The National Dahlia Society has recently honoured Stan Hall by awarding him their Gold Medal in recognition of his contribution to the Dahlia over many years.
Please take a look at our garden shop which includes a range of books on growing Chrysanthemums, a selection of fertilisers and garden sundries and also Robinsons Exhibition Vegetable seeds including the famous Mammoth Onion.
We are a traditional family run Nursery Centre established in 1921 by William Nicholson Hall. Since our early years we have grown many of our own plants and specialised in Dahlias and Chrysanthemums. Our first catalogue of these wonderful and increasingly popular flowers was first produced in 1931. Since then we have gone from strength to strength, growing almost 150,000 plants annually and supplying Chrysanthemum and Dahlia plants nationwide and to members of the EU. We also supply Dahlia tubers worldwide as well as to more local customers in the UK and the EU. See our Chrysanthemum and Dahlia pages for more details.
There have been many changes over the years and some of these were recorded by William's youngest son, Stan Hall (he'll be 90 at the end of February), in a potted History of the business. His story is currently being brought up to date.
At our two Nursery Centres at Heddon on the Wall (Near Hadrians Wall) and Ovington, we stock a wide range of Trees, Shrubs, Conifers, Roses, Herbaceous and Garden Sundries etc. Many of the plants we grow are all home produced at our Ovington Nursery with a full range of seasonal bedding plants produced in increasing numbers.
Our aim has always been to offer top quality plants backed up by expert advice and friendly service - all with great value.
OPENING TIMES: Mon-Sat 9am - 5pm Sunday 10am - 5pm
Closed Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays
Please note that over 95% of the pictures contained in this website were taken from our own stock or from some of the national shows we attend and are the property of David Hall. They cannot be used in publications or displayed on other websites/web pages without permission. Thank you.
Thanks to Paul Barlow and Harry Lawson for the use of some of their photos.