Welcome to Damhead Nursery


About Us

Our Story

Damhead Nursery was established in 2005 by Sue Gray and is open to both retail and trade customers. We specialise in Hardy plants for Scottish gardens, experience has taught us that our Scottish grown stock grown in locally made compost does very well in our climate.

Sue is a trained Landscape Architect who understands the needs of the landscape industry and appreciates the importance of supplying quality stock to all customers.

The nursery is situated on the south side of the Edinburgh city bypass and is only six miles from Edinburgh  city centre.

Plants are available direct from the nursery, or click and collect from our online catalogue. 

We stock an extensive range of competitively priced stock. Our dedicated sales team can offer advice and provide prompt quotations to customers and an in-house garden design and horticultural advice service are available.

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Thank you for visitng out website. Please note that plant availability is a little bit restricted at the moment and not all the items on our site will be available.

  Please bear with us, we are working very hard to supply you!

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Interested in doing business with us or have any questions about our services then please feel free to contact us.

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How to find us

The nursery premises are on the south side of the A720 Edinburgh city bypass, just minutes from the Lothianburn junction and only six miles from the city centre.  A few minutes drive from Ikea, Straiton and Hillend Skislope.  Access is excellent and we can accommodate large lorries for deliveries and collections.

GPS coordinates
Lat 55:52:41N (55.87817)
Long 3:11:28W (-3.19105)

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 8am–4.30pm

Saturday (closed during January 2022)