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6 07, 2017

New Soft Play Area now Open at Dino Park in Dumfries

July 6th, 2017|Dino Park|

Hetland Garden Centre’s Dino Park has quickly become one of the most talked about family days out in South West Scotland. This week sees an exciting addition to the park, with the opening of the new Dino Soft Play area offering children a fully immersive Dino experience - come rain or shine. Dino Soft Play Launches for July 2017 Dino Park Soft Play will be welcoming little explorers from Monday 3rd July 2017. Open 7 days from 10am. What’s [...]

24 05, 2017

What to Do in the Garden in May

May 24th, 2017|David's Gardening Tips|

During May many diligent gardeners will start to see the fruits of their labour. Spring is well underway and British summertime is just a few weeks ahead. But this can bring changeable weather conditions, so watch out for unseasonable ground frosts and extended dry spells during this transitional month. Hotting up. Rising soil temperatures mean it's time to move your flowering plants and vegetables outside for their final growing phase. But these growing conditions are also perfect for weeds, [...]

14 03, 2017

Hetland Garden Centre – Gardening in March

March 14th, 2017|David's Gardening Tips|

If it hasn’t quite sprung already, by mid March Spring has usually arrived. Your preparations made during the winter months will paying off and with improving weather you’ve more chances to get out and enjoy your garden. Here are Hetland Garden Centres top tips for gardening in March: Lawn Management If the weather is mild enough you may have to start cutting your grass this month. This year we’ve had a few lovely sunny days already, mixed with chilly nights [...]

9 02, 2017

Hetland Garden Centre – What to Do in the Garden in February

February 9th, 2017|David's Gardening Tips|

Getting back in to the Garden in February Traditionally, February is a time of waking up and warming up after what always feels like a long winter, as our gardens and their inhabitants prepare for the approaching spring. You may be forgiven for wondering if we have indeed left January behind at all this year! But whether this transitional month brings the year’s first tentative snow drops or actual snow flakes to your garden, you can rest assured in [...]

16 12, 2016

January Gardening Top Tips

December 16th, 2016|David's Gardening Tips|

With Christmas just around the corner, we are also approaching the coldest month of the year. For your garden, this means employing some simple measures to protect your handy work from the elements. Before the cold weather hits, make sure you’re ready with our January Gardening Top Tips. Covers and supports - be sure to check over all supports and coverings for damage and strategically position plants to make the best of reduced daylight. Pre-Spring Clean - January may [...]

16 12, 2016

5 Fun Facts About the Hetland Garden Centre Reindeer

December 16th, 2016|Christmas|

Have you been to see the Hetland Garden Centre Reindeer yet? Ever wondered what Santa’s Reindeer get up to for the rest of the year? They come for their holidays with us here at Hetland Garden Centre! After all, how else would Santa get here all the way from the North Pole? Bring your little ones along to experience the magic of meeting our real life reindeer. This friendly bunch are up and about between the hours of 9-5.30pm [...]