New Leaf Plants

New Leaf Plants is a leading producer of clematis and climbing plants in the UK. We acquired our new nursery in 2015 and have invested £2.25m in state of art production facilities. This has been achieved by running a profitable business with the backing of our finance partner who understand our vision, have faith in our management skills and we are now 'fit for the future'.

We foster close working relationships with key suppliers and customers to deliver our goals. The environment is important to us, we recycle water, and are reducing our use of plastic. Our aim is to become 100% self-sufficient in propagation and have total control of Biosecurity and offer a stable supply of plants.

We are proud of our nursery and welcome our customers to see the improvements we are making in production. We are keen to take advantage of opportunities in the post Brexit market place as well as developing our exports to Europe, North America and the Far East. We are hungry for success and the recognition of "Grower of the Year" will aid us in achieving our goals. 

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