Garden Parasols

Garden Parasols provide the perfect opportunity to create a beautiful outdoor living and entertaining zone. They can provide your garden with a sense of formality and structure and enhance the overall appeal of any space. The large fabric canopy of the parasol provides you with shade, protection from the elements and makes a visually stunning [...]

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Garden Seating

Garden seating plays a pivotal role in the design of any garden. In order to achieve maximum functionality and beauty, garden seating should be used as a decorative feature and as a purpose-defined area for relaxing and entertaining. There are various garden seating options for you to consider including enclosed seating, benches and entertaining chairs. [...]

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Crowders Garden Centre

Crowders garden centre occupies an ideal setting in rural countryside on 300 acres of growing land. One of the largest privately owned garden centres in the country. It has transformed the existing farm buildings into different departments and areas devoted to various aspects of gardening. The former stables, for instance, have been converted into the [...]

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Baytree Nurseries And Garden Centre

Begun as a modest small-holding in 1970, Baytree nurseries and garden centre is the place where both the specialist and beginner can explore every aspect of gardening and garden life in an impressive complex ranging over 30 acres. The sheer scale and diversity of this garden centre and nursery are truly impressive. It is laid [...]

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Barton Grange Garden Centre

Established in 1963, Barton grange garden centre, comprising this centre, One in Bolton and another in Woodford, has an enviable reputation as a leader in the field of gardening and outdoor leisure. Having developed its own wholesale plant-growing division, Barton grange can offer a high quality range of trees, shrubs, seasonal bedding plants and houseplants. [...]

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Gateacre Garden Centre

Developed over more than 60 years, since 1935, Gateacre garden centre once occupied the countryside, but urban spread has meant that it is now within Liverpool itself. Necessarily small due to constraints of the surrounding houses, this garden centre nevertheless uses all space to best effect and offers a comprehensive range of plants, tools, gardening [...]

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Woodlands Nurseries

Woodlands nurseries started as a one-acre tomato nursery in the 1970s. Today. the biggest garden centre in the East Midlands occupies an 18-acre site and boasts one of the largest covered sales areas in the uk. As the name suggests, there is more to this business than simply selling garden products. A modern 4 1/2 [...]

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Lady Green Nurseries & Garden Centre

Lady green garden centre was opened in 1985 by owners Philip and Sue Allison. Philip, a trained landscape designer, ahs developed the centre grounds from small beginnings as a ploughed field to its present status as a successful and prosperous business with a growing reputation for the variety and quality of its plants. Set in [...]

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Sefton Meadows Garden & Home Centre

Sefton meadows began in 1988 with one building selling plants and compost and a small nursery. Developed and added to over the years, I now has several departments over 4 1/2 acres. This garden centre continues to grow, with new innovations all the time – a large extension to the nursery is currently underway. This [...]

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Pennells Garden Centre

Founded by Richard Pennell in 1780, Pennells nurseries are among the oldest in the country. Still in the same family, the nursery developed from humble beginnings. By the 1880s clematis species, for which the nursery remains justly famous, first started to appear in quantity in the country’s catalogue. Pennells nursery continues to supply other GCA [...]

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