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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Garden Centres Edinburgh

More than just a garden centre Hello and welcome to our Award-Winning New Hopetoun Gardens Garden Centre. Situated to the west of Edinburgh, Dougal Philip and Lesley Watson first set-up the garden centre over 30 years ago. New Hopetoun Gardens has grown well over the years. Now, with a well-stocked gift shop, our popular Orangery tearoom, and a fantastic reputation as one of Edinburgh’s best-stocked garden centres, we continue to focus on variety, choice and quality.    
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Situated to the west of Edinburgh, Dougal Philip and Lesley Watson first set-up the garden centre over 30 years ago. New Hopetoun Gardens has grown well over the years. Now, with a well-stocked gift shop, our popular Orangery tearoom, and a fantastic reputation as one of Edinburgh’s best-stocked garden centres, we continue to focus on variety, choice and quality.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

“This garden centre group encompasses 128 individually branded garden centres around the country, including this one, Wyvale and Blooms of Bressingham,” says Anna Rose. The website has a search engine to find your local garden centres, as well as advice, online ordering and a plant-finding service.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Klondyke Garden Centre is located on the outskirts of Edinburgh off the B701. It is next door to the Mortonhall Caravan Park, so is ideal to enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch in our Topiary Coffee Shop if you are visiting the area.Spend time browsing our wide range of flowers and plants, garden equipment and homewares, food and gifts, pet supplies and much, much more. Our Topiary Coffee Shop serves everything from a quick snack to a hearty lunch or a traditional afternoon tea, so there’s something to suit all tastes. Our home baking is the perfect accompaniment to our freshly brewed coffee.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Together with the exceptional nursery, Dobbies has many trade partners sharing their premises. These include Garden Building Centre, Direct Gardens, Shaws Fine Meats, Cotton Traders and the Edinburgh Woolen Mill. Other facilities at Dobbies include numerous eateries, farm shops, bakeries, a delicatessen, liquor sales, a cooking equipment shop, children’s play area, picnic area and a car wash.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Mayshade Garden Centre is located on Eskbank Road, near the A7 Edinburgh Road roundabout. Ample parking is available if you choose to visit by car, although the No. 40 or 49 bus stop right outside.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Merryhatton is situated on the B1347 road. To reach the centre from Edinburgh, take the A1 south out of the city, exiting at Abbotsview Junction. From there, take the second exit at the next roundabout onto East Linton on the A199. Merryhatton Garden Centre signage can be found from this point onwards.
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Garden Centres Edinburgh

