Daisy Nook Garden Centre

Founded in 1973, Daisy Nook Garden Centre was the brainchild of a local doctor, Mr Richard Calder. Working as manager of the centre, he took over as owner in 1985, and has totally rebuilt, refurbished and expanded the centre over the intervening years.

Today, in addition to the excellent range of trees, shrubs, flowering and foliage plants, groundcover, herbs and more, the centre also boasts an unusual range of alpines and dwarf conifers. The centre prides itself on its wide selection of roses, which includes miniatures and shrub roses.

All roses come with a two year guarantee. Covering 5 acres and set in picturesque countryside, with the river Medlock running through it, the centre features extensive display gardens including professionally designed water features. The handsome furniture department has a comprehensive range of wood, resin and plastic furniture for the garden or conservatory.

The new houseplant department was awarded winner of the 1998 houseplant competition for the northwest region by the GCA. This welcoming and interesting garden centre also features a dedicated patio department, while the onsite coffee shop is just the place to relax and enjoy a hot drink and a hot or cold snack or meal, all freshly prepared.

Outdoor garden centre manager Paul Tyler gives regular talks on-site on a variety of topics of interest to every gardener, from the novice to the most experienced.

Daisy Nook Garden Centre
Medlock Hall
Daisy Nook
Failsworth
Lancashire
M35 9WJ

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