Happy Christmas from Glossop Garden Centre
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What to do in your garden in January

In January there is plenty to be getting on with in the garden, greenhouse or on the kitchen window sill.


The signs of Spring are evident in the garden. The tips of flowering Spring bulbs are peeping through the cold earth, tightly furled buds are growing very slowly on the trees and day by day the mornings and evenings are getting lighter.

Spring IS getting ready to burst through..........

Look what is in stock for you to be getting ahead with.

  • Seed Potatoes
  • Onion and Garlic Sets
  • Bulbs - A wide variety of potted Spring bulbs, Tete a Tetes, Dwarf Iris, Miniature Tulips, Muscari and many many more.
  • Summer bulbs and tubers, such as Lily's and Dahlia's are in stock too.
  • Helebores should begin to start nodding their pretty heads in the garden and we have a good selection to choose from.
  • Thompson & Morgan seeds are all lined up ready for you with some unusual varieties to add to the mix.
  • And of course we have everything you need for propagating - heated propagation units, seed trays, pots, vermiculite, perlite, dibbers, labels and hormone powder to list a fraction of what we have available.
  • Our little feathered friends will need to be topped up with high energy food this month. We've got everything you need.
  • Don't forget to cover your tender plants with fleece or bubble wrap. All available in store.
  • Seville oranges are in season and we have all you need to start preserving homemade Marmalade - jars, labels, preserving pans, funnels, seals and pretty jam pot covers.
Happy Christmas from Glossop Garden Centre
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