Welcome to Ducks Hill
New season flowering bulbs now in stock
What else have we got in store? It'd be easier to say what we haven't got!
As well as a truly exceptional range of plants, accessories & tools - if we say so ourselves - we also have ,Alliums, Baby Bio, Cacti , Daffodils  , Evergreen plants , Fish Foods   ,Gardena micro  , Hyacinths  , Indoor plants , Jacks magic , Kindling wood,Lavendula ,Manure , Narcissus bulbs , orchids , Peckish   Q4 Fertiliser, Rhododendrons , Salt tablets ,Tulips  , Unicorns, verbena ,Wellington boots , xtra value , yucca, even zoo animals!
Please do pop in soon, we'll be delighted to see you!
Come in soon, Mrs. Lovatt did.....'a very pleasant and inspiring place, well-equipped and a good range of plants'
'A wonderful little garden centre with a great range of plants. The whole staff and centre are very special in my eyes. Worth a visit.' Mrs. Lesley Cain
'So many things under one roof! I popped in for a few plants and stayed two hours. But well worth every minute, the staff were very helpful.' Mrs J Longman
A Member of the Choice Marketing Group of Garden Centres
An independent garden centre selling indoor and outdoor plants and horticultural supplies, garden furniture seasonal products plus the garden cafe . Delivery service available .
We are so confident in the quality of our hardy plants that we are happy to guarantee them for 5 years. We will gladly replace any hardy stock that does fail, provided it has been looked after correctly. Simply return the plant within 5 years, along with original proof of purchase.
Wheelchair friendly shop there is access for less abled visitors as the store is on one level. There are designated disabled parking bays . Less abled toilet facilities and baby changing facilities are available
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September Lawn care
Preparing lawns for winter It's traditional to give lawns a pick-me-up in September, to revitalise them after summer weather and to ensure they are fit enough to get through winter. However, with longer summers and lack of water , it's best to hold on until after some decent rain and you can see the grass is growing again
Late summer progresses to autumn .September is generally a cooler, gustier month than August and the days are noticeably shorter. While there's not as much to do in the ornamental garden at this time of the year, if you have a fruit or vegetable patch, you'll be busy reaping the rewards of harvest. It's also time to get out and start planting spring-flowering bulbs for next year.