Welcome to the farm!

We are now open 9am-6pm daily and late night until 7pm on Fridays for Christmas Tree Sales

Thanks for visiting! Cantosa Farm is a farm and seasonal farm shop/ Plant Nursery in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire. We supply a wide range of pre-planted hanging baskets, bedding plants, pots and containers to retail customers from our farm shop and also to wholesale and business customers in the local area and London. Please subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to hear what is going on and to be reminded when we open.

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Plant Nursery

We are open seasonally for Hanging Baskets, Pots & Containers, Bedding Plants Winter Hanging Baskets and Christmas Tree Sales. Please check before you come, sign up for our newsletter or follow us in social media to be kept informed.

Pre-Planted Hanging Baskets

Cantosa Farm Pre-Planted 20" Hanging BasketsIf you are wondering where to buy hanging baskets, look no further! At the farm, we produce Hanging Baskets, pots, shrubs, bedding plants and other products to a very high standard.

All baskets, pots and containers include professional grade compost, slow release fertiliser and water retention gel to make looking after them a  little easier for you. Our Hanging Basket plants are from a local wholesale nursery and are raised to perfection before being sold to us as plug plants. From there we grow them on and plant them up in our many hanging basket and container designs.

Despite insisting on the best for ourCantosa Farm Pre-Planted Containers hanging baskets, we are still able to offer our customers great prices. For example, a 12″ basket starts from just £12.99. We have learned that by not being greedy with our prices our customers come back year after year with some even bringing friends and neighbours with them!

You can use this website to sign up to our email newsletter, find out when our seasonal farm shop/ plant nursery is open and look for more information about our Summer Hanging BasketsWinter Hanging Baskets and Christmas Trees.

Winter Hanging Baskets with Spring Bulbs

Winter Hanging Basket 2018 Cantosa FarmFrom the beginning of October we open up for Winter Hanging Basket sales. All of our winter hanging baskets contain Spring bulbs to add a final splash of colour to your garden before our Summer baskets are available. We also use a professional growing medium and add a high dose of slow release fertiliser in order to make maintenance minimal. All plants used in our designs are winter hardy and the evergreens and spring bulbs can be used to plant in your garden when the basket has finished.
We offer a £1 discount for every returned empty basket. The discount is available at the point of purchasing a new hanging basket from us and the basket must be reusable.

Christmas Trees

In December we open up our barn to the14ft Traditional Spruce public for Christmas Tree sales. We stock Nordman Spruce, Traditional Spruce and Frazer Fir Trees. All of our trees are Premium Grade which means that they have been specially selected by the grower because of their fullness and beauty. Our trees are grown locally and cut just a few days before sale. Our Trees range from 3ft to 12ft or more. Trees are sold out of nets and re-netted for free to make them easy for you to take home. We have a hard-standing car park so no need to get your shoes muddy!

Find Us

Address:
Cantosa Farm
Narcot Lane
Chalfont St Giles
Buckinghamshire
HP8 4DX

5 minutes from J2 M40 Beaconsfield
5 minutes from Gerrards Cross
10 minutes from J1 M40/ M25 Denham

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Social Media

We regularly update our Facebook page with how the seedlings, planting and general growing is coming along in our plant nursery so please take the time to like our page to stay updated.

We like our customers to feel that they are involved and therefore welcome suggestions to improve our range and service. Hopefully, you will enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them.

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