County booklet supporters

There are many local businesses that choose to support the National Garden Scheme in our county booklets.  They offer a range of services from plants to pubs, tourist attractions to tea shops. Take a look at the range of businesses that support us. You may find a hidden gem in your area …

Dingle Nurseries & Garden

Dingle Nurseries & Garden

RHS recommended 4.5 acre garden together with wholesale and retail plant nursery. Huge variety of trees, shrubs and perennials which are grown here as well as sourcing specialist and unusual plants from all over the country. If we don’t have what you are looking for, we will do our best to get it for you.  Garden open all year with two weekend openings for the NGS each year.

Seven Oaks Garden Centre

Seven Oaks Garden Centre

Seven Oaks Garden Centre and Café is situated in the pretty market town of Ruthin, which is nestled in the stunning Vale of Clwyd in North Wales.

We aim to make your gardening easy by supplying gardening essentials and sharing our gardening passion and expertise.

To relax and take in the stunning views of the hills beyond you can take a seat in our café and treat yourself to some of our home-baked, home-made and locally sourced produce.

Woodworks Garden Centre

Woodworks Garden Centre

The Woodworks Garden Centre and Café is situated in the market town of Mold, in the heart of the North Wales borderlands. We’re dedicated to supporting British plant suppliers, offering a plant area vibrant with colour and variety. On display is a stunning range of Zest4Leisure timber garden products, plus a range of sheds, timber buildings, fencing panels and accessories. We also have a delightful café as well as a gift and homeware shop, full of charming gifts and accessories.

Why we support the National Garden Scheme

The Woodworks Garden Centre is delighted to be involved in the National Garden Scheme booklet. Here at the Woodworks, we recognise the importance of beautiful gardens and commend the hard work of garden owners who spend time opening their gardens to the public and raising money for worthwhile causes.