Welcome to Draycott Nurseries & Landscape Sales Ltd. Open to wholesale trade and the public, we supply quality specimen trees, shrubs and plants for new build developments and garden projects of all sizes.

OPEN TO WHOLESALE TRADE AND THE PUBLIC

Our site in Draycott in the Moors, has undergone some changes recently which we hope you’re going to like. We’ve now changed to a Wholesale Nursery and welcome both trade and public customers. We at Draycott Nurseries can cater for those wanting a just a few plants for their home garden, or thousands of plants for larger projects. No job is too big or small. Contact us today for more information or to request a quote

WHERE WE ARE

Open to wholesale trade and the public, you can find us just 1.5 miles from the A50, near Stoke-on-Trent, located at:

Cheadle Road (Off Uttoxeter Road)
Draycott in the Moors, Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire ST11 9RG

We are open to Wholesale Trade & the Public:

Monday to Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Saturday: 8 am to Noon

FEATURING

Bedding and Baskets

Bedding Plants & Hanging Baskets

Wheather on the ground or draping from a hanging basket, our plant selection can create a perfect array of abundant colour.

Specimen Plants

At Draycott Nurseries we specialise in supplying quality, specimen plants for show homes, private gardens, newbuild developments and large/small scale garden designs.


Topiary & More!

From ornamental trees to herbaceous borders and all types of hedges, you’ll find just what you need to create a stunning garden.

LATEST NEWS

NEED INSPIRATION?

If all you want to do is sit and relax in your new garden, then choosing the right plants is an important part of the planning! We have lots of advice on getting the best out of your garden with the right planting.

FEATURED PLANTS

Oxeye Daisies

This perennial is native to Europe and Asia and grows to a height of about 60 cm. It has oblong, incised leaves and long leafstalks. Its solitary flowers are about 25 to 5 cm in diameter.

Did you know?

Before the 16th century it was more commonly known as the ‘Moon Daisy’ or ‘Dog Daisy’. Also called Horse daisy, Moonpenny and Marguerite. References to the moon derive from the fact that this bright flower can seem to glow in the fields on midsummer evenings.

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