Architectural Plants is a nursery in Pulborough, West Sussex. It is set within 32 acres of open fields and surrounded by farmland overlooking the South Downs.

The nursery was established in 1990 by Angus White, and Guy Watts joined as Managing Director in 2016. They specialise in plants that are both shapely and exotic. Japanese and European topiary, hardy palms, bananas, bamboos, plants for screening, and a range of rare evergreen trees.

Many of the plants are homegrown and also sourced from elsewhere in the UK. There’s a powerful discipline behind what is grown and why it is grown. It is home of the interesting, unusual, quirky and bizarre. Looking to provide tropical or jungle, both big and small specimen plants.

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The Architectural Cafe was launched in January 2017. It serves a range of speciality coffees, loose-leaf teas, small-batch soft drinks and gluten free and non-gluten free cakes. Light lunches and local beer, wine and cider are offered. All set amongst the specimens.

Conscious of environmental impact, they strive to keep ‘food-miles’ as low as possible. Sourcing produce locally, where possible. The majority of food and drink is supplied by small, independent businesses in the local area. It’s a real celebration of Sussex producers.

To visit Architectural Plants near Pulborough by coach contact Holt Services