The Nursery at Miserden is a traditional independent 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, The Nursery’s magnificent period glasshouses form a spectacular backdrop to a collection of plants, but also conjure up the atmosphere of a bygone age.
Along with The Nursery’s unique location, it is the unusual choice of plants that set us apart. 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 used to the local climate.
To complement our perennials, The Nursery also offers superb David Austin roses, alpines, clematis and climbers, ferns, herbs, shrubs, regal and scented pelargoniums and bedding plants.
Dogs are welcome in the nursery if they are on a lead.
Visit the Nursery
January & February : Weekends only 10am to 5pm
1st March onwards : Tuesday to Sunday & Bank Holidays 10am – 5pm
Wander through the woods, around farmland, beside the lake or see the stunning views of The Golden Valley with walks around the estate.
Visitors can now enjoy staying at Miserden for longer by booking our Airbnb flat. Based in the manor house ‘Miserden Park’ a few footsteps away from the garden, it is a wonderful place to truly relax.
From early spring, visitors to this Cotswold country garden can enjoy beautiful flowering beds, shrubs and fine topiary, some of which were designed by Edwin Lutyens.