Trowell Garden Centre
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As a family Garden Centre business our roots stem from a passion for plants, we endeavour to continue to offer our customers quality plants and products, whilst giving them first-class customer service. Over the years our product range has expanded to give our customers more choice and with the addition of our family friendly Digg Cafe in 2014 we have been able to provide an attractive place to meet and eat.
Our 40 Year Roots
Trowell is an independently family run Garden Centre. It all began in the summer of 1976 when David and Barbara Henshaw started selling a few plants from the site of two old lock keepers cottages alongside the old Nottingham Canal in the village of Trowell, (which is known for the 1951 Festival of Britain Village) and is located between Nottingham and Derby. At that time David who had been trained at Oaklands Horticultural College had a Landscaping business under the name of Notts County Nurseries and was assisted by his father Arthur a former maths teacher and RAF veteran.
Word soon spread that it was the place to get sound advice and buy compost and plants at value prices, so it wasn't long before a steady stream of customers made their journey up the tiny lane and over the railway bridge to make their purchases.
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