opens; mon - sat 9am- 6pm
This is a very large garden centre which is on a main road so is easy to find and access - if you dont have a car there is a bus runs from bradford interchange that drops off right outside.
You can buy absolutely everything here from garden plants, bushes, sheds, benches to pond supplies. You can buy paving, bbqs and other outdoor living/designing supplies. They also have a good aquatics centre and pet supplies, plus a good selection of pets to own. The best part of pet centre is 'elvis' the parrot - he is lovely.
The cafe is huge with a very good choice but it is a bit on the dear price, still you have to treat yourself sometimes and the food is lovely and well worth it.
The centre is always well stocked and the staff are very nice and polite.
This place is unimaginably big! They sell everything and anything you can think of. Not only garden stuff, but home accessories and pets!!
Have bought big plants here in the past but the most recent visits have been for tropical fish. They have a good variety on offer and split them up well based on the type of tanks you can have.
It will never be a quick visit here as you will always get distracted by the vast array of things on offer. Worth a visit just to see what you end up with :)
I love visiting this garden center with my little girl it provides a good day out. I love taken her to see the xmas displays when it gets to that time of year.
I do not think much to the food in the cafe at all. It is not worth its money.
I love going here to choose my new plants and bushes for my garden I have a very big garden and love designing it bit by bit and this garden centre has everything i could possibly need all under one roof. The prices are average so thats ok. There is a small delivery fee but obviously you cannot carry everything home on the bus or fit everything in your car so this is ok. The place sells more than plants, outdoor furniture and buildings they also sell pet supplies which is a bonus. The kids love to look at the pets in their cages and are forever nagging to bring them home. They also do some homewares and some gift things. They come into their own at christmas when they have their christmas displays on - it is magical. They have a lovely cafe which is nice and clean and the food very tasty.
In my opinion this place has grown way out of control (grown, see what I did there). It is now a massive sprawling site and has lost in my opinion the friendly service you used to get before it became so vast. Difficult to find anyone who is not already serving someone else or running around if you need advice on plants etc and for the size of garden centre the prices seem expensive. This centre seems to me to thrive on the weekend browser rather than anyone who actually goes to buy anything and so is always packed post Sunday lunch ! Avoid and find a smaller local garden centre, you'll get better prices and possibly better quality.
Very large garden centre on the edge of Bradford before you get to Tong Village. It has a large spacious car park. They sell a good range of plants, garden supplies, garden furniture and household goods and gifts. I have always found them to be a bit overpriced and the staff somewhat disinterested.
Even just thinking about this place brings me back to my childhood. We would come here at least once a year to get a tree for Christmas. They always had fantastic displays around Christmas time. In general, they have a huge selection of plants and as i'm no expert I tend to ask staff for help and they will always give some good practical advice. They have a good few animals there too as well as a cafe serving the basicI. There's plenty of parking space which is a good job as I would have to say it's not the easiest place in the world to get to.
Lovely day at tong yesterday. People bang on about this garden centre been exspensive. But i think there judging it on its past. Products that have been sitting round for years are exspensive. But new products prices match every where. I baught my wife some cane furniture which was £50 cheaper than cane shop in leeds. Baught a water feature called arthurs seat for £275 which i found the cheapest online for £420. I think people say its exspensive because they get told it is. In the cafe i baught a coffee for £1.70 in starbruks it was £2.45. I come here monthly and alaways will. The grotto looks amazing and the displays and a nice display of christmas trees.
A large garden centre with aquatics, rabbits, birds etc. They also do homewares and there is a cafe (althought think it is expensive). Nice for a browse round but some stuff is overpriced.
This must be one of the worst garden centres in Britain ive been to, there was this dirty old man walking about shouting at everybody and he called himself the boss, he should set an example and do some work himself and not abusing staff, I have only ever been once and what a shambles most of the plants are overprices and are of poor quality. One member of staff was crying because the so called boss was shouting at her, when I went to the tills they looked like there were put in when the place opened 30 years ago, well then I paid by card never seen a pre historic machine like that before it might has well had a wind up handle it took so long. Its worth going just for the laugh, well whiteleys at mirfield here I come
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