• Spring at Wildegoose Nursery

Listed in Gardens Illustrated Top 100 Specialist Nurseries 2019
RHS Gold Medalists at Malvern 2014 & 2015 / RHS SilverGilt Medalist Chelsea 2015 & 2016

Coronavirus Covid-19 Update

Following the governments further lifting of restrictions we are pleased to confirm that we will now be re-opening the walled garden, nursery and tearoom from Friday 31st July.

For the safety of our customers and staff pre-booking is essential, please book your visit via our online shop.

Each booking includes a reservation in the tearoom.

An entry fee of £4.00 will be charged upon arrival. During the current Coronavirus pandemic we will be donating all entry fees to The Severn Hospice, so as to help them continue their invaluable work.

The walled garden, nursery and tearoom will be open on the following dates:

Friday 31st July, Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd August
Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th August
Friday 28th, Saturday 29th, Sunday 30th, Monday 31st August
Friday 4th September, Saturday 5th September, Sunday 6th September
Friday 18th September, Saturday 19th September, Sunday 20th September
Friday 2nd October, Saturday 3rd October, Sunday 4th October

Welcome to Wildegoose Nursery

Wildegoose Nursery set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside is the home of Bouts Violas. It is a small independent nursery, garden and tearoom housed within the old redbrick walls of Millichope Park’s former Kitchen Garden.

Created in 2011 to safeguard the Bouts collection of Perennial Violas, Wildegoose Nursery has gained a reputation for both its violas and an extensive range of wonderful perennials and grasses.

Just 20 minutes’ drive from Ludlow, Bridgnorth and Much Wenlock off the B4368, the nursery and tearoom are open to the public from Friday-Sunday 11-4pm during the season. The kitchen garden lay abandoned since the 1960’s but has now been transformed into a new and exciting garden that celebrates its traditional roots along side more contemporary plantings of  perennials and grasses. Coupled with our own interpretation on colour we hope to have created a garden of sustained interest and great beauty.

At the centre of the garden sits the newly restored range of Georgian curvilinear glasshouses, which were restored with the aid of grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and The Country Houses Association and  now form the perfect backdrop.

Jack and Laura Willgoss – Wildegoose Nursery.

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Perennial Violas now available to order on our online shop for Spring 2020 delivery.



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