Welcome to The Barn
The Barn Garden Centre in Oundle is an independent, family run Garden Centre found in the heart of the Nene Valley and now includes The Boxwood Café.
FOLLOWING THE GOVERNMENT'S ANNOUNCEMENT ON MONDAY 23RD MARCH 2020, GARDEN CENTRE'S ARE CLASSED AS A NON-ESSENTIAL SHOPS AND WE ARE THEREFORE CLOSED
HOWEVER, WE ARE OFFERING A LOCAL DELIVERY SERVICE RING US ON
01832 273310 OR EMAIL [email protected]
Phone line will be manned Monday - Friday 9 - 1 and Saturday 9 - 12
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Why the barn
- Family run
- Independent Garden Centre
- Large range of quality plants
- Open 7 days a week
- Friendly and knowledgeable staff
- The Boxwood Café
As the weather warms up, things are starting to get busy in the garden. To help you keep on top of things, we’ve put together our top 15 April gardening tips. Give your garden a bit of love and attention now, and you’ll have all summer to enjoy the fruits of your efforts.Read more...
Campanulas are a welcome sight in our gardens in summer. With their beautiful bell-shaped flowers in shades of white or soft pink, sky-blue or rich purple, these cottage garden classics flower for weeks on end. But did you know you can also grow campanulas indoors? Pick the right ones, treat them kindly, and they’ll reward you with months of beautiful blooms on your windowsill. Find out everything about the houseplant of the month: Campanula.Read more...
There’s no such thing as a shy dahlia. They’re the party animals of the plant world, with attention-grabbing flowers in all colours, shapes and sizes. They flower for months, too, so when everything else in the garden is starting to fade in late summer, they’ll still be going strong. Find out how to grow dahlias.Read more...
Conifers have been used in gardening for many years. From vast landscapes to smaller gardens. You find conifers in parks and botanic gardens, out in the wild of the land and everywhere in between. At times over the years, they have even been given a bad reputation but not only are they great for structure, colours and texture but they can complement gardens very well. Here are our top 5 reasons to grow conifers.Read more...