4. Ground CoverBlack PlasticWeed suppressantMeshes/Netting5. Canes6. Tools (New & Used)
1. A range of seeds2.Compost (see below)3. Fertilizers Blood, Fish and BoneGrowmoreLime
How to find the HwDAA Shop. The shop is located on our Alderman Moore’s site. When the shop is open, the gates to the site are always open. There is plenty of car parking and the Number 24a bus goes past the site. This map shows were the Alderman Moore site is located just off Ashton Drive. (Takes you to the Bristol City Council website)
Our philosophy is that we are not a garden centre (but we are cheaper than most). Our aim is to stock just essential gardening items. Our top ten are:
The shop is now open on Saturdays and Sundays 10:30 - 12:00. We’re not open Wednesdays at the moment.We have put in place measures to reduce risk of COVID - 19 infection and protect customers and volunteers following Government and Horticultural Trade Association (HTA) guidance. Details here..Autumn planting onion sets and broad beans are now available in the shop.Recommended planting for onions and shallots is mid-September to mid-October.This year’s cultivars are:Onion sets:- Shenshyu Yellow (large size flattened globe shape)Autumn Champion (name change from Shakespeare semi-globe shape)Red Winter (Red onions)Broad beansAquadulce Claudia Garlic Solent Wight, Shallots Longor will be on sale from Saturday 26th Sept.
Links to local Garden Centres
CompostWe are moving to a new system of sourcing and distributing compost around each site:Peat free; no plastic bags; locally sourced: Green Waste CompostThis compost is intended as a general purpose soil improver and can be used for all your typical growing needs such as planting out, mulching and soil conditioning.Specific products like seed compost or ericaceous will still be stocked at seasonal times as usual.In addition we now haveBagged Peat Free Compostavailable in the shop:- Melcourt Peat Free All Purpose Compost in 50L bags priced at £6 per bag..