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Ferndale Garden Centre

We're the experts at making your garden glorious. We've found a green thumb on everyone we've worked with, and we can help you find yours. We offer plants and products of the highest quality with a performance guarantee, and we'll only give you sound, honest advice. Opening Hours at both Centres and Coffee Shops Monday - Saturday 9.00 - 6.00 Sundays all year 10.30 - 4.30 (Doors close.Shop till 5pm) Coffee shops close 30 minutes before garden centre


Ferndale Garden Centre
Dyche Lane
Coal Aston
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S18 3BJ

Telephone 01246 412 763
0114 236 9091
* Colourful Plants
* Fine Quality Garden Furniture
* Excellent Gift Range
* Patio Gardens
* Friendly Expert Advice
* Coffee Shop

We offer you a very wide range of plants suitable for beginners, leisure gardeners, & keen gardeners. Our range is particularly chosen to suit the South East Pennine & English North East Midlands Climate, and will suit many other parts of Britain. Our local climate is affected by height above sea level, varying from 200 - 1000 ft, the influence of easterly air & distance from the south coast. Our range includes plants that are hardy.

Indoor plants & houseplants are growing in popularity & because we display plants in light airy greenhouses they stay perfect for you to choose. Due to the wide range available over the year you will always find something interesting. Citrus plants for conservatories have become a big hit at The ABBEYDALE garden company, with novelty plants proving popular at FERNDALE garden centre. Flowering plants are always offered in bold blocks to provide the ideal gift for all ages.
Going to a dinner party? Take a flowering plant for a change.
We gift wrap for you.
We can deliver a gift wrapped Houseplant for you to local homes.
Fresh flowers have become a very important
part of the modern home.


Two & half times as many flowers are bought
now than ten years ago in the UK.

This is partly due to modern designs such as
the Hand Tied Bouquet, a beautiful 'Ready
Arranged" design that allows the recipient to
unwrap the flowers & place them straight into
a vase.

Our highly skilled team of florists produce beautiful designs every day & buy fresh flowers all week. By using temperature controlled storage the flowers will have a long life in your home.

This contemporary and stylish
Vase makes a perfect gift. A simple
Oriental Lily in a stunning silver
coloured vase along with contorted
Willow and attractive green foliage

Spring just isn't spring without Daffodils, Tulips, Hyacinths & Crocus's in your garden. Spring Flowering Bulbs are planted in Autumn from August to November. Most Spring Flower Bulbs are used in pots & containers & are an ideal following planting scheme when planted with Winter Flowering Pansies for summer flowering tubs & troughs. 'Bulbs for Patios' is worth visiting for a wide range of flowers for your patio.
Spring flower bulbs are available from August to mid November - while stocks last.

Finding gifts for anyone can be difficult if you care about them and like to give a lot of thought to your giving!
 

 

One of the most popular gifts for gardeners in the UK is the National Garden Gift Token Available in 1, 5, 10 and 20 denominations, these brilliant gifts can be exchanged in over 1000 Garden Centres and 2000 Interflora florists.
 
They are an ideal last minute present and can be ordered from anywhere worldwide to be sent to anyone in the UK.
Call or E-MAIL us today!! (Recorded Delivery: 1 or insured delivery 3.35: up to 250.00)

See some of the other great gift ideas we have to offer and don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions you may have, or to place an order!
 
We offer you a very wide range of plants suitable for beginners, leisure gardeners, & keen gardeners. Our range is particularly chosen to suit the South East Pennine & English North East Midlands Climate, and will suit many other parts of Britain. Our local climate is affected by height above sea level, varying from 200 - 1000 ft, the influence of easterly air & distance from the south coast. Our range includes plants that are hardy.

Garden structures and focal points make a garden - leading the eye to near or distant parts, creating a total look. Recent TV programmes have emphasized the use of wood, stones and even copper in the garden. Ornamental stone tubs add character; whether used to frame a doorway as a feature on a patio or dropped into a shrub border.

Kingfisher Ornamental Stone and Redwood Stone

Have you noticed that small children always want to help when
you are gardening? They can almost become a nuisance, but that
enthusiasm for being with you & doing what you are doing seems to be accompanied by a genuine interest in growing things.
 Being with you & doing what you are doing seems to be accompanied by a genuine interest in growing things. The modern national curriculum includes plant life cycles (growing things), so children are picking up the principles of growing at an early age. Just growing broad beans in blotting paper & a jar hold a fascination for them & any other quick germinating seed will do so.

Try cress on kitchen paper, make a Grass Head using grass seed grown in saw dust inside a section of old tights tied into the shape a head. You can even cut the 'hair'. 
 

Growing plants from seeds is always good fun, oranges & lemons are
easy but you may need a big conservatory to get them to fruit.
Providing a child with their own piece of garden to sow hardy annual
seeds in late April & May is good fun. Giving then their own patio pot
that they plant when you do yours using ready grown summer bedding
plants in late may will extend their activities, & growing a Sunflower
from seed is always rewarding & educational if they measure it regularly,
& plot the results on a graph during the summer. If the flower head is
left to mature the seeds can be fed to the birds in winter. Growing short
carrots in a flower bed will provide 'something to eat' that they can
present to grandma during summer. 

 

 Planting bulbs in late summer & autumn is fun but patience is needed to wait
for the flowers next spring. A hyacinth in a jar planted in early September is a
classic piece of junior gardening. In November planting an Amaryllis will amaze
them as it produces the tall, fast growing flower spike & massive flowers.
Call it a 'Rocket Plant' to give it a modern feel & get then to plot the growth
on another chart. There have been some good books for Young Gardeners but
due to poor sales they disappear quickly, but the best resource is the monthly
article in BBC Gardeners World Magazine called 'Young Gardeners World'.
Every month simple & fun ideas for children to do, & sometimes eat too.

Have Fun
 
Daughters Have you just started your first garden? Are you new to gardening? Do the T.V. garden programmes leave you puzzled? Have you noticed how your Mum knows quite a lot about gardening? We've noticed that Mums of grown up children are often quite keen gardeners & have picked up lots of good knowledge over the years of bringing you up.

Don't forget too that by clicking on the coffee shop button on this page you can both get a free Coffee, Tea or cool drink when you visit.
Mothers Have you noticed how your grown up daughter asks you for information for her garden? Have you realised that you are quite a knowledgeable gardener? Do you love gardens, plants & flowers? We've noticed that Mums of grown up children are often quite keen gardeners & have picked up lots of good knowledge over the years.

Don't forget too that by clicking on the coffee shop button on this page you can both get a free Coffee, Tea or cool drink when you visit.
We've also noticed that mums bring their daughters to our two Garden Centres & help them to pick plants & flowers for their gardens. We'd like to give a helping hand & say thank you for by giving you & your daughter both a FREE Miracle-Gro Pour & Feed ready to use plant food, when you both visit with this page. We know that you may not know all the answers to the questions your daughter asks so be assured that there is always someone here to give extra expert advice. Plus you can always e-mail us from this site with any questions that you have


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