If you’ve always wanted a kitchen garden for your home in Bognor Regis, Chichester or the surrounding West Sussex area, our nursery in Birdham can help make your plans a reality. While you could head along to your nearest garden centre, Bellfield Nursery offers a more personal touch and superior quality produce. Our expert personnel have over 72 years’ combined experience cultivating vegetable plants and herbs. Whether you’re planning to create a vegetable patch in your back garden, grow salad plants in the greenhouse or establish a herb garden on your windowsill, we have what you need.
We also stock and sell a range of quality multi-purpose Westlandcompost for all your planting needs.
We grow and sell a wide range of salad vegetable plants and plugs throughout the year, to customers around Bognor Regis, Chichester and West Sussex. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff are always on hand to offer advice on planting and cultivation, whether you intend to sow your own seeds or buy a tray of our ready-to-plant specimens.
With varieties to rival even the biggest garden centre, some examples of what you might find at our nursery include:
As most vegetable plants only grow during certain seasons, check in with our nursery staff to discover what we currently have in stock.
Once you visit our premises, you’ll realise there’s no need to ever set foot in a garden centre again.
At Bellfield Nursery, not only do we offer expert advice on how and when to introduce herbs, salad and vegetable plants into your garden, we can also help you maximise the efficiency of your kitchen garden in Bognor Regis, Chichester or West Sussex. We recommend a technique used by garden centres, nurseries and gardening enthusiasts alike, called companion planting. This involves pairing certain herbs, salad and vegetable plants together to increase their yield, improve soil nutrient levels and even deter pests and insects.
You can pair most vegetable plants with a companion plant, but some are more effective than others and may even improve the taste, such as planting basil alongside peppers. Conversely, there are plenty of herb, salad and vegetable plant combinations that do not mix well and should remain separated, such as tomatoes and potatoes – both of which can suffer from the same blight.
Get your kitchen garden up and running with a visit to Bellfield Nursery, for expert advice and quality supplies to rival any major garden centre.