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.
New Restaurant NOW OPEN!
Our new garden restaurant is now open so please do call in on your next visit. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Top Soil 35L £ 3.99
Kneelo– Fuchsia £ 14.99
Growmore 10kg £ 9.99
Gro-sure Veg Compost 50L £ 4.99
Herb Pots in a Tray - Green £ 14.99
Windsor Trellis 6'x3' £ 29.99
Cornis Companion Set £ 299.00
Gro-Sure Tomato Food £ 3.99
Indoor Watering Can - Green £ 9.99
Jack Magic All Purpose Compost £ 5.99
Cottage Arch £ 129.99
NEW! Garden Workshops Running at Chepstow
Would you like to learn basic horticultural skills and techniques, learn how to classify and identify plants, learn how to establish and maintain garden borders. Whether you want to learn for the first time or to improve the skills you already have or even learning the basics of managing your own business.
Rob Hodge Horticulture will offer professional and practical horticultural knowledge to anybody who wants to improve their existing skill sets. Read more...
Allotment Sue brings you regular updates on her journey to self-sufficiency. Share her experiences as she tackles the ups and downs of growing her own fruit, veg, flowers and herbs as well as coping with the challenges of erratic weather, invasive weeds and peckish birds!
Growing your own food is one of life's great pleasures, and like most good things, it's worth doing well. A great way of measuring your progress is to pit yourself against the old-timers - producers of football-sized onions and metre-long carrots.
It takes courage to exhibit your produc…Read more »
Feed your borders
Sprinkle general-purpose fertiliser around your perennials to give a boost to their growth for the rest of the summer
Plant of the Week: Hydrangea
Hydrangeas are among the best-loved of summer shrubs, their showy flowers making an eagerly anticipated spectacle from late July onwards.
They're well known for their curious habit of changing their flower colour in different gardens, and we're often asked why this is. It's a tendency most often seen in mophead and lacecap varieties of Hydrangea macrophylla, which produce blue flowers when soil is acid and pink if it's alkaline.
You can influence this by watering with rainwater, which is more acidic than tap water, and by taking steps to lower your soil's pH using aluminium sulphate 'blueing agents'. Alternatively, grow your hydrangeas in roomy containers of ericaceous (acidic) compost.