CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – updated 19th March 2021
We will be open for business as usual from Tuesday March 23rd 2021.
Please note our opening times are Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 5pm, Sundays and Mondays we are closed.
We are continuing production of all plants as normal, and they will be ready according to their season, as usual.
Thanks for your patience and stay safe.
Please note the following guidelines for safety around the nursery and shop.
For our safety and yours, the following will apply:
Face coverings which meet Welsh Government guidelines must be worn at all times inside the shop.
Hand sanitiser is available free of charge for customers to use. This will be at the till and by the trolleys. There will be anti-bacterial wipes available by the trolleys in the car park, and it is the customer’s responsibility to sanitise these, and any shopping baskets used.
We will also periodically clean and disinfect customer trolleys and frequently used surfaces.
Please do not enter the premises if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.
Within the Nursery we ask our customers to keep to the 2 metre distancing rule and, in particular, in any narrow places, to wait for other people before passing by. At busy times we will restrict the number of people entering the Nursery if necessary, and at all times not more than 5 customers may shop inside our covered areas.
Please remember that any journeys must be for shopping and not considered a social gathering, and therefore wherever possible only one person per household should visit.
We are doing our utmost to ensure your visit to Midway Plants is a safe one, and we would ask you to respect our staff in the same way.
Midway Plants in Penybont, situated in mid Wales, is a traditional plant nursery with a big variety of plants!
We produce our own bedding plants, and many of the perennials, shrubs, herbs and vegetables on sale –
Our range of plants is as extensive as we can make it, with everything from Azaleas to Zinnia. We also stock plants such as fruit trees and rhododendrons, heathers and ornamental trees, which are bought in from reliable, quality British sources as young plants, then grown on and hardened off at the nursery. We would like to think that what we sell is always able to cope with the local climate, which can be very challenging.
In the Garden Shop we stock many useful and varied things for the gardener, such as plant feeds, sprays, pots, watering cans –
At the start of December we sell Christmas trees, hand-