Christmas Trees - we will be happy to discuss your needs.


Farmers’ Market on Saturday 16th December 10am - 2pm


All southwest-grown, traditional & non-drop, all displayed under cover & on full view, plus free wrapping


Grasses, glorious grasses!


We sell Gift Vouchers - both the National Garden Gift Vouchers and our own Nursery vouchers


A great time to plant Shrubs, Trees, Perennials and Hedging - talk to us about your requirements





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Every 3rd Saturday of the month



Markets are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month.  The next one will be Saturday 16th December from 10am until 2pm.  The first one in the New Year will be 20th January.



We look forward to seeing you then.






You will also find:


Fresh Pork products

Local, seasonal vegetables

Wet Fish from Mevagissey

Baker Tom Bread

Rosedown Free-range Eggs


Local Bodmin Honey

Cakes including Saffron buns!

Gluten-free cakes & savouries

Cornish Juices by Kerensa Aval Game Pies

Spices & Herbs & Teas

Goat’s Milk, Yoghurt & Cheese



The Mill Cafe is open every day from 10am to 4pm


‘The Garden Room’

extension is now open


The Mill Cafe serves freshly-ground Italian Carraro coffee, home-made cakes and light lunches, with specials every day. Charlotte, Karen & Donna & team will be pleased to welcome you to the Cafe - do come and enjoy the freshly ground amongst the freshly grown.




Apple Day!

Saturday 21st October


The ravages of Storm Brian did not dampen the spirit of Bodmin Nursery's first ever Apple Day - despite the elements we pressed on!

Cornish Apple experts Mary Martin & James Evans brought along an amazing array of sample Cornish apples and were in residence to identify apples brought along. The turnout was impressive, as were Mary and James' powers of deduction! More than once did an apple appear that was not obvious and will warrant further investigation. It was truly fascinating to see them in action.

Dr Andrew Ormerod brought along a range of apple presses which were kept busy for most of the day, crushing and pressing apples to produce delicious fresh apple juice for bottling and home consumption. Andrew's knowledge and enthusiasm were infectious!

Ivor Dungey demonstrated the principles of grafting onto rootstocks, as applicable in late winter, and proved highly popular.

The Mill Cafe team served a range of apple dishes throughout the day on its 'Apple Jack' menu, to a great response.