Spring is Here! – Patrick’s Patch – Saturday March 10th 2018
10am until 12 noon inside the Garden Centre. No need to book – just come along.
Join us for one of our FREE and exciting Patrick’s Patch Gardening Courses where you will… Continue Reading »
Steff’s Kitchen specials for the week commencing Monday 19th February 2018.
Pork parcels wrapped in smokey streaky bacon with a Patricks Patch stuffing, served with roasted potatoes, seasonal vegetables and a red wine gravy. £10.25
Wild mushroom, parmesan and gnocchi gratin… Continue Reading »
Masses of beautiful flowers blooming from late spring until first frosts. Evergreen foliage.
Hebe is a genus of plants native to New Zealand, Polynesia, the Falkland Islands and South America. It is named after the Greek Goddess of youth – Hebe.
Hebe’s… Continue Reading »
Dahlias are great for borders. Coloured and attractive large blooms make every garden look stunning. Plant early spring for best results in summer.
Choose from assorted varities and colours.
Buy 2 get 3rd FREE
Whilst stocks last.
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Patrick’s Patch volunteers Jenny and Sue dedicated an hour on Monday 29th January to record bird sitings in Patrick’s Patch.
Their results have been submitted to the RSPB as part of the Big Garden Bird Watch.
They were particularly pleased to see… Continue Reading »
Rachel attended the annual New Forest Volunteer fair on 29th January. Patrick’s Patch is keen to recruit more volunteers to help with visiting groups of primary school children.
‘The children benefit hugely from their visits to the garden ” says Rachel “and… Continue Reading »