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Wiltshire is based principally on a chalk soil which is poor in nutrients. Plants grown in and for Wiltshire garden centres therefore concentrate on varieties which enjoy those conditions.

Many herbs do very well on a chalk soil including lavender, bay trees, and fennel. Chalk is also poor at retaining water, which makes it very suitable for these herbs. Other plants which do well are rudbeckias, cornflowers, poppies and lisianthus.

ALPHABETIC LIST OF WILTSHIRE GARDEN CENTRES

Wiltshire has a good number of garden centres and these span some of the larger ones and others that are more specialist. By turnover the larger garden centres in Wiltshire are Whitehall's in Lacock and St Peters in Worcester.

SWINDON GARDEN CENTRE
Hyde Road,
Stratton St Margaret,
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN2 7SE
Telephone: 01793 822224

Entrance to Swindon Garden Centre

The plants area is partially covered with about 80% open to the rain. The plants are principally laid out in boring rows which do not provide any interest or inspiration. There were however lots of clear large ... Click here for the full review.
 

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WHITEHALL GARDEN CENTRE, LACOCK
Whitehall Lacock Garden Centre,
Corsham Road,
Lacock,
Wiltshire
SN15 2LZ
Telephone: 01793 822224

Entrance to Whitehall Garden Centre, Lacock

As you step out of the main garden centre building you enter the covered outside area for tender plants which leads on to the main outside area. This is very well-designed with lots of trees and ... Click here for the full review.
 

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