Mill Garden Centre is situated south west of Edinburgh, roughly 20 miles away. The easiest way to reach it by vehicle is to travel on the M8, turning right onto the A801 then left into Bathgate road and finally right into Mill road. A number of bus stops are found in the area, most notably at Honeyman Court or Avondale Drive, both around 0.3 miles from the centre itself.
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David Barnes built Dobbies into the biggest garden centre chain in Scotland until in 2007, he sold out to Tesco, says Anna. “Dobbies centres vary in quality but this is a good one with a big garden buildings centre.”
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It’s also the Dobbies Head Office. Based in a rural location, within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre, our flagship centre naturally has an abundance of plants, outdoor and indoor furniture, gardening tools and equipment, toys and games, pet care and aquatic items and much more. You’ll also find our restaurant and conservatory and gardening experts on hand to offer green-fingered tips, help and advice.
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To reach the centre, take the Service 45 Lothian bus which stops right outside. If you are travelling by car, take the A71 off the A720 at the City of Edinburgh bypass, then take the Riccarton Mains Road exit. Ample parking is available, check out their Facebook page.
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New Hopetoun Gardens are located west of Edinburgh, roughly a 25 minute trip by car using the A904 out of the city, located off the A90. The closest bus station is found at Abercorn Road End around 0.4 miles away.
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This family-run group of garden centres covers five retail sites in Kent and the South-East, and specialises in growing its own stock. So proud are they of the provenance of the plants that a three-year guarantee is offered, says Anna Rose.
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Standing on an acre of land, the oldest of Chelsea’s nurseries occupies a site used for hundreds of years as a thriving garden, says Dorothy. “Today it offers a calm and slightly quirky green oasis at the end of the bustling King’s Road in London. Pick your way through the eclectic mix of plants and pots artfully arranged around the meandering pathways, making it more like a visit to a secret garden than a walk through a garden centre. Indoor and outdoor plants fight for space with garden statuary, planters, benches and even the odd gazebo.”
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“A garden shop has recently opened at Rowallane, which has got to be great news given that this is a plantsman’s garden,” says Victoria. “It was created by the Rev John Moore in the 1860s and is now run by the National Trust. It is particularly famous for its blue Himalayan poppies, the Victorian walled garden and the rock garden wood.
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Merryhatton specialize in all things garden related from plants, trees, shrubs or seeds to garden furniture or any piece of gardening equipment you might ever need. Purchased goods can be delivered by a same day delivery service which operates in the surrounding area. Staff will also happily assemble any garden furniture that you have purchased.
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Tips & Inspirationto make your garden GROWTo help you get the most from your garden, our useful hints and tips page offers lots of useful advice and inspiring ideas. From gardening check lists throughout the year, to lawn care advice and demonstrations on planting foodie pots. This week, Carolyn gives her top tips on how to create beautiful hanging baskets and patio containers to add instant colour and interest to your outdoor space.View the latest tips & tricks
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“London’s oldest, and swankiest, garden centre,” says Anna. “Garden design, landscaping, management, they do it all. Vintage furniture, stylish pots and plants. At a price.”
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An extensive range of seeds, plants, trees as well as shrubs are available along with garden supplies, garden equipment, leisure equipment, pet supplies, oak furniture, gift ideas, gift cards and gardening books. Other onsite facilities include the Topiary coffee shop, which offers light meals, as well as Oxbox Kitchen & Bathrooms.
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“Winners of the Greatest Garden Centre Team (mid-sized) 2011 and no wonder,” says Anna. “Charlie Groves is the sixth generation to run this brilliant family business. Compost, seeds, chicken feed, turf, roses, water features, pots, bedding plants – everything you’d expect in a local garden centre, but with the best help and service you’ll find.”
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“A place that welcomes both me and my pooch – perfect,” says Dorothy. “Emcy’s is a rare find: a large, independent garden centre with every conceivable plant and garden accoutrement; staff who go out of their way to make your visit a memorable one; and most importantly, not happy with the price? They’re ready to listen to reasonable offers.” The grow your own page on its website offering advice and gardening tips is worth keeping an eye on for sensible, monthly updates.
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As the largest historic botanic garden in Cornwall, the privately owned Tregothnan Estate, although not strictly a garden centre, deserves a mention, says Dorothy. “Its range of plants, many of which are rare, is grown on the estate and is continuously being extended to meet the demand for locally grown, high quality British plants and there is expert advice and guidance over the phone or by email.” Visit by appointment only.
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This is an emporium of all things garden-related, including upmarket furniture, accessories and, of course, plants, says Anna Rose. It often receives the Garden Centre of Excellence award, plus it hosts a regular farmer’s market and has a fantastic locally sourced food shop and café.
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Video Tour More than just a garden centre Known locally as The Plant People and run by skilled gardeners with a genuine passion for growing and gardening, we select our garden plants and shrubs very carefully, so we know they will grow well in Scotland. And with 18 individually- themed gardens to explore, you can see for yourself how our bedding plants grow, develop and thrive in our typical Scottish conditions.  
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More than just a garden centre Known locally as The Plant People and run by skilled gardeners with a genuine passion for growing and gardening, we select our garden plants and shrubs very carefully, so we know they will grow well in Scotland. And with 18 individually- themed gardens to explore, you can see for yourself how our bedding plants grow, develop and thrive in our typical Scottish conditions.  
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PLANTS We stock only the highest quality bedding plants for wonderful displays of colour the whole year round. Whether it is for hanging baskets, containers or to plant out your borders, a huge selection of upright and trailing plants are available individually or in pack for summer and winter displays. Our expert staff are always on hand to advise you. A wide selection of shrubs, conifers, herbaceous, alpines, heathers, trees, fruit bushes, herbs and hedging are available throughout the year. COFFEE SHOP Our Pat’s Pantry coffee shop at Heathhall Garden Centre offers a selection of delicious light lunches, including jacket potatoes, and paninis (toasted baguettes). Our sandwiches and toasties are freshly made to order with an exciting range of fillings. Popular promotional meal deals change throughout the seasons not forgetting our ever popular homemade soups. We have a large selection of mouth watering treats including cakes, tray bakes and scones baked daily. Our beverage selection includes, latte, cappuccino, and espresso, a selection of twining speciality teas and general soft drinks. PET & AQUATIC DEPARTMENT A must see within Heathhall Garden Centre is the south of Scotlands largest purpose built pet & aquatic department, with everything you could ever need for your aquarium, pond, small animals and birds. Our beautiful aquatic showroom houses an extensive selection of quality tropical, cold water, marine fish and invertebrates. We also stock a huge range of aquariums and accessories, not forgetting a great selection of aquatic plants. Our pet section is home to our rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats cage and companion birds – all from carefully sourced breeders, so that we can assure you of the healthiest, happiest pets at all times. We also have a superb selection of cages, feeds, treats, healthcare products and bedding etc. In the pond season we open our purpose built pond section, where you will find the areas largest selection of quality pond products including pumps, filters, pond plants, pond fish, etc. Something we pride ourselves in is the friendly expert advice which is freely given by our trained staff – so don’t be afraid to ask, that’s what we are here for!

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