8 garden centers and nurseries around Worcestershire worth a visit

8 garden centers and nurseries around Worcestershire worth a visit

Some of the best garden centers and nurseries in Worcestershire have been around for over 35 years – dating back to the 1920s.

Initially set up by families growing plants and selling vegetables in barns, many have now transformed into huge centers offering everything from garden furniture and tools to clothing and pet care.

Many have children’s play areas and cafes although they may be closed due to current coronavirus restrictions. Be prepared for social distancing measures when you arrive. It is always best to check opening times in advance to avoid disappointment.

St. Peters Garden Centre

You can order takeaway afternoon tea from the St Peters Garden Center café while coronavirus restrictions remain. The boxes ordered online include a selection of finger sandwiches, homemade Scotch eggs, sausage rolls, homemade quiche, mini Yorkshires with beef, pork pie, cheesecake and onion jam that you can click and collect.

The garden center has an outdoor plant area, water features and outdoor furniture as well as an in-store deli. Find out more here

Pear Tree Farm, Norton Road, Worcester WR5 2NY

Webz Wichbold

It’s a large garden center that often hosts great family events, including outdoor cinemas, a beach in summer, an indoor ice skating rink and a grotto at Christmas where we hosted the Brummie Mummies Social.

There are plenty of plants to choose from in the outdoor nursery as well as garden furniture and gifts to check out inside, such as cookware, toys and candles. There is also a deli on the farm as well. Find out more here

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