If you are a plants person, then you will love Daisy Roots. It has everything you expect from a small nursery. We do recommend a personal visit but you can also buy online or at one of the many shows and fairs Annie attends each year.
Daisy Roots is a great little nursery tucked away in the grounds of large private house in Hertfordshire, but easy to find from the A10 and A1 and only a short drive from the M25. Daisy Roots is run by passionate plants lady, Annie Godfrey, who has dedicated her career to growing a range of interesting hardy perennials and sharing her knowledge with like-minded enthusiasts. Annie’s gorgeous dog is also a good reason to make a visit.
The one thing that stands out about Daisy Roots nursery is the consistently high quality of all the plants, from seedlings in the polytunnel to the plants used on her award winning stands at shows. There is no compromise on the quality of the care they receive to develop healthy roots and shoots. They are also well priced, offering excellent value for money.
Come to Daisy Roots if you want to learn more about how to create interesting plant combinations in your own garden. Annie holds very popular tours and talks of her own fabulous garden and workshops so you can go home with plenty of knowledge and inspiration to use either in your own garden, or with your clients if you run a garden design or landscaping business.
Annie also offers her own personal garden design service and those of you who have seen her award winning displays at shows, including RHS Chelsea Flower Show, will know she has a natural flair for landscaping and a very good eye for creating interesting planting schemes. Many amateur gardeners struggle to create borders with colour and texture so here is a nursery that has both the personal touch and oodles of talent to help you achieve your dream garden.
You will be bowled over with the range of unusual and interesting plants, well above the average for a small nursery. Be sure to sign up for the Daisy Roots loyalty card scheme, full details are on their website.