The entrance is disappointing as it looks from the car park like a industrial building which it is. A vast warehouse with a brick facade.
But once through the doors you are treated to spacious pretty displays in a colour and design on each. This gives one many ideas of ways of enhancing our home and garden.
As I went in late November there were very few plants but an abundance of gifts, christmas lights etc and some toys for the children and outside Christmas trees and pots.
The tea room also looked pretty and had plenty of toasted sandwiches cakes and small lunch meals.
Overall the reason for going in December would be for gifts and Christmas trees etc and not for plants.
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