Welcome to Ducks Hill
New season flowering bulbs , seed potato , shallots and onion sets now in stock
What else have we got in store? It'd be easier to say what we haven't got!
As well as a truly exceptional range of plants, accessories & tools - if we say so ourselves - we also have ,Alliums, Baby Bio, Creosote , Darlac tools  , Evergreen plants , Fish Foods   ,Greeting cards  , Hydrangea  , Indoor house plants , Jacks magic compost , Kindling wood, Logs Kiln Dried ,Mats , New Horizon compost , orchids , Peckish bird food   Q4 Fertiliser, Rock & winter Salt , Salt tablets ,Turf  , Unicorns, verbena ,Wellington boots , xtra value , yucca, even zoo animals!
Please do pop in soon, we'll be delighted to see you!
Come in soon, Mrs. Lovatt did.....'a very pleasant and inspiring place, well-equipped and a good range of plants'
'A wonderful little garden centre with a great range of plants. The whole staff and centre are very special in my eyes. Worth a visit.' Mrs. Lesley Cain
'So many things under one roof! I popped in for a few plants and stayed two hours. But well worth every minute, the staff were very helpful.' Mrs J Longman
A Member of the Choice Marketing Group of Garden Centres
An independent garden centre selling indoor and outdoor plants and horticultural supplies, garden furniture seasonal products plus the garden cafe . Delivery service available .
We are so confident in the quality of our hardy plants that we are happy to guarantee them for 5 years. We will gladly replace any hardy stock that does fail, provided it has been looked after correctly. Simply return the plant within 5 years, along with original proof of purchase.
Wheelchair friendly shop there is access for less abled visitors as the store is on one level. There are designated disabled parking bays .
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Harvest sprouting broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Jerusalem artichokes and leeks. Parsnips, swede, celeriac and turnips can still be harvested. Parsnips improve in flavour with a touch of frost, but other root vegetables are better harvested earlier in the winter, so that they are safe from frost and easily accessible for the kitchen
The frosts that most of us will experience this month will help in breaking down heavy soils that have been dug over last month, but they can also loosen newly planted shrubs and trees, particularly roses