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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Place your houseplants outside on warm, dry days. Make sure you put them in a sheltered spot so any strong winds won't damage them. Bring them back in before the temperature starts to drop in the evening. For shiny leaves place your plants outside on a warm wet day and let the rain so the cleaning for you. Alternatively look out for leaf shine sprays and treat every two or three weeks.
- MAY – HTA PLANT OF THE MOMENT THYME FOR HERBS 3 May 2016
- Plant a classic American Indian combination of squash, beans and corn 29 April 2016
- Persuade your strawberries to fruit earlier 26 April 2016
- Garden gnomes are becoming a rare species in British gardens 22 April 2016
- Dare to plant your new potatoes 19 April 2016
Plant of the Week: Doronicum
The showy golden daisies of this brassy look-at-me perennial are a welcome surprise in late spring: most daisies flower much later in the year, but this is out with the last of the daffodils: it makes a fabulous combination with tall, elegant pheasant’s-eye daffs, and is a great way to disguise unsightly daffodil foliage as it dies down.
It’s an easy-going plant that is happiest in a spot with a little dappled shade. It grows to around 60cm tall, with handsome heart-shaped leaves: for containers, though, try the compact version ‘Little Leo’, smothered in bright little golden yellow flowers and a magnet for bees.