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garden centre

a place where gardening tools and equipment, plants, seeds, etc., are sold
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The shortlists were drawn up following nominations and an internal vote by staff at the two garden centres.
First impressions for locals familiar with the previous garden centre will be a sense of the familiar, as the architecture has followed the same space and planning requirements as before, with the additional of a bigger outside garden space," a spokeswoman for Wyevale Garden Centres said.
As a garden centre, we have the utmost respect for freshly grown ingredients, and our new menu and new-look restaurant is a natural development for Wyevale Garden Centres, giving us the opportunity to celebrate our link with the garden and nature and share that with our customers.
SLG, which is backed by Rcapital, is delighted that Wyevale Garden Centres has acquired Moreton Park.
Not a lot of garden centres can say that, as more often these days garden centres will make most of their profits from their cafeteria or the gift range.
THE founder of Ireland's first five-star garden centre has become the first Irish President of the International Garden Centre Association.
Now, SWR will work with Squire's alongside its other contracts with garden centre groups, including Dobbies, Klondyke and Notcutts and its ability to handle all the multiple and varied waste streams seen at garden centres as a single contract was influential in Squire's decision to select the company for their contract.
This is a fantastic achievement and I would recommend all garden centres to celebrate staff success".
Dobbies Garden Centres have everything you need to create your own little summer paradise, including fresh fruit, vegetable and herb plants, chimeneas, barbecues, gazebos and nautical-inspired products which will allow you to create your own little piece of the seaside in your garden.
Sussex-based independent Jempson's has had planning permission approved to build a large Home & Garden Centre at its flagship store in Peasmarsh.
SALLY CORNELISSEN'S family has been in the garden centre business for almost a century - spanning three generations.
In 1967 the Williamson family opened one of the very first garden centres on their Wyevale nursery site in Hereford.