Spring Whispers...

Welcome to Benview Garden Centre

There is a murmur of Spring in the air at Benview. You might not feel it yet with talk of snow this Saturday but there is movement, sure signs! That minds are turning towards the garden again.

Last week the summer bulbs, seed potatoes and onions sets arrived, tomorrow the pre-season stock will be delivered and we've been busy getting the shop ready for when things heat up (literally) when Benview will buzz with customers (and bees) looking for all the 2016 bedding. We have some new varieties for you! In the mean time if you want to help your feathered friends then fly into Benview - also tomorrow we are expecting a delivery of new bird feeders.

(Published January 27, 2016)

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Benview Garden centre is an independent garden centre situated 4 miles south of Aberfoyle in the the beautiful Trossachs area of Central Scotland within easy reach of Glasgow and only half an hour from Stirling. We run a farm shop, sell pet supplies and grow a large proportion of our own plants to suit the Scottish climate. We have everything you need for your garden...and more.

To find out more about what we've been up to check out our blog.

We welcome any photos or stories about you garden, see the comment section below and don't hesitate to shoot through any gardening questions you have.

We've been doing our homework and went to a recording of the BBC Radio 4 Gardener's Question Time. We were in the audience for two shows, the first aired on Friday October 2. The second show will air in November so keep an eye out for the shows recorded in Gartmore! Wendy our Manager, pictured below, will be on the November program with the team answering her question about Gooseberry Sawfly. A big thanks to the Gartmore Hoticultural Society who organised the event and click here to go directly to the Gardener's Question Time page. Eric Robson chaired the two shows with Chris Beardshaw, Bunny Guinness and Christine Walkden on the panel.

Wendy the manager
Wendy our garden centre manager, problem in your garden? Ask Wendy!

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