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Farm shop in Oxfordshire

The Garden Centre Guide is an absolute gold mine for finding just about any type of gardening advice and an amount of garden-related products that is mind-boggling. There are many garden centres in the UK that also have a farm shop available in the centre. Farm shops are a popular extension for rural garden stores.

Some of these garden centres are near you, so you are almost guaranteed to find one or two of them that offer the products you are looking for or advice on how you can grow them in your own garden. 

What are the benefits of buying produce from a farm shop?

Apart from it being a more pleasant experience to shop for produce from a happy, vibrant farmer’s market rather than from a supermarket, there are several other very good reasons for purchasing from farm shops, including:

  • Fruits and veggies at cheaper prices – buying fruit and vegetables at farm shops are always cheaper than getting them from your local supermarket. 
  • Support for the farmers and your local economy – not only will your purchases keep money in your area, but you will also be supporting the local farmers that work so hard to grow the food that you’re buying. 
  • Everything you eat will be in season – a lot of the food that you buy in supermarkets has been picked too early and kept in freezers, which causes a lot of the nutrients to be lost. By buying from local farmers, however, you can be certain that whatever you eat is seasonal, ripened naturally, and super fresh!
  • Wider variety to choose from – every farmer grows his own variety of fruit and vegetables so you have many more choices. With supermarkets, on the other hand, you are forced to buy what they have available. 
  • Fresher veggies and fruit – buying food from your local farms is always fresher because since it has been grown locally, the chances are good that it was only picked a day or two before you buy it. This is something that no big supermarket can do. 
  • Tastier – it is a known fact that locally-grown fruit and vegetables are fresher and taste a whole lot better too. Once you’ve eaten foods bought from a farm shop, you will never want to buy them from a supermarket again! 
  • Healthier – there is no doubt at all that eating foods that are fresh and grown locally are way better for your health. 
  • A great way to get connected with your local community – not only is shopping at farmer’s markets cheaper and healthier, but it is also a fun way for the whole family to get to know the farmers and other people in your community. 

To enjoy all the above benefits of buying and eating foods from a farm shop, visit The Garden Centre Guide to find the links to several farm shops where you can buy fresh produce. You will also find a few garden centres in your area where you can get all the advice you need to grow your own fruit and vegetables in your garden and have an all-year-round supply of fresh and healthy food for you and your family.

A40 Nursery and Garden Centre

67 Old Witney Road Eynsham
Witney, OX29 4PU

Abingdon Garden Plants

Lodge Hill
Abingdon, OX14 2JD

Applegarth Nurseries

Banbury Road
Chipping Norton, OX7 5SY

B&Q Abingdon

11, Nuffield Way
Abingdon, OX14 1RL

B&Q Banbury

Marley Way Industrial Estate
Banbury, OX16 2RL

B&Q Witney

Thorney Leys Park Ducklington
Witney, OX28 4GF

Bampton Garden Plants

Buckland Road
Bampton, OX18 2AA

Barn Farm

Banbury, OX17 1SN

Bicester Avenue Garden Centre

Bicester Avenue, Oxford Road
Bicester, OX25 2NY

Burford Garden Company

Shilton Road
Burford, OX18 4PA

Cassington Nurseries

Yarnton Road
Witney, OX29 4DY

Charlton Park Garden Centre

Charlton Road
Wantage, OX12 8EP

Chilton, A Wyevale Garden Centre

Newbury Road Chilton
Didcot, OX11 0QN

Chinnor Garden Centre

Thame Road
Chinnor, OX39 4QS

Eldridge Growers

Oak Cottage, Ardley Road
Bicester, OX25 4AD

Farnborough Garden Centre

The Bungalow
Banbury, OX17 1EL

Fieldfare Nurseries

Field Fair
Witney, OX29 8AA

Freeland Gardens

Freeland Gardens Cottage, Wroslyn Road
Witney, OX29 8AQ

Hillier Garden Centre Banbury

Compton Road
Banbury, OX16 2PR

Hilltop Garden Centre & Nursery

Witney Road
Chipping Norton, OX7 3AS

Homebase Abingdon

Marcham Road
Abingdon, OX14 1BY

Homebase Banbury

Southam Road
Banbury, OX16 2AD

Homebase Bicester

Launton Rd Retail Park, Launton Rd
Bicester, OX26 4JQ

Homebase Oxford Botley Road

Unit 1 Seacourt Towers
Oxford, OX2 0JJ

Homebase Oxford Cowley

Horsepath Driftway
Oxford, OX3 7JN

Lashlake Nurseries

Chinnor Road
Thame, OX9 3QZ

M J Gee

Garden Cottage, Pyrton
Watlington, OX49 5AN

Marcham Plants

Hyde Farm Nurseries, Abingdon Road
Abingdon, OX13 6NX

Mill View Plant Centre

Ladder Hill
Oxford, OX33 1HY

Millets Farm Garden Centre - Frosts

Kingston Road Frilford
Abingdon, OX13 5HB

Newington Nurseries

Wallingford, OX10 7AW

Nicholson Nurseries

The Park, North Aston
Bicester, OX25 6HL

North Leigh Garden Centre

101 Park Road
Witney, OX29 6SB

Notcutts Garden Centre-Oxford

Mattocks Nurseries Nuneham Courtenay
Oxford, OX44 9PY

Oxford Garden Centre

Southern By Pass
South Hinksey, OX1 5AR

Pivotal Contracts

The Old Dairy, Prescott Manor, Cropredy
Banbury, OX17 1PF

Purely Plants

142A Wantage Road
Wallingford, OX10 0LU

Root One

High Road
Wallingford, OX10 0PT

Susie Bond

142A Wantage Road
Wallingford, OX10 0LU

Toad Hall Garden Centre

Marlow Road
Henley on Thames, RG9 3AG

Waterperry Gardens

Oxford, OX33 1JZ

Wickes Banbury


Wickes Bicester


Wickes Oxford

Botley Road
Oxford, Ox2 0Ha

Wilkinson Banbury

20/23 Bridge Street
Banbury, OX16 5PN

Wilkinson Bicester

3 Market Square, Bicester
Bicester, OX26 6AA

Wilkinson Cowley

Unit B, 1-2 The Square, Templars Square Shopping Centre
Cowley, OX4 3UZ

Wilkinson Didcot

Market Place
Didcot, OX11 7LE


Cottage Farm, Church Road
Chipping Norton, OX7 6LF


Hill Barn Farm
Chipping Norton, OX7 5SH

Yarnton Home & Garden

Sandy Lane
Kidlington, OX5 1PA