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Deadheading and Pruning in June

16th June 2020


Deadheading is a regular task throughout the growing season in all parts of the garden. With many plants - perennials,... continue reading

Message from TV Horticulturalist David Domoney

20th March 2020

Well-known TV presenter and Horticulturalist David Domoney has reached out with a message and video, about the importance of your garden and garden centres in the local community. continue reading

Mayberry Wild Bird Quiz Winner

9th March 2020

11-year-old Layton from Mile Oak won the Wild Bird Quiz at Mayberry Garden Centre, which ran through half term in conjunction with National Nest Box Week. continue reading

Good Gardening with Mark Curtis: February 2020

1st February 2020

With cold days outside, now is a great time to get creative indoors and plant your own terrarium. It is... continue reading

Our Short Guide To Eco Gardening

2nd January 2020

With the ever-rising importance of climate change and continually growing talk around the subject, here at Tates of Sussex Gardening Centers we believe there is certainly a place for more eco-friendly gardening practices. So from fixing a leaky tap or reducing pesticide use to purchasing a high quality water recycling system, there are so many ways you can make those all important steps to greener living. continue reading

Gardening Tips for January

2nd January 2020

For many of us January means cold days and even colder nights, not the most inspiring time to be taking up a spot of gardening. But as we reach the midpoint of winter this month, the days start getting longer which can mean only one thing: more growth in the garden. continue reading

Good Gardening with Mark Curtis: January 2020

1st January 2020

Where can you find Red Riding Hood and Rip van Winkle in the bed together? Sounds like a Christmas cracker... continue reading

Christmas Jumper Day Raises £400

16th December 2019

We raised over £400 for Save the Children UK's Christmas Jumper Day! continue reading

Our Gardening New Year’s Resolutions

13th December 2019

With every new year comes the inevitable new year’s resolutions, and whether we stick to them or not it is more than likely that gardeners up and down the country will be spending much of December thinking about how their gardening activities might shape up in 2020. For green fingered enthusiasts, each new year brings a new growing season and an opportunity to learn from last years work, pick up some new gardening tips and think about making some exciting gardening plans for an even better year ahead. continue reading

Our Gardening Tips For December

13th December 2019

Gardening in December can mean working in some very cold temperatures, and with the shortest day of the year creeping up this month, now is a good time to be getting back into the outdoors and making the most of daylight hours. Getting your green fingers busy this month can not only be a fantastic way to help keep your garden in tip top shape throughout the year, it can also be very enjoyable. continue reading