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Olive's Cafe

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Olives Café is named after Olive Tate who co-founded the nursery with her husband Allan. Olive loved plants and her dogs that she walked in the woods every day, where she’d be looking out for her beloved kingfisher. Olive's granddaughters Vicky and Helen now co-run the nursery. 


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Our Latest Update - October 2021

Our Latest Update - October 2021

Thank you to everyone who came down to our Autumn Sale last weekend, it was great to see you all....

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Autumn Clearance Sale: 16th-17th October, 10:00am-4:00pm

Autumn Clearance Sale: 16th-17th October, 10:00am-4:00pm

Visit the nursery for great offers on shrubs, climbers, ever green hedging, and ornamental trees, prices starting from £3 per...

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Important Announcement March 2021

Important Announcement March 2021

Hello everyone, We hope that you, your friends & family are all well. We're sorry to have been a bit...

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Kent Grown Christmas Trees Now In-Stock!

Kent Grown Christmas Trees Now In-Stock!

We have just received some beautiful Nordman Fir Trees grown at Hole Park in Kent and harvested at the last possible moment to...

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Vicky’s Autumn/ Winter Colour Plant Wish List

Vicky’s Autumn/ Winter Colour Plant Wish List

For our first ‘Gardening Zoom Chat’, on Wednesday we discussed the theme: ‘Injecting Colour into your Garden in the Autumn...

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Bare-root Hedging Now In-Stock

Bare-root Hedging Now In-Stock

Bare-root hedging can be planted now and is a cost effective way of creating a hedge.  Choose from natives such...

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Photography Competition, judged by Clive Nichols

Photography Competition, judged by Clive Nichols

Whilst this second lockdown restricts our movements some of us are lucky enough to have a garden, balcony, or terrace....

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Join us for a Gardening Zoom Chat

Join us for a Gardening Zoom Chat

Gardening Zoom Chat

Throughout this second national lock down we wanted to try and stay in touch with everyone by forming a new relaxed group zoom chat focused around gardening. 

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