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Sussex Country Gardener Blog

September Is Coming – What Should I Plant?

August 15th, 2016 by Sussex Country Gardener

We’re not one to be looking past Summer, we all enjoy the long days and warm sun, but in case you’re wondering what you can plant in September to ensure a good bloom in the future, you have come to the right place. Usually during the warm Summer days one gets a lot of gardening

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Tips For Keeping Your Garden Watered During Summer

July 20th, 2016 by Sussex Country Gardener

We all know that during the hot summer months our gardens need a little extra water to keep them ticking over. The problem is that hose pipe bans can make this important task very difficult, especially as the demand for water increases. The simplest solution is, of course, to just unravel the host and indiscriminately

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Top 10 Winter Gardening Tips

January 27th, 2016 by Sussex Country Gardener

While we’ve had only a glimpse of snow, winter is truly in effect, and while the rain hammers down making it feel closer to autumn than a frosty January, there are still a number of important gardening tips that you should keep in mind for the colder winter months to ensure that you garden looks

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Get Spooky in Time for Halloween

October 16th, 2015 by Sussex Country Gardener

Like many of the festivals that we celebrate in the west; Halloween, or All Hallows’ Eve has its roots in old pagan religions, and despite its popularity around the world, particularly in North America, the festival can be traced back to Scottish and Celtic origins. In England we’ve embraced the celebration of Halloween more and

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Top 5 Gardening Tips for Autumn

September 17th, 2015 by Sussex Country Gardener

Summer is beginning to wind down, and as the days begin to get shorter the temperatures are starting to dip too. While this doesn’t mean that we don’t have any warm days of the year left (we can always hold out hope that summer will swing by for a goodbye wave of warmth and sunshine

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The Gardeners Café

July 17th, 2015 by Sussex Country Gardener

It’s that time of year when the sun is out, the temperature is up and gardens are fully in bloom. At Sussex Country Gardener we know that means that people want to get everything ready for your little patch of nature, from those little additions to have your garden looking just right, to a complete

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The Best Garden Centre Gift Shop in East Sussex

October 9th, 2014 by Sussex Country Gardener

Whether you’re looking for the perfect birthday present or a gift for someone special, you’ll find it at the popular Sussex Country Gardener garden centre gift shop in East Sussex. From pottery to pot pouri, toiletries to tableware and cushions to candles, our gift shop is full of wonderful gift ideas for every occasion. If

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Homemade Fish Pie at Our Garden Centre Cafe

January 9th, 2014 by Lucinda Kitching

Our delicious homemade fish pie is on the specials board this week at our award-winning garden centre cafe! Our tasty fish pie dish comes with delicious seasonal vegetable and is only £7.95, so pop along to our cafe and warm yourself up this January.

New Garden Centre Blog

January 7th, 2014 by Lucinda Kitching

Welcome to our garden centre blog! We finally have our blog up and running, so watch this space for all your gardening tips and event updates throughout the year. Happy 2014!

Christmas Trees Now Available

December 3rd, 2013 by Lucinda Kitching

Come and choose the perfect tree this Christmas at Sussex Country Gardener. We have a large variety of Nordman non-drop Christmas Trees, with prices starting at just £29.99. We also have an extensive selection of artificial Christmas trees and wreaths, so pop along to Sussex Country Gardener this Christmas!