Open today from 09:00 until 17:00
(01629) 733225
  • Due to the current situation the Garden Centre will be closed.
    We are however offering a telephone doorstep delivery service. And also a call and collect service.

    Due to the unprecedented amount of orders we ask for your patience. We will respond to you as soon as we can.

    Thank you for your continued support. To place your order please phone on
    01629-733225

    Or email us at [email protected] and leave us your address and telephone number and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

    Our lines are open 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday and Closed on Sunday.

    Keep Safe

  • Vegetable plants now available

    We have a great selection of tomato and vegetable plants available

    Please have a look at our range and call us on 01629 733225 to place your order for local delivery

    Click here for more information

  • Summer Bulbs Offer

    Add a splash of colour to your garden this summer!

    With our range of summer bulbs - Begonias, Dahlias, Gladioli and Liles

    Buy 2 get 3rd Free (Cheapest Free).

    Ask about our selection when you call to place your order for local home delivery.

    Pond predators

    After you've taken the trouble to stock your pond with fish, or encourage lots of frogs, toads, newts and dragonflies, the arrival of a voracious predator to gobble them all up again is both upsetting and infuriating.

    Grey herons are among the worst offenders: once a heron finds your pond you can lose your fish, and your frogs, in a single night. Cats looking for a quick snack, foxes and even dogs wanting a swim can also be devastating to the life in your pond.
     
    Netting is a quick and easy way to protect your pondlife - sturdy pond netting is available on the roll or in handy packs in our garden centre. However it's sometimes not practical, especially if you have mature pond plants.
     
    In this case a fence of canes strung with netting or fishing line around the edge keeps most things away. Herons are also put off by tinfoil plates hung off canes to flash and clatter in the wind.
     
    Please ask the staff in our Two Dales, Matlock garden centre for more information and advice about keeping your pond safe from predators.

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