COVID -19 NOTICE

    The Garden Centre and Rose Garden Tea Rooms are CLOSED until further notice.

    We are offering a FREE local DELIVERY SERVICE to anyone wishing to garden during isolation. Email [email protected] to place an order.

    Due to the current situation we are all facing, the garden centre & tea rooms will be closed until further notice. PLEASE DO NOT COME ALONG IN PERSON. If you still wish to purchase plants or gardening materials to keep you busy during your time in isolation we will be manning our phones to take your orders. These will then be delivered to your homes free of charge within the local area. To place an order send us an email on [email protected]

    We wish you and your families all the best during these uncertain times.

    The Hertfordshire Garden Centre Team
     

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    We are the Hertfordshire Garden Centre. Based in Redbourn on the outskirts of historic St Albans, our small, friendly and independent premises are perfectly suited for home and garden enthusiasts who rightfully expect a little more for their money. We always try to deliver a personal and helpful service to help our customers make the right product choices. From informed advice and friendly service to genuine value-for-money garden products, we serve our local community as a garden shrub stockist in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.

     

     

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    Growing grapevines

    Of all the fruit you can grow in the garden, a grapevine is among the most productive and beautiful. All you need is a sunny wall, fence or pergola for it to scramble up and it'll cheerfully cover the whole thing with big elegant leaves turning brilliant colours in autumn, and of course fat clus…

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    Spring bulbs

    Deadhead fading spring bulbs such as daffodils and crocus and treat them to a high-nitrogen feed so that they can gather enough strength to flower next year. Be sure to only remove the dead flowers, don't cut the leaves as these make the food that's used to feed the bulbs when they come up again next spring.