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April 27, 2017 / Apley Estate - Hamiltons

Apley Plant Centre can help get your garden looking fabulous this spring

Apley Plant Centre, nestled in the Apley shopping courtyard, have just sent me their latest news:

Apley Plant Centre has a wide range of stock now available for the gardening season. Seasonal herbaceous, impulse gift lines & some bedding plants being delivered for the weekend. We’re are also stocking up on our herb range which is proving very popular.  We even have a pocket money plant range for children starting at £2. We have just ordered roses for delivery next week. There is salvage ware & interesting finds for the home & garden.

We have multibuy offers on some of our ranges as well as a Border Creation service to help our customers plan their own borders within their gardens with the help of our in house plant designers. We can even offer a Quotation Service for plants we don’t stock, whether this be a small 9cm plant or a 6ft tree, we will try to source for our customers.

We’re a small & friendly plant centre with a lot to offer. Our horticulturally trained staff are on hand to help & advise.

We are looking forward to the bank holiday weekend. With an extra day to spend in the garden, it’s surely worth a trip to Apley Plant Centre to pick up some plants to start off the gardening season.

On the subject of gardening, we still have some tickets available for the Gardeners’ Question Time on Friday 19 May, 5:30-9:30pm. Click HERE for details & HERE for tickets.

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