Jacksons Garden Centre

Attractions in Trelawnyd

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Jacksons Garden Centre


Jacksons “Boutique” isn’t any ordinary Garden Centre it has been described as many as a ‘ Hidden Gem’ From the moment customers enter the shop they are blown away by the vast amount of different items that we have on offer, ranging from plants to home accessories. The store is open seven days a week and is easily accessible situated less than ten minutes away from the A55. We are confident that you will not be disappointed with a visit to Jacksons garden centre in North Wales, it’s a great day out for all the family young and old with every age and style being catered for. Jacksons is today as it always has been a family run Business. Founded in 1967 by Stanley and Marjorie Jackson the same family still remain and now the third generation are working on site. We have always produced good hardy plants here and although over the years our Retail has outgrown our production side we have never lost sight of our roots. Plants still form a hugely important part of our business along with our horticulture experience which enables us to help our customers with any gardening queries.


Garden centres have now become more than what they say in their name, they are now places to meet, peruse and learn a thing about what’s in and what’s not, take Jackson’s Garden Centre for instance. This little boutique garden centre on the North Wales coast may seem small as you drive into its well laid out car park, but looks are completely deceiving. Once in the Jacksons Tardis, a whole world