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Willowdeane Garden Centre

The only independently owned and operated garden centre in Pahiatua, Tararua District

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Seedlings

Seasonal vegetable and flower seedlings

natives

Natives

Native plants, flaxes and trees

perennials

Perennials

Perennial plants and flowers

shrubs

Trees & Shrubs

Selection of ornamental trees and shrubs, also fruit trees

roses

Roses

A variety of roses including bush roses, climbers, patio and standard roses

pots

Pots

Various sizes and colours glazed, ceramic & plastic garden pots

2A Crewe Street

Pahiatua

Click here for map & directions

Ph (06) 376 8436

willowdeanegill@gmail.com


At Willowdeane Garden Centre Pahiatua we offer a friendly personal service and relaxed garden environment. We are proud to be the only independently owned and operated garden centre in Pahiatua. With over 20 years experience and local gardening knowledge we are more than happy to make suggestions & provide tips on seasonal planting and garden maintenance. Whether gardening is your passion, a casual hobby or you just want some colour for your pots we are sure to have something of interest to you. We offer very competitive prices and have a nice selection of plants for each season. In addition to our selection of plants, trees, bulbs and seedlings we also have a colourful range of pots. Our gardening accessories and dry goods including gardening essentials such as seeds, potting mixes, sprays and more. We try to cater for most of our customer’s gardening needs. We look forward to seeing you soon. Open 7 Days during Spring & Summer 9am to 5pm Reduced hours during Winter (from the end of daylight savings) Tuesdays – Saturday 10am to 4pm

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Roses

We have a great range of bush, climber and standard roses available.

Where roses bloom so does hope


Gardening Tip & Ideas

Prune roses in July or August on a fine dry day. Spray immediately after pruning with Grosafe’s Bio Gro Certified Free Flo Copper and Enspray 99 Spraying Oil to kill over wintering fungi spores and insects.

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