Cosford Gardens and Nurseries

Welcome to where we have pulled together some of the finest Cosford gardens and nurseries in Cosford in one place to help you plan your visit to Shropshire.

Whether you simply like admiring the flowers or getting green fingered and planting your own, Shropshire has several privately owned and National Trust gardens and garden shops in Cosford for you to get inspired.

Near Market Drayton you can gaze at the waterfall and views from the Dorothy Clive Garden, intimate and informal with a superb woodland water garden, alpine scree and succulent borders.

The Dower House occupies a 1.5 acre site in a beautiful setting within the grounds of Morville Hall (National Trust), near Bridgnorth in Shropshire.

And consider if you will the sweet pea - a Shropshire invention. First grown by the 18th century nurseryman Henry Eckford, his achievement is celebrated each year at the Wem Sweet Pea Festival in July. Shrewsbury Flower Show in August, over 156 years old, attracts thousands of visitors to marvel at the millions of blooms, variety of entertainments and the evening firework spectacular.

There’s still more to tempt you in Shropshire’s National Trust Gardens at Attingham Park, Dudmaston and Benthall. And just over the county border, you'll find extensive ornamental gardens dominated by a romantic Gothic castle at Cholmondeley Castle.

You’ll also find several private gardens open under the National Gardens Scheme and the Shropshire Historic Churches Trust Open Gardens scheme. Plenty of opportunities to gather ideas and seek out that unusual plant you’ve always wanted.

Start your search for Cosford gardens and Cosford nurseries here at Shropshire Gardens and Nurseries website.