Paramount Plants, Crews Hill, North of London

Thu, Jul 2, 2009


Paramount Plants


hhtp:// is based in Crews Hill, Enfield, just 5 minutes from junction 25 of the M25. It is a very friendly, relaxed nursery with a good range of plants at much cheaper prices than some London nurseries.

When I visited they had an impressive display of beautiful, large camelias full of wonderful buds/flowers plus a wide choice of phormiuims, yuccas, chusan palms, topiary, cyprus trees and many more large plants.




The nursery was very busy and there were plenty of assistants  helping customers. I chatted with the main man Lucas – see pic below – who told me that that the nursery has been going for 11 years but is continually expanding due to the growing interest in Mediterranen and Tropical plants.

Lucas is a very friendly guy who assured me that Paramount offers individual attention and advice to every customer. Lucas was surprised at how some clients have no idea about what soil or conditions these type of plants require so he always makes sure that staff explain the importance of these factors to ensure their growth – and survival!

Paramount Plants is well worth a visit if you live in London as your budget will go a lot further. You can be sure of quality as the nursery has been a Medal Winner at the Chelsea Flower Show.They also have a garden Design and Landscaping Team if you require plants to be landscaped.


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1 Comments For This Post

  1. scott Says:

    Very informative blog. Will pay the nursery a visit. Good to have your site with such excellent information. Keep us in touch with how to cope with the changing climate.