Spring Flowering Bulbs now in

Our full range of Spring Flowering Bulbs is now in. We have special buys on 2kg nets of Daffodils, a super offer on dwarf narcissus Tete a Tete and super size loose hyacinths and tulips, buy as many or as few as you like!  With collections af Alliums, Iris, Daffs and Narcissus, both tall and dwarf, and just about every shade of Tulip you can imagine, we have probably got the best collection available in the New Forest area. 

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A wide range of seasonal offers are now available.

Don't forget to check out our OFFERS PAGE

or visit the Garden Centre to see the lastest deals.

Tete A Tete XL Value

OFFER back again in 2014 due to popular demand…

£5.99 Buy One Get One Free

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AFTERNOON TEA at Camellias Restaurant

AFTERNOON TEA at

 Camellias

Treat yourself and your family or friends to this delicious indulgence!

Only £7.50 per head, or why not add a bottle of Prosecco and some orange juice -

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Plant of the Week: Conifers

Plant of the Week: Conifers

There are few groups of trees more versatile, colourful and well-behaved than conifers. They have an ancient history, need little maintenance and you're sure to find one that's a perfect fit for your garden. Yet one variety has tarnished the name of all the rest by outgrowing its welcome and generally making a nuisance of itself. We're talking the much-hated hedging plant, Leylandii cypress, scourge of neighbourhood relations everywhere.

Take no notice: conifers are the canny gardener's best-kept secret. Get to know the likes of brilliant blue Korean fir (Abies koreana), lush and hummocky Pinus mugo or steely blue juniper 'Blue Star' and you're sure to change your mind.

Store your apples

Store your apple harvest for winter in crates or racks and they'll last in perfect condition for several months. Choose only unblemished fruits to store, and wrap each one in newspaper so they aren't touching each other. Check regularly through the winter and remove any showing signs of rot.

Laying a path

A handsome path is a striking finishing touch to your garden. It plays an active role in your design, leading a visitor through from one feature to the next and inviting you to explore. It's also practical, giving you access to borders for weeding and planting. Match the materials you use with…

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