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  • Though it is certainly heavy, it will create just the right atmosphere; you can even find garden furniture that helps recreate the look and feel of the Victorian and Edwardian era.
  • The Homebase Garden Furniture department also offers a garden design service by Linette Applegate if you purchase from them, and have certain products that are only available on line and not in store.
  • If you have a big enough garden, you should really consider adding some B & Q garden furniture to the scene.
  • You don’t have to have a big garden to have Tesco garden furniture, there are many different kind of sets and you are bound to find the perfect product that suits you as well as your garden.
  • There is a guarantee on all ASDA garden furniture items and of course you can have the items delivered to your home if necessary.
  • It doesn’t matter whether you have a huge garden with a swimming pool or a little one with just paving; you are guaranteed to find one of the Focus garden furniture products perfect for your outdoor needs.
  • John Lewis garden furniture includes chairs, tables, cushions and others all the way to BBQ grills and patio heaters.
  • Ikea garden furniture may be lacking, but they do sell a few items such as wicker chairs.
  • You can choose your Argos garden furniture from hardwood designs depending on what you need for your outdoor space.
  • You can also go with the eBay garden furniture that is put up on eBay by the people who currently own it, meaning that you will be able to take advantage of the fact that since the garden furniture is already owned, it will cost less money.
  • The colours featured in this year’s Sainsburys garden furniture collection range from a simple wood finish to the retro teals, reds, and oranges that were so popular in the 1960’s and are again in style this summer season.
  • When purchasing Textoline garden furniture you know what is expected from your products, a reliable, comfortable furniture set that is low maintenance and easy on the eyes and wallet.
  • When shopping for garden furniture, it's good to take your own taste and needs into account, as well as considering the kind of weather you experience and what fits your price range the best.
  • It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for a table and chair set or something as simple as a hammock, you can find it for a reasonable price on the internet. Never settle for second best.
  • Useful gardening and patio furniture related companies.
  • Hartman garden furniture is known for its innovation and quality. Providing easy care, durable, stylish garden furniture is what Hartman is all about. 2008 is looking to be all about great new looks for your yard and garden.
  • Nova Garden Furniture provides the utmost comfort and quality for any garden. With the extensive range of quality furniture there is sure to be something for everyones taste.
  • Alexander Rose garden furniture is known for its timeless design in both traditional and modern styles. Using only the highest quality materials, Alexander Rose guarantees all its products against manufacturer and material defects.
  • Kettler Royal Garden furniture fills those requirements quite well. With classic designs in wrought iron, these fine pieces of garden furniture will grace your outdoor living space for a long time.
  • Debenhams garden furniture might be exactly what you are looking for! Debenhams is one of the UK's preeminent department stores, and their selection of garden furniture is suitable for almost any look that you are going for.
  • By taking a look at what is available from Habitat garden furniture, you'll see a wide variety of selections to choose from.
  • Next garden furniture has a suite and design to suit a wide variety of needs so make sure that you see what they can find for you.
  • Garden furniture directory of the leading manufacturers / retailers supplying the UK.
  • Marks and Spencer Garden Furniture is aimed to please the most selective of tastes, and if you are in need of a sophisticate touch, they are definitely the place for you.
  • Woolworths garden furniture has a variety of fine and exquisite garden furniture that is very affordable.
  • When you are looking for a way to make sure that your garden looks its best, you will find that you are going to need some beautiful furniture and supplies to go with it, and you'll find that you can't go wrong by taking a look at the Garden Store Garden Centres.
  • The Webbs garden centre is a family business that is looking to provide for the needs of both expert and novice gardeners.
  • When you are looking for a garden centre that really knows how to take care of its clients, you will fin that the Bents garden centre is one that tops the list.
  • Dobbies garden centre is the first and last word when it comes to good gardening, and you will find that it makes up most of the words in between as well.
  • Whether you have a certain look for your garden in mind, or you are looking around to see what's what, you'll find that you can't go wrong by browsing an collection that is extensive as the one that is offered through the Wyevale garden centre.
  • If you are thinking about what the Homebase garden centre has to offer, you'll find that at the most basic level, it is made to accommodate your design and your landscaping needs.
  • All UK garden centres and nurseries however aim to provide the highest quality of product and service and the directory and reviews here should help you identify and locate the garden centre or nursery which meets your particular need.
  • Berkshire is a lovely place in the UK with some stunning scenery and some really good garden centres
  • Founded in 1935, the Squire's Group is a family business which comprises seven garden centres, a rose nursery and herbaceous and bedding plant nurseries. The company seeks to maintain high standards combining quality plants and gardening products with the very best service to gardeners and a tradition of working with the local community.
  • Founded in 1898 by the grandfather of the present owners, Willington Garden Centre began life as a cut flower nursery supplying towns in the north of England and Scotland. It became a garden centre in 1972 and over the last few years has seen considerable investment in the garden plant area, plant house, landscaped grounds and water features nestling beside the outstanding Garden Room Restaurant.
