Garden Centers to Enjoy and Explore.

Looking for the perfect plant for that boring bit of garden, Morden and Wallington have some lovely garden centres.

If you’re on the lookout for a bit of colour in the garden and a bite of lunch in a lovely cafe you can always try some of the local garden centres.

Dobbies Woodcote Green

Dobbies in Wallington makes it easy to buy ready-to-go potted plants, choose your pot and your plant and they will do the rest. Enjoy their traditional afternoon teas in the restaurant or sit down and have a meal, Dobbies have free, in-store Grow How demonstrations which take place on the first Saturday of every month, at 10.30am for those of you needing a bit of help with your green thumb.

Morden Hall Garden Centre

The garden centre in Morden Hall sells peat-free plants and seeds, fences, gravel, tools, statues, gifts and pet care. The park itself has large open spaces and walking paths, it has a rose garden, wetland habitat with boardwalks and an apiary which is open some weekends that sells the honey they produced within the park.

Lower Morden Garden Centre

The agricultural history of the site can be traced back to medieval times but today, they have  a gift shop with something for everyone’s tastes. A very nice restaurant, and whether you’re after a quick coffee, a light snack or a relaxing meal, you can find something truly tempting, and of course they have a fantastic range of top-quality plants – with an expert team on hand to offer handy tips and advice.

Flittons Nursery

Flittons has Blossoms Coffee shop, designed with an industrial botanical theme. Open 10am – 3.30pm Tuesday to Sunday. All of their food is freshly made to order. Flittons runs classes and holds craft fairs, selling a wide range of crafts and gifts. Our client’s love the quite atmosphere, it is not too big which means it’s a nice walk where they can stop and smell the flowers.
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