Welcome to Taverham Nursery & Country shopping centre
One of the largest garden centres in Norfolk. We are located to the North West of Norwich and have all the garden essentials, gift ideas and much more. With over 18 other independent shops on the same site and a restaurant, its a great day out
Monday08:30 - 17:30
Tuesday08:30 - 17:30
Wednesday08:30 - 17:30
Thursday08:30 - 17:30
Friday08:30 - 17:30
Saturday08:30 - 17:30
Sunday10:30 - 16:30
Country Shopping Centre opening times will vary – please check with individual shops.
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Cutting back raspberries
For many, the raspberry crop is already over for the year. If this is the case, now is the time to cut out the fruited canes, right down to ground level. Once this is done, space out and tie in new canes for next year. Then replenish any mulch material, and give plants a feed and a water.
- JULY – HTA PLANT OF THE MOMENT BRING IN THE BUTTERFLIES 1 July 2016
- Tackle perennial weeds 27 June 2016
- Gardening is so good for you it should be prescribed on the National Health Service 24 June 2016
- Downing Street has been dubbed ‘the greyest frontage known to man' 22 June 2016
- Show off your garden and raise funds for the Red Cross 20 June 2016
Plant of the Week: Cornus
Many of us are familiar with the colourful winter dogwoods, with whippy stems in brilliant scarlet, lime green or flames of orange to enjoy through the cold weather months.
Less well-known is that the family also includes some truly spectacular summer-flowering shrubs. Flowering dogwoods have showy, elegant bracts in ivory white or palest pink, opening in a waterfall over the delicate, airy branches, stealing the show in May and June. Look out for Cornus kousa ‘Miss Satomi’ in powder-pink, or C. florida in ivory white. The lovely wedding cake tree, C. controversa, has tiered branches of creamy-white flowers: give it a prime position where it can really show off.