Chelsea Gold Medal winners for Auatic Plants 2010-2014
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Mailorder from Waterside Nursery to receive pond plants & waterlilies already planted in mesh baskets with aquatic compost able to be placed straight into your pond or patio container pond.

Welcome to Waterside Nursery

We now have a mobile responsive website. We hope you will enjoy reading our articles & blog posts and buying our pond plants on your mobiles and tablets.

We are a mail order only Nursery (for UK) and will dispatch plants within a week of the order on a Monday – Thursday from our growing Nursery in Leicestershire. Container ponds can take between 1-4 weeks to deliver dependent on the size and finish chosen as some combinations are made to order.

We will not be despatching parcels between Tuesday 12th May and Tuesday 26th May 2015 as we will be at The Chelsea Flower Show.

Our aquatic plant range includes pond plants, waterlilies and submerged oxygenating plants that arrive to you ready rooted in a mesh basket and aquatic compost (if the plant requires one) to be placed immediately into your pond or container pond.

We provide plants for all the depths of water in your pond and you can choose these individually or as a prepared planting scheme to remove any worries about planting a balanced selection. We also provide plants for waterlogged or moist soil surrounding the pond.

Our fibreglass container ponds are an ideal way to create a water gardening feature for the smallest of garden spaces – balcony or patio. They will show off our smallest aquatic pond plants including the miniature waterlilies.

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Gold at Chelsea Flower Show 2015

19th May 2015

Chelsea Flower Show 2015 We have another Gold Medal at Chelsea –…

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Container pond-in-pot water features

5th May 2015

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30th April 2015

Newt eggs can now be seen in the Myosotis scorpioides Forget me…

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