• Family Run
  • Home Grown Plants
  • Tasty Café
  • Children's Play Area
  • Primroses grown at our nursery

    Primroses grown at our nursery

Welcome to Roses Country Fayre garden centre and nursery

Roses Country Fayre is a family run, independent garden centre and nursery with an excellent coffee shop. We have been happy to offer gardening solutions to customers from Newent , Ledbury , Ross and surrounding areas for over 40 years ! Visit us and see our lovely home grown bedding plants, our carefully selected hardy plants, a wide choice of gardening sundries and our welcoming cafe!

Fantasy Forest soft play Coming Soon!

*** Breaking news!! ***

Roses Country Fayre are building a soft play area! The exciting new Fantasy Forest play zone will include slides, bridges, 'walk of death' spinning poles, mangles and much more! There will also be a toddler's area, a separate party area and an expansion to Cafe Rosie, including new children's menus. Opening end of April. More information to follow soon!

New Plantaria !

Come and visit our exciting new Plantaria! Lots of great shrubs, alpines, perennials and bedding plants and more arriving all the time!


Primroses & Polyanthus

At Roses Country Fayre our home-grown primroses and polyanthus are looking really bright and cheerful!

Available in larger pots at 90p each or a tray of 12 for only £9.99!

Cyclamen Growers

We're very pleased with the fantastic range of Cyclamen growing in our glasshouses ahead of this season!

November 2018

We have some great Cyclamen growing in our nursery right now! See our 'Cyclamen Family' below

Some of the great plants we grew this summer !

Here's a little collage of some of our favourites plants from our nursery this summer!

Deluxe teas 3

Our outdoor play equipment

Great for the little ones to play on during the summer holidays! Situated near one of the patios at Cafe Rosie, so you can enjoy a nice coffee (and cake) whilst the little ones enjoy themselves!

Colour your garden by planting winter bedding
Plant of the Season: Cyclamen
Leaves: the final bounty of the gardening year