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Top 5 Garden Centres in Manchester

20 March 2017
best garden centres in manchester

One of the UK's largest cities, and a major city in the north-west of England with a rich industrial heritage, Manchestester is home to 4 universities, 2 of the largest football clubs in the world and one of the biggest sporting rivalries, and a highly cultured and diverse population. Manchester is one of the music capitals of the country with a long line of bands hailing from the hundreds of live venues. There's an endless list of things to do in Manchester, whatever time of the day it is. It's often thought in urban cultures such as the Mancunian one, that gardening wouldn't be a popular pass time. But you can be assured that the city has way more to offer when it comes to horticulture, and the city isn't short of its garden centres. With this in mind, here are our top 5 garden centres in Manchester.

All In One Garden Centre Manchester

All In One Garden & Leisure

All In One Garden & Leisure is a family owned garden centre which has hugely transformed from its humble roots. Since 1971, the Manchester garden centre and plant nursery has stayed faithful to its roots on offering more than just great products. The staff at All In One will always go the extra mile and make sure that you're not just happy with what you buy - your visit isn't just about buying a product, it's about a great experience. You'll find a brilliant range of gardening products from plants, bulbs, seeds, garden furniture, sundries and everything else you need to get your home and garden up to scratch!

Daisy Nook Garden Centre ManchesterDaisy Nook Garden Centre

Daisy Nook Garden Centre has always been a popular destination for a good day out in Manchester. The name of the garden centre Daisy Nook originates from the book 'A Summer Day in Daisy Nook' written by Ben Brierley in 1859. The Garden Centre has everything you will want for your outdoor plot this gardening season. Once you visit you're bound to come back! You'll find gardening supplies from outdoor plants, seeds, bulbs, grasses, ferns, hand tools, sundries and more. Including a cafe to enjoy a nice home cooked meal after you've shopped yourself to exhaustion. 

Hulme Community Garden Centre ManchesterHulme Community Garden Centre

Hulme Community Garden Centre are a not for profit organisation dedicated to bringing the world of horticulture to life in Hulme and the greater Manchester area. For anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of urban Manchester, Hulme Garden Centre is home to public gardens teeming with wildlife and attractive plants. You'll find a great range of outdoor plants and giftware, chemicals and pesticides, fertilisers and much more. As well as gardening store, Hulme garden centre offers training on and off site to help the community build and design gardens.

Bud Garden Centre ManchesterBud Garden Centre

With a great focus on sustainable gardening, Bud Garden Centre in Machestester is a small family friendly centre that goes the extra mile. Bud sells a range of gardening items UK grown plants, peat free compost, natural feeds and pest control, UK made and fair trade gifts. The centre comes highly recommended amongst the local community for excellent customer service, healthy plants, great knowledge and friendly people. 

 

Bents Garden Centre Manchester

Bents Garden and Home

Bents Garden and Home is definitely worth the short drive outside of Manchester to Warrington. You only have to take one step inside the new age garden centre, and you'll realise that this isn't your typical gardening store. You'll find everything you need for your home here. From expertise in gardening to giving your house that delicate touch with indoor furniture and decor. Excellent plants take the centre stage at what makes Bents so great, alongside incredible customer service and high-quality displays. 

Ready to visit a garden centre in Manchester? Or maybe you can't find your favourite centre on our list. Find a full list of Garden Centres in Manchester.