2017 will be published on our website in the coming weeks.

Hope to see you soon!




‘Growing exceptional plants in a magical setting’

Spring Season


We're currently closed but re-open on Saturday, March 25. Before then, we'll be publishing our plant availability lists so please check the website for updates. Alternatively, sign up to the newsletter for the latest from us.

What's planned so far this year...


Sculpture Festival

From April 25 until May 28, we will be hosting the Select Sculpture Festival. Work from five leading artists will be on display in the nursery borders as well as in our beautiful period glasshouses.

To find out more about the artists and their work, visit the SIT Select website here.


Festival Talks

As part of the Sculpture Festival, we have linked with SIT Select in presenting two talks on horticulture.

Jane MoorePainting with Plants with Jane Moore - May 10 Venue: Miserden Nursery

As Head Gardener of Bath Priory, Jane will explain how making clever use of colour can lift your garden from the ordinary and turn it into something rather special. Jane, who is also a guest presenter on BBC Two's Gardeners' World programme, will present plenty of takeaway ideas on which plants - and planting combinations - can be used to give a range of effects, from the bold to the romantic.

Lia LeendertzMy Tiny Indoor Garden with Lia Leendertz - May 17 Venue: Museum in the Park Stroud

Telegraph and Guardian garden writer Lia Leendertz will discuss her latest book My Tiny Indoor Garden and the many ways you can bring plants into your home. From terrariums, to hanging gardens and shelves of tiny succulents, Lia will look at indoor plants for all levels of expertise.

For further information about both talks and to book tickets, visit the SIT Select website here.
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