The friendliest Garden Centre serving Reading, Maidenhead & Wokingham.

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Easy Gifts

We sell vouchers:
Garden Centre Gift Vouchers - accepted in many UK stores
AND Hare Hatch Sheeplands Vouchers - accepted here!

Butchers offer

Save A THIRD OFF West country Gammon Joints..a mouth watering £2.99 p/kg…

Valid until 17 September 2014
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Watch the wildlife

Set up wildlife hotels in your garden for a fascinating glimpse into the world of the creatures we share our back yards with. There's a great range to choose from in the garden centre, from bee hotels to bird boxes and hidey-holes for hibernating hedgehogs.

Tuesday Club Offer

Special Offer for our Tuesday Club Members
10% OFF Monday to Friday
2 for £10 Homemade Fish & Chips Monday to Friday.

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Click here for more information about our tuesday club

Enchanted Players

Enjoy our Horrible Histories workshop on the 27th October
A day of fun for all drama Kings & Queens
Tickets from: Victoria - 079502098720
Emai - info@enchantedplayers.co.uk

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Plant of the Week: Cyclamen

Plant of the Week: Cyclamen

Hardy cyclamen are the jewels of the winter garden, spangling the grass or the ground under shrubs and trees in swept-back petals of brilliant magenta, soft pink and snowy white, and brightening up your day at a time when all is grey and dreary.

The slightly larger variety at 8cm tall, Cyclamen hederifolium, has larger flowers, nodding on wiry little stems from October through autumn. Its smaller cousin, C. coum, is just 5-6cm tall and a welcome appearance in the depths of coldest January and February. Both have lovely marbled leaves carpeting the ground for the rest of the winter, making them all-round garden performers.

Planning the Winter Vegetable Garden

Canny vegetable gardeners start thinking about what to grow next winter as soon as the last one is finished. Take time out from the spring rush to think about what you'll grow in the coldest months of the year and you'll reap the rewards in fat cabbages, nutty…

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