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Naturescape British Wild Flowers

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Not the best this year

I have been coming here on and off for quite a while but when I came a couple of weeks ago the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sheena S
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Grantham, United Kingdom
A lucky find...

Not the most propitious entry route to the site (and completely the wrong time of the year to... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2015
EximiousTraveller
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Leicester, United Kingdom
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Coachgap Lane | Maple Farm, Langar NG13 9HP, England
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+44 1949 860592
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been coming here on and off for quite a while but when I came a couple of weeks ago the fields were looking a bit neglected. It has been an exceptional year weather wise though, so that has probably played a part in...More

Thank Sheena S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a great find! this is a wonderful wildflower nursery. Apparently one of the first in the country. Fab!

Thank WestGardener
Reviewed 20 June 2017

Wonderful flower meadows and a great little cafe and garden centre for bedding plants and also herbs.

Thank E9438PYtom
Reviewed 9 June 2017

We had visited here several years ago and the wild flowers were good.......Now it's a case of the odd flower amongst lots of overgrown weeds! This covers a vast area and I cannot see how they could harvest wild seed from this area any longer....More

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FarmercharmerUK, Owner at Naturescape British Wild Flowers, responded to this reviewResponded 14 July 2017

Sorry to hear you were disappointed with the fields this year, due to the cold dry start to the summer the flowers have been later to bloom than usual. Due to an invasive weed the pond has recently been dredged to control this.

Reviewed 17 September 2015

Not the most propitious entry route to the site (and completely the wrong time of the year to visit) but worth going for the lovely welcome in the Tea Room, a good strong brew of tea in delightful Johnson’s china and moist tasty cake to...More

Thank EximiousTraveller
Reviewed 25 August 2015

I had visited here when my children were little about 15 years ago and wasn't sure whether it still operated but yes, still open and now trading in wild flower plants and seeds too as specialists. My son needed 20 specimens of leguminous wild flowers...More

Thank GreyladyLeicester
Reviewed 24 July 2015 via mobile

Nice place to visit with plants on sale and small cafe - very quiet and relaxing. Good access for mobility scooter, there are 2 or 3 wide steps into the cafe. There are walks that can be taken round the fields and on a dry...More

Thank Hilary J
Reviewed 10 July 2015

We went to Naturescape for advice on a problem wildflower area. The staff went out of their way to help,with enquiries. After tea and chocolate cake we took a walk around the wildflower fields, they were amazing, one was full of electric blue cornflowers, amazing....More

Thank Marian V
Reviewed 29 June 2015 via mobile

We thoroughly recommend a visit. Parking is free and entrance is free. A lovely set of flowers and the dragonfly pond is a must. Tea and food is adequate and fairly cheap

Thank kellykln
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

This is very local to us, and a delightful destination for a quick trip out on a sunny afternoon. A slow meander through the flower fields to the Dragonfly Pond, a companionable rest on the bench or a stroll around the perimeter of the pond...More

Thank Barbara P
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ianwally123
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Response from FarmercharmerUK | Property representative |
Hi we welcome well behaved dogs but asked they are kept on a lead and to clean up after them. Also not to take them into the tearoom or plant sales area. Our car park is well shaded to keep your car cool
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ianwally123
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Response from ThomasEngland | Reviewed this property |
When we were there the owner's dog followed us around and he drank from the pond. He was delightful. Bear in mind it isn't very big so try and visit it on the way to somewhere else.
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