Shrubs and Garden Plants in Swansea - Our Shop in Singleton Park


The shop is open on Wednesdays until end November. We reopen on Saturdays from March 30th.


  • The Friends Plant Shop is just inside the gate in the north wall of the Botanical Gardens in Singleton Park. 
  • Come in through the Gower Road entrance. You will see a number of polytunnels over the hedge.  
  • Ours is the first one.
  • Refreshments are available in Botanical Gardens from April to September.

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What to buy . . . and Prices

Looking for Garden Plants in Swansea?

Come to the FCSBC.  We have one of the best ranges of trees, garden plants and shrubs in Swansea and and many perennials.   We also stock tulip bulbs, vegetables and herbs in the appropriate season. We stock House Plants as well.

Because our volunteers are local gardeners we can give you good advice bearing in mind our soil and weather conditions.    We will tell you if a particular plant will not thrive in your plot.     

Some of the stock is bought in from reputable suppliers, some is propagated from plants growing in the Botanical Gardens;  all is tried and tested and cared for by volunteers.


Our prices are very competitive because we have no labour costs.  

If you are starting a new garden, you will find our prices particularly attractive.   

Our plants are small but they will grow on quickly once they are out of the pot.

For the some of the best plants shrubs in Swansea come and visit us. house plants


Why we do it . . .

All the profit from the Plant Shop is invested back into the three Parks of Botanical Gardens, Clyne Gardens and Plantasia.   Over the past twenty years we have spent around £300,000 on improving the facilities in these parks.

About Us


FCSBC plant shop

Our Plant Sales shop is run by volunteers.  All profits from plant sales are reinvested into the gardens.

Annual Wildflower Seeds



FCSBC have been selling annual wildflower seeds for four seasons.   From our experience, they are not easy to grow in Swansea’s wet clay soil.   To give yourself the best chance, please consider the following:

  • Select your sunniest spot;  no shade at any time;
  • The soil must be clean of every weed;
  • Reduce the fertility by digging out at least the top 6 ins/15 cm;
  • Rake to a fine tilth so that it looks like the top of a good apple crumble;
  • Don’t go anywhere near the selected spot with any form of fertiliser;
  • Sow in May at the maximum rate of 3 grms/sq m.;
  • Water if it doesn’t rain in the first 7 days;  [ha,ha]
  • Enjoy a glorious sight until September/October,  depending on your choice of seeds and the weather;
  • In November, cut back all the old growth, remove it from the site;  
  • Start again next spring.


Don’t be too disappointed if your wildflowers don’t look like the verges and roundabouts in Swansea.  The Council has machines to do the work that you are going to be doing by hand.  If in doubt, sow in a large container but still follow the advice above.

If this is all too much, why not come to the Botanical Gardens and enjoy the large wildflower bed we will be sowing on the slope facing the lake?  In 2017 it bloomed from June to October with a changing colour palette every month.

But go on, give it a go!   It is a very small price to pay for months of colour in your garden.

Catalogue of plants and shrubs

There's many plants to see in our shop.  So, take your time, look around here and browse the available plants for this month. To view our list for this month click on the 'Catalogue of Plants and Shrubs' link below.

Then pop in to see us any Wednesday or Saturday. 10am to 2pm.

Plants and shrubs for sale in our shop January 2109