Welcome to Norton Garden Centre

Welcome to Norton Garden Centre, a family owned and run independent garden centre. Come and see us for a great selection of seasonal plants, gardening products, gifts and furniture, as well as trained and friendly staff who are always on hand to help. We hope to see you soon.

Growing fruit and veg on balconies

When space is really limited, gardening needs ingenuity. With a few clever tricks and some innovative gadgets, though, you can turn even a balcony into a productive garden overflowing with fruit, vegetables and herbs.

You'll find plenty of useful gear to help you build your balcony gard…

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Cloche protection

Overwintering veg like broad beans, spring cabbage and chard get battered around the edges when it gets seriously cold and wet

2 Stem Orchid
Valid until 31 January 2017
From £ 10.99
£ 6.99
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Foliage plant
Valid until 31 January 2017
From £ 29.99
£ 16.99
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Foliage plant
Valid until 31 January 2017
From £ 7.99
£ 3.99
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Rhododendron
Valid until 31 January 2017
From £ 19.99
£ 9.99
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Tete a Tete
Valid until 31 January 2017

5 for £6.00

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Primroses
Valid until 31 January 2017

15 for £10.99

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Metal Stag Light
From £ 39.99
£ 29.99
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Peckish Complete
From £ 19.99
£ 11.99
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Bucktons 150 Energy Balls
From £ 16.99
£ 11.99
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PLANT OF THE WEEK: SNOWDROPS

PLANT OF THE WEEK: SNOWDROPS

The sight of brave little snowdrops pushing their way through the frostiest ground gives every gardener new hope. Once the first porcelain petals have opened you know winter aconites and crocuses aren’t far behind: before you know it every inch of soil is bursting with dainty colour and the gardening year has begun.

Give snowdrops dappled shade in soil enriched with compost or even better, leafmould – autumn leaves rotted down for a year or two to mimic the woodland floor snowdrops love. Snowdrops make beautiful partners for winter shrubs like dogwoods and witch hazels, and other spring flowers including hellebores, winter-flowering aconites and Cyclamen coum.