Welcome to Chepstow Garden Centre
Welcome to Chepstow Garden Centre, a family owned and run independent garden centre. Come and see us for a great selection of seasonal plants, gardening products, gifts and furniture, as well as trained and friendly staff who are always on hand to help. Visit our Farmshop for the freshest local produce or call into our restaurant for a relaxing coffee and a bite to eat. We hope to see you soon!
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- Organic Rose Food 0.9kg £ 2.99
- Stainless Steel Digging Spade £ 39.99
- Cornis Broadfield 5ft £ 195.00
- Fungus Disease Control 1L £ 4.99
- Garden Marker and Line £ 4.99
- Carbon Potting Trowel £ 2.99
- S/Steel Transplating Trowel £ 9.99
- Fresh Cut Roses Large Jar £ 19.99
- Bulb Planting Compost £ 3.99
- Toprose 1kg £ 3.99
- Henley Bird House Table £ 84.99
- Gro-sure Veg Compost 50L £ 4.99
- Seed and Cutting Compost 30L £ 4.99
- Cornis Broadfield 4ft £ 175.00
- Tack Classic Size 5 - Purple £ 75.00
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Allotment Sue brings you regular updates on her journey to self-sufficiency.
Garden sheds are considered to be a very convenient and practical addition to any garden. What with all the tools, machines, pots and garden furniture you need to store, a shed is surely a great option.
This simple garden building appeals to many people, as storage space is certai…
Plant of the Week: Rhododendrons
It's time for the most spectacular firework display in the gardening calendar, as rhododendrons and azaleas burst into bloom filling the garden with day-glo colours.
These days you don't need a huge garden to enjoy these late-spring superstars: the new 'yak' (yakushimanum) varieties grow happily in the smallest of spaces, even in containers. Buy them in full glorious flower right now from our garden centre: particularly lovely varieties to look out for are 'Sneezy', in bright pink, pure white 'Blewbury', and soft lilac 'Ernest Inman'. None reach more than about 1m tall and enjoy a roomy pot – about 35-45cm – and ericaceous (lime-free) compost.
If you haven't done it so far this spring, your lawn could benefit from a raking right now with a wire-rined rake. Work over the grass in two directions , the second at right angles to the first. The idea is to extract dead grass (called ‘thatch') and moss. It will also lift some straggly grass stems for more efficient cutting. ;