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Scotsdale Garden Centre

Scotsdale Garden Centre

Home & Garden Tips Welcome to Star Radio's Home & Garden tips with Scotsdales Garden Centre, helping you to create a garden you love! More than just a garden centre…With half a century of experience they have a solid understanding of what is important to you and provide an enjoyable shopping experience, where you can shop at ease with the confidence of knowing you’ll get the best advice. Love your garden and enjoy its beauty, make your outside space work for you. Check back each week to find a new home & garden tip revealed! #1 Prepare For Spring Listen to this audio Early Spring is a busy time for your garden, as it starts to come alive again after the long winter. If the weather allows and the grass is starting to grow, you may even need to start mowing, but remember to set the cutting height at its maximum and only mow if the grass is dry.   #2 Plant Your Seeds Listen to this audio If you want your garden to bloom this Summer it’s time to plant out your Lily bulbs in patio pots and borders. Lilies prefer moisture retentive, well drained compost, that is rich in organic matter and they are best planted in groups of three or five. #3 Protect Your Plants Listen to this audio Slugs can often attack your newly emerging shoots of perennials and bulbs at this time of year, so don’t forget to regularly inspect vulnerable plants such as hostas and delphiniums, and think about protecting them by using slug pellets, traps or nematodes. #4 Grow Your Own Fruit Listen to this audio There’s nothing better than being able to pick your own fruit from your own garden, it tastes so much nicer than anything you can buy in the shops! And if you’d like a bumper crop this year now is the time to be getting to work. #5 Preventing Dead Flowers Listen to this audio With so much new growth around at this time of year, the last thing you want to see is dead flowers. So it’s off with their heads as you remove the dead flower heads of daffodils as they fade, leaving the stems and foliage to die down naturally. #6 Weed Control Listen to this audio As we get further into Spring you may find more and more dreaded weeds are invading your garden, try to combat them before they grow too tall and flower and seed. Regular hoeing, careful use of weed-killers or applying a mulch of bark will help. #7 Look After Your Houseplants Listen to this audio By looking after your poinsettias, azaleas and other winter flowering houseplants you’ll keep their beautiful display of flowers going for longer. Water carefully with tepid water (rainwater for the azaleas) and feed regularly with a suitable plant food.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

Welcome to Star Radio's Home & Garden tips with Scotsdales Garden Centre, helping you to create a garden you love! More than just a garden centre…With half a century of experience they have a solid understanding of what is important to you and provide an enjoyable shopping experience, where you can shop at ease with the confidence of knowing you’ll get the best advice. Love your garden and enjoy its beauty, make your outside space work for you. Check back each week to find a new home & garden tip revealed! #1 Prepare For Spring Listen to this audio Early Spring is a busy time for your garden, as it starts to come alive again after the long winter. If the weather allows and the grass is starting to grow, you may even need to start mowing, but remember to set the cutting height at its maximum and only mow if the grass is dry.   #2 Plant Your Seeds Listen to this audio If you want your garden to bloom this Summer it’s time to plant out your Lily bulbs in patio pots and borders. Lilies prefer moisture retentive, well drained compost, that is rich in organic matter and they are best planted in groups of three or five. #3 Protect Your Plants Listen to this audio Slugs can often attack your newly emerging shoots of perennials and bulbs at this time of year, so don’t forget to regularly inspect vulnerable plants such as hostas and delphiniums, and think about protecting them by using slug pellets, traps or nematodes. #4 Grow Your Own Fruit Listen to this audio There’s nothing better than being able to pick your own fruit from your own garden, it tastes so much nicer than anything you can buy in the shops! And if you’d like a bumper crop this year now is the time to be getting to work. #5 Preventing Dead Flowers Listen to this audio With so much new growth around at this time of year, the last thing you want to see is dead flowers. So it’s off with their heads as you remove the dead flower heads of daffodils as they fade, leaving the stems and foliage to die down naturally. #6 Weed Control Listen to this audio As we get further into Spring you may find more and more dreaded weeds are invading your garden, try to combat them before they grow too tall and flower and seed. Regular hoeing, careful use of weed-killers or applying a mulch of bark will help. #7 Look After Your Houseplants Listen to this audio By looking after your poinsettias, azaleas and other winter flowering houseplants you’ll keep their beautiful display of flowers going for longer. Water carefully with tepid water (rainwater for the azaleas) and feed regularly with a suitable plant food.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

Head south out of the City Centre, turning right at the traffic junction, next to the Catholic Church, on to Lensfield Road. Follow Lensfield road along until you reach a junction, take the turning left on to the A1134 (Trumpington Road) and head South. Follow Trumpington Road south approximately 2 miles into Trumpington proper. When you reach a traffic junction signposting South for the M11, take the turning left on to the A1301, signposted for the Shelfords. Follow the A1301 for approximately 1 mile, Scotsdales Garden Centre is on the left hand side.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

About Scotsdales More than just a garden centre… With half a century of experience and listening to our customers’ wishes we have a solid understanding of what is important to you when shopping for your home and garden. Our aim is to provide an enjoyable shopping experience, where you can shop at ease with the confidence of knowing you’ll get the best advice. Love your garden and enjoy its beauty, make your outside space work for you.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

More than just a garden centre…With half a century of experience they have a solid understanding of what is important to you and provide an enjoyable shopping experience, where you can shop at ease with the confidence of knowing you’ll get the best advice. Love your garden and enjoy its beauty, make your outside space work for you.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

A Christmas was eight per cent up. As a traditional garden centre, we haven’t done Christmas well until three years ago. Now we take some garden care space out and we’re coming from a lower base. Our Christmas percentage is still not big enough but you can’t change that overnight. Total sales for Christmas are six per cent, which I think is too low. Real trees were very good – up 4.5 per cent, which I put down to our service. We’ll un-net up to eight trees and we’ll deliver. I don’t want to put a tree in my car and I don’t think my customers do either. We compete with Waitrose down the road so I’m not unhappy with that figure.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

The garden centre is very well managed with a very committed team. Notably, Jonathan Savage does a fantastic job at managing the planteria. The previous planteria manager, Peter Jackson, was very well-known in the area and is now used by the company to give solid gardening advice and has had slots on the radio.
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Scotsdale Garden Centre

Much of the housing stock, particularly on the edge of the town, would be fairly old and therefore have larger gardens than new-build properties. The town is prosperous, house prices remain high and the universities provide loads of employment. All good news if you have a garden centre in the town – even better news if you are the only significant player in the region.
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We design and build high-quality conservatories and orangeries. Our impressive show site at Scotsdales Garden Centre is the most prestigious in East Anglia. We suggest you bring the family along for a day out at Scotsdales to view our range of conservatories and orangeries. Experience built in We have experience with all kinds of properties from period to modern. All conservatories and orangeries are individually designed and tailor-made to blend perfectly with your home. We undertake all aspects of planning, listed building consent and building regulations. This includes the preparation of drawings for orangeries and conservatories, with site meetings and coordination with local authorities as required. Building & constructionMore information about construction, design and planning considerations.Building an orangeryPlanning permissionWhat will it cost? Products & Services Conservatories Orangeries Folding Doors Sliding Sash Windows Commercial Contact Us

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