8 Reasons To Visit Bell Plantation
Garden Centre
1. Amazing Plants
Over 4000 varieties of plants, trees, shrubs, grasses, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
2. Experts Onsite
We employ enthusiastic gardeners and plant specialists who love to advise you.
3. Loyalty Card
You can join our Loyalty Card. Holders can enjoy a seasonal guide to gardening plus 5% back. Sign up here
4. Famous cafe
Fresh, home-made food in a relaxing and enjoyable environment
5. Poultry Centre
For those who are interested in poultry, we consider our Poultry Centre to be the UK’s best.
6. Food Hall
You can enjoy our unusual ‘scrummy ‘fresh local products at the Food Hall.
7. Family Run
We are a family run business. You will see us around the Centre and are ready to care for your every need.
8. Free Parking
You can park easily and securely in our huge car park and don’t forget to use our shop to car assistance with your purchases.
Garden trends sure to make your garden a talking point.

There are a number of key gardening trends set to make an appearance in 2019, from gardening for climate change (look out for our upcoming vlog by Ashley) and sculptural plants, to house plants and using metal and sculptural walls.

In this article we’ve taken a look at two trends which can work in any size garden to give you some inspiration for an amazing garden.

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Bold and Beautiful

If you’re in to bright colours, this key garden trend for 2019 will be right up your street. Go Bold and Beautiful with clashing colours, large leaf plants and bold print!

Hot, sizzling jewel colours, along with sultry purples and blues, are the order of the day for 2019 so you can indulge all your favourite colours! To make this scheme work successfully go for simplicity and repetition in the form of repeated planting patterns or plant combinations and matching, brightly coloured accessories.

Statuesque flowering perennials such as Pompon Dahlias, Allium Globemaster or Lupin Tutti Frutti will help to create colourful, striking focal points. Look too for large leafed plants, such as Cannas, Hostas, Cardoon (Globe Artichokes/Artichoke Thistles), Fatsia, Date Palms and Cordyline, to give architectural structure to your beds.

Bedding plants in brightly coloured planters will help to bring colour to hard landscaped areas such as patios and decking. Begonias, Petunias, Stocks, Bush Geraniums, Trailing Fuschia and Impatiens are just some that will provide you with a riot of colour.

Find out more
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We hope this has provided some garden inspiration and would love to see your amazing garden – why not send us a photo via our Facebook page using the hashtag #AmazingGarden

Where To Find Us
Our Address
Watling Street
NN12 6GX
United Kingdom
Contact us
Tel: 01327 354 126
Fax: 01327 359 751
Opening Times
Garden Centre & Food Hall 
Mon to Sat: 9 am-5:30 pm
Sun: 10:30 am-4:30 pm
Mon to Sat: 9 am- 5 pm
Sun: 10:30 am-4:30 pm