An Independent & Family Owned Garden Centre based in the heart of Warwickshire

Our garden centre is built on the foundations of being expert growers and horticulturalists. We feed the centre with home grown plants, shrubs & trees from our two nurseries which set the high standards for the rest of our centre.

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Gardening Knowledge & Inspiration

Now in our 4th generation, we have been a family owned business since 1942. We pride ourselves on a professional and relaxed approach to make you feel part of a community and family

Whether you need to get busy in the garden or be inspired by the world of home & gift we’re happy to assist in whatever project you wish to start next.

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Christmas Trees & Decorations

With the festive season upon us we have created a wide range of displays to help decorate your home with Christmas cheer. Nordmann (Low Needle Drop) Christmas Trees are now in stock and range from £29 to £89. We also […]

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Pumpkin Carving

Come and carve your own spooktacular pumpkin with us here at Smith’s Garden Centre. We will have all the tools and templates available to get you started as well as bins for all the mess. Time slots are split into […]

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Planting Seeds

February and March are great months for starting seeds off indoors, especially with the temperatures being too cold to directly sow outside still. A propagator is perfect for this if you have one. However, a windowsill that is warm and […]

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Top 5 easiest house plants to look after

For anyone unsure on looking after house plants it can be quite daunting. How much water do they require? Do I need to feed them? How much sun do they need? Fortunately, this post will explain the top 5 easiest […]

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The Longest Days of the Year are Wonderful

The longest days of the year are wonderful – it gives us more time to enjoy the fruit of our gardening labours, and more time to keep working in the garden! It is very important to take stock of how […]

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