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We sell top quality growing stock, gardening products and garden furniture as well as birdcare products, floristry, houseplants and books. We also have an excellent giftware and greeting card department and at Christmas, an inspiring display of decorations, lights and trees.
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- Monday09:00 - 17:30
- Tuesday09:00 - 17:30
- Wednesday09:00 - 17:30
- Thursday09:00 - 17:30
- Friday09:00 - 17:30
- Saturday09:00 - 17:30
- Sunday10:30 - 16:30
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Jane 2020-11-18 09:26:06
Popped into the garden centre this week for the first time since it changed hands. I was very pleasantly surprised! It was very well laid out and the Christmas displays dotted around were fabulous. I was looking for stepping stones & slate chippings, both matched the prices of a well-known diy chain. This was a flying visit, but I will definitely return to browse the aisles at leisure. There is a refreshments stand outside in the car park too.
Mark 2020-09-19 15:08:28
This is a terrible place to order from don’t do it . They are slow there managers incompetent and customer service is non existent. I spoke to a guy called Lewis about an order we were expect paid £700 and heard nothing for over 2 weeks . When I chased it this man was non apologetic, incompetent and adored just bad attitude we still don’t know what’s happening ??? I then spoke to another manager who was equally as useless and offered nothing but attitude . Do not order from these people you will be stressed and unsatisfied . It seems to me they are just a bunch of young inexperienced staff trying to run a business and failing badly . Please don’t make the same mistake we did
Julia Willison 2020-06-06 19:17:00
The lack of labels in the garden centre is striking and, with nothing to inform the public about what they're buying, Osterley Garden Centre offers a purely transactional experience - here's a plant (might be: a perennial, like sun, grow to X m high, who knows?) it costs £10. What a shame, visiting a garden centre should engage our minds and hearts as well as our wallets.