Plant of the month: Camellias

Camellias are a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae. They are found in Eastern and Southern Asia. From the Himalayas east to Japan and Indonesia. Camellias are evergreen and Hardy, they like Ericaceous soil so make very good container plants. They like Full Sun to Partial shade Their leaves are glossy and dark … Continue reading Plant of the month: Camellias

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January in your garden!

Here we are a New Year and another lockdown, but don’t let it dampen your spirits! So for all you enthusiastic Gardeners here are a few jobs you can be doing to help this month. Vegetable Garden If you grow runner beans dig a trench where you want to plant between 12 and 15 inches … Continue reading January in your garden!

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We are open – Please read!

We are open! Thorngrove Garden Centre has reopened today as scheduled and we’ll be open 7 days a week. The new government restrictions mean we can stay open, however, we’ll be taking extra measures to keep our EMA students, staff, and customers safe, so please follow all signage on site. Some areas of the site … Continue reading We are open – Please read!

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Reopening Update

Happy New Year everyone! Thorngrove Reopens Tuesday 5th January 2021. We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year, even with the restrictions in place. Thorngrove Garden Centre will be opening tomorrow as planned, and we’re currently putting in place extra measures to ensure the continued safety of all staff, customers, and EMA … Continue reading Reopening Update

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Closing For Christmas

‘Tis the season! It’s been lovely to see you throughout December, even with the restrictions in place, we appreciate the support of all our customers, and the compliance with our safety measures that allow us to remain open. It’s now the last shopping weekend before Christmas, and if you don’t have everything you need, there’s … Continue reading Closing For Christmas

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Wreath Making Workshops

Back again for 3 days only next week! Join resident Thorngrove Expert Diane Francis as she talks you through and shows you how to make your very own Christmas Wreath. Workshops are twice a day from Weds 16th to Friday 18th Dec. 10am-12pm and then 2pm-4pm. Tickets for the workshop are £5 + the final … Continue reading Wreath Making Workshops

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Online Shop Now Open!

The Thorngrove ONLINE SHOP is finally here!😃   Browse our wide range of products from the comfort of your own home. Plants, compost, trees, shrubs, seeds, Christmas trees and more are now available to purchase online directly from us.   https://shop.thorngrovegardencentre.co.uk/   We’re so excited to finally get the online shop launched, giving you more … Continue reading Online Shop Now Open!

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December…in your garden

Thorngrove expert Chris Francis is here with his final garden jobs of 2020! As we are fast approaching the Shortest day of the year you will need work to keep you warm outside such as digging and tree pruning. Hopefully there are not too many jobs left to do this year so lets have a … Continue reading December…in your garden

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Real Christmas trees – available now!

🌲Have you picked your tree yet?🌲 We love this time of year when the Christmas trees are here. We’re finally starting to get into that festive spirit 😄 Come and choose your own from our ranges of Nordman Fir and Norway Spruce. We have pot grown ones too which and ready to take pride of place … Continue reading Real Christmas trees – available now!

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Secret Garden Café reopening 2nd Dec

The Secret Garden Café reopens this Wednesday! Shopping for your Christmas gifts at Thorngrove? From Wednesday service returns to the café! Enjoy home made brunches, lunches, cream teas, specials, hot and cold drinks and cakes! Fully covid secure, and our outside patio is now enclosed and heated. Customer note: Although our patio is ‘outside’ it … Continue reading Secret Garden Café reopening 2nd Dec

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