Boyces Nursery, Fruit Farm & Manstree Vineyard
19th May 2018
Our full range of summer Hanging Baskets, Patio Pots/ troughs and Flower Pouches are now on sale. We also have an extensive range of basket, patio and bedding plants available.
For the finest in...
Hanging baskets, container gardening & plants
Soft fruits - ready picked & frozen
Local English Wines...
Come to Boyces nursery, fruit farm & vineyard.
Situated 1 1/2 miles south west of the exeter city boundary, the business comprises of 3 retail enterprises.
Professional growers selling quality plants, hanging baskets & pots direct to the public!
Specialising in hanging baskets and containers we have over 25 years’ experience and many satisfied customers!
The nursery now sells a good range of Shrubs, Herbs & Perennials, with knowledgable staff to help and advise you with your purchases.
The Fruit Garden
Our range of Frozen Summer Soft Fruit Picked this summer includes....
RASPBERRIES, LOGANBERRIES, RED DESSERT GOOSEBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, TUMMELBERRIES, BLACKCURRANTS AND REDCURRANTS.
Boyces Fruit Preserves - The tastiest treat made from soft fruits grown on the farm - a taste of summer in a jar!
Jupiter Apple Juice from 2016 Harvest - £2.75 PER BOTTLE
Please telephone us on 01392 832218 to order and to check prices
Also available a selection of our own home made fruit preserves, honey, marmalade and chutney - we have a nice range of jute gift bags which can hold 2 or 3 jars of the above product selection and make an attractive gift.
8 acres of soft fruit crops are grown which we pick when ready, large quantities can be ordered for collection fresh or frozen. Please click on the fruit farm button to find out what we have and when it is available.
Follow the brown signs to the vineyard from Alphington!
1979 - 2018
39 years old and still growing
Our vineyard now has the oldest commercially productive vines in Devon,
Manstree vineyard was established 39 years ago by the owner’s predecessor Gerry Symons. Significant replanting has taken place over the last 15 years and the vine varieties now flourish on the red devon soil growing in an area known as the devon frying pan because of its unusually low summer rainfall.
For any further information please contact boyces at manstree on 01392 832218, who will be more than happy to help with your enquiry.