Worfield Gardens is tucked away in the small village of Worfield in Shropshire.

An established Nursery has been on the site since the 1950s. Began by Sir Oliver Leese and Lady Leese, the Nursery was originally known as "The Mexico of the Midlands", due to its sales of cacti and succulents. Worfield Gardens became synonymous with the production of Heathers and Alpines in later years before its current crop diversity aimed at an ever-changing market

Worfield village is in Domesday Book. Its history dates back to Saxon times when it was on the fringe of the great Morfe Forest.

This delightful little hamlet is situated in what can veritably be called a cul-de-sac of Shropshire's lovely countryside, on the fringe of the industrial cities of the West Midlands. It is 11 miles from Wolverhampton, 18 miles from Worcester and 24 miles from Birmingham.

The Nursery is situated only half a mile from the well-known Wheel Inn on the A454 Bridgnorth/Wolverhampton Road.

Clive Egginton

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