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Coming Soon…New Look Café Bar and Food Hall to open at Squire’s Wokingham

Squire’s Garden Centre on Heathlands Road in Wokingham is to open a stunning new look Café Bar and enhanced Food Hall containing a butcher and a bakery in November. The Café Bar will have a brand new kitchen allowing a wider range of mouthwatering dishes to be prepared, plus there will be a pizza oven […]

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Best Vegetables to Grow in Winter

With concerns around possible food shortages in supermarkets this winter, now is a great time to start growing your own vegetables. Winter can still be a very productive time in the garden, and when it comes to selecting which vegetables to grow there’s quite a bit of choice. From carrots to kale, onions to garlic […]

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Spooky Halloween Houseplants

This Halloween, treat yourself to some spooky houseplants to decorate your home. Choose plants with freaky foliage, orange colours or scary names. Squire’s Garden Centres recommend the following houseplants: Spider Plant The Spider Plant gets its name from the trailing stems of baby plants or ‘spiders’ that shoot out from the base on long tendrils. […]

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Stunning new plant areas at Squire’s in Milford and Badshot Lea

Squire’s Garden Centres in Milford and Badshot Lea both have stunning new plant areas. Plants are now displayed in wooden ‘flood benches’, which not only look great, but they are environmentally friendly too. Each bench contains a tray which captures water, whether from a hose or rainfall. This means that the plants absorb water at […]

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Get a buzz from gardening – Best plants to boost mental health

It’s World Mental Health Day on 10th October and this year’s theme is ‘mental health for all’. Many studies have shown that gardening can do wonders for your health and wellbeing. It can help reduce depression, anxiety and stress, and improve your mood, concentration and positive outlook. In a survey of nearly 2,000 people by […]

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