Welcome to Stansted Park Garden Centre
Located in the South Downs National Park you will be hard pressed to find a Garden Centre in the UK in more picturesque surroundings.
A visit to the Garden Centre is not complete without visiting our neighbours at the Pavilion Tea Room, or a walk round the Historic Stansted House.
If local produce is your thing, our friends at the Farm shop can help with local produce, or enjoy a home baked Pizza before trying to conquer the Maze!
Relax on the lawn while the kids play on the new play centre, before a trip on the Railway....
A true day out which makes a change from the beach...
Plant of the Week: Pansy/viola
They may be small – but winter pansies are big on impact. They're invaluable for brightening up patios right through winter and well into spring. They make a cheery foil for narcissi and crocuses, and are usually still going strong when the first tulips arrive.
Pansies carry larger, but fewer flowers up to 7.5cm across, while violas are reliably smothered in little 2.5cm blooms. There are hundreds of different colour combinations for both: look out for prettily-whiskered 'Cats' pansies and the delicious pastel colours of the prolific 'Sorbet' family of violas. Whatever you choose, there's nothing to beat them for sheer good value at this time of year.
A garden humming with bees and shimmering with brilliantly-coloured butterflies is full of life and beauty, the insects adding another dimension to your planting and giving you yet another reason to enjoy your garden.
By encouraging bees and butterflies into your garden you're doing the…Read more »
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You should be hoeing your vegetable beds regularly to keep weeds down. If you let them grow they will compete with vegetable plants for water and food.;