  • Originally established in 1972, Booker Garden Centre was completely rebuilt in 1988. The garden centre is set into the side of a hill overlooking rolling countryside and is evocative of country living with the original brick and flint building.
  • Established in 1946, Frosts Garden Centre at Woburn Sands is a family business which began as a cut flower and tomato nursery. By 1962 it was one of the first garden centres in the UK. Voted Garden Centre of the year in 1997/98, the whole centre has an ambience of quality and style.
  • Not many really good garden centres in Cambridgeshire but this is one of high quality
  • Brampton Garden Centre is a spacious and well stocked garden centre boasting large open and undercover display areas. The centre is nicely paved throughout with plenty of room to browse at your leisure.
  • Established in 1963, Barton Grange Garden Centres comprising of 3 centres in Woodford, Preston and Bolton, has an enviable reputation as a leader in the field of gardening and outdoor leisure.
  • Founded in 1962, Brookside garden centre specialises in an exceptionally wide range of specimen perennials, bedding plants, flowering shrubs and fruit trees, set of by landscaped set pieces to help visitors decide.
  • Burleydam Garden Centre has been owned since 1989 by Sally and Adrian Cornelissen and offers exceptional service from knowledgeable staff. With a huge selection of plants and garden accessories, this comprehensive garden centre always has expert help on hand to assist you with choosing the best plants.
  • Still owned and personally managed by the Nicholson family, who founded Gordale back in 1948, Gordale garden centre occupies 10 acres of both covered and open areas, providing plenty to do whatever the weather.
  • From humble beginnings in 1975, Grosvenor garden centre has continued to improve and expand; recent redevelopment is being completed by further planned development to be completed by the year 2000.
  • High Legh garden centre is one of the country's premier centres. With plenty on offer, this garden centre of excellence makes a great day out for all the family, whether they are expert gardeners or enthusiastic beginners.
  • The Cornwall and Devon area has many good garden centres and here is a selection of our favourites
  • Endsleigh garden centre opened in 1972 on the site of a former chrysanthemum nursery. It has grown steadily since that time under the leadership of MD Robin Taylor , whose father was head gardener at stately endsleigh house. One of the largest centres of its kind in the south west, its friendly, highly trained staff can offer advice on all gardening needs.
  • Otter nurseries was established in 1964. From beginning as a wholesale nursery producing trees, bedding plants and shrubs, it has grown into a thriving garden centre. Otter nurseries is now unusual in that they produce 70% of all the hardy outdoor plants they sell on site.
  • Otter nurseries produce their own plants and have 100 acres of growing area, which means that virtually and requirements for plants can be delivered to Plymouth daily. This branch site is within easy reach of the main centre in Ottery St Mary, where 70% of the retail plants are grown.
  • Trelawney garden centre is styled and themed to a traditional railway station reflecting the days when part of the London and south western railway ran through the site from 1800's to the 1960's.
  • Cumbria is a beautiful area of the country but sadly lacking in quality garden centres. The locals probably are too busy enjoying the scenery to spend time in their gardens.
  • Originally established in 1810 by a nurseryman called James Meldrum, Webbs garden centre was purchased by Clarence Webb in the mid-1800's. It was this same Clarence Webb who introduced the internationally acclaimed Webb's wonderful lettuce.
  • Chatsworth garden centre is situated only one mile from Chatsworth house, in what was once a three-acre walled garden within its famed and gracious estate. This centre has been popular and highly regarded since it opened in 1983, and in a relatively short time has earned a reputation as one of the finest garden centres in the area.
  • Established in 1982, Ferndale nursery and garden centre seeks to provide everything the gardening public need and deserve: helpful, friendly and knowledgeable service and the finest range of high-quality plants.
  • Established on a greenfield site in 1987, Grangecraft garden centre is known locally as 'The gardeners garden centre' It is considered a leading garden centre in the Derby area. The centre aims to provide a large selection of quality plants, sold at competitive prices and backed up with expert advice from its qualified staff.
  • Not many great garden centres in and around Dorset but here are a couple we like
  • Stewarts country garden centre occupies a picturesque greenfield site in rural Dorset. It covers a large area of 25 acres. Great gardening ideas are to be found in the plantaria and garden shop, with its attractive gift shop featuring many individual craft items, crystal, pottery, silk flowers and more. As with Stewarts other site, there is an extensive range of outdoor furniture on display.
  • Stewarts garden lands must be one of the most comprehensive garden centres in the country. Garden-Lands is the most complete of garden centres with everything beautifully displayed. Its ideal location on the edge of the new forest and close to the historic town of Christchurch, makes it the perfect place to visit at any time of year.
  • Could only pick out one good garden centre in the are that we like, here it is
  • Peter Barratts garden centre in Stockton, like its sister centre in Newcastle, its a large and comprehensive garden centre offering everything you need to create the perfect garden. The indoor and outdoor areas are pleasant and welcoming, and all products are well-displayed and easy accessible. Outdoor plants are the speciality of this distinguished garden centre.
  • Here is a selection of the most well known Essex garden centres
  • Altons garden centre first opened on Decimalisation day, 1971. This family-run concern is conveniently laid out, with specific areas each naturally flowing into the next. The centre offers an A-Z range of species of flowering and foliage plants, shrubs and trees and alpine plants. Each comes with detailed information on its preferred sitting (shade-loving etc) soil conditions and care regime.
  • Frinton road nurseries is a family business now established for over 50 years with a reputation for friendly and helpful service, it occupies a site in Frinton-on-sea which has been used for growing plants and produce for over 100 years.
  • Established in 1978, the award-winning Thurrock garden centre occupies a 6 acre site which is surrounded by fields and woodland near the lakeside shopping centre. This family business specialises in hanging baskets and has won many awards from the Chelsea flower show, with a first in 1994, 1995 and 1998 for the plantaria section and also a first for foliage in 1994 and 1995.
  • Brambridge park garden centre occupies the old walled garden of the imposing 18th century brambridge house. Much of the original building was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1892. The fine original walled garden is now the outside display area, with a massive range of trees, shrubs and foliage and flowering plants for home and garden.
  • Redfields garden centre is one of the leading garden centres in the home counties. Shopping here is an enjoyable experience, as the centre offers seasonal and themed displays and promotions as well as a selection of special offers all year round.
  • Hertfordshire is one of our favourite areas of the country and has many good garden centres. Here is a selection of our favourites
  • Aylett nurseries is an independent family owned garden centre, established in 1955. Specialising in dahlias we offer a wide selection in a vast range of colours, sizes and forms. The welcome show of colour dahlias can provide when summer bedding plants start to fade, make them a must for the all-year-round garden.
  • A series of old barns linked together form the van hage garden company in bragbury end. Each barn retains many of its original features and individuality. Here you will find quality garden plants and products in a historic farmhouse setting, with lots off added attractions to interest the whole family.
  • Situated on the border of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire, in the midst of beautiful countryside in the village of Chenies is this superior garden centre. Established over 23 years ago it has built up an enviable local reputation over the years for quality and service.
  • The van hage garden company has built up a prestigious reputation over the years for quality and service, since it was established back in 1953. The centre has been a consistent award-winner since 1986, Not just for excellence and achievement but for specific areas or specialities, including its outstanding house plant department.
  • Since it opened in 1974, Woods of berkhamsted is a most unusual garden centre situated on the high street in the centre of berkhamsted. The largest independently owned shop in the town, it fronts the high street where there is a country-style gift shop containing an ever-changing collection of presents and novelties.
  • Kent is a lovely area which we dont get to visit very often due to distance. However it has many good garden centres and here is a selection of our favourites
  • Taking its name from the barn opposite its present site, Bybrook barn garden centre has in its 25-year history outgrown its original premises in the barn and moved here, Where the owners have developed the landscape to include an ornamental lake and a large and decorative bridge.
  • Coolings nurseries ltd began life as a small family-run concern between the wars. Still family-run, it maintains a strong tradition of quality and service. It has been at its present location since 1990. The very loyal customers attest to the superior advice and expert help offered by the educated and friendly staff.
  • With an established garden centre business in crowborough dating back some 20 years, Millbrook garden centre was opened by the same owners here in southfleet in 1993. The original site was a rotting cabbage field, Completely transformed for the centre's premises.
  • Polhill garden centre is a welcoming family-run garden centre which was established 30 years ago by Jim Novell, who used to grow tomatoes to be sold in Covent garden. Latterly his son David and David's wife Allison, together with managing director Colin Cross, have helped to increase and improve the centre's prestige and popularity, by ensuring that is provides a complete shopping experience. With the motto 'The centre that grows on you', this comprehensive centre enjoys a very relaxed atmosphere.
  • Ruxley manor garden centre has been in the same family for four generations. Owner Richard Evans great grandfather began a nursery business in lee green, southeast London in 1876.
  • Lots of good garden centres dotted around, here are a couple of our favourites
  • All In One garden centre aims always to develop a greater understanding of what the gardener needs, and to stock new plants and products, including the latest in garden accessories and finishing touches such as garden furniture, garden lighting, aquatics, seeds and more. Originally a foundry tip covering 5 acres, this centre started as a small shop selling shrubs and garden accessories, with a staff of 10.
  • Established in 1963, Barton grange garden centres comprising this centre, one in Preston 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.
  • Still family run, making it one of the oldest family run businesses in the area, Armitages Garden Centre now comprises two sites, this one and Armitages Pennine Garden Centre at Shelley.
  • The Armitage Pennine Garden Centre also stocks a wide range of tubs, planters, troughs and pots from around the world as well as statues and water features to enhance the natural beauty of any garden.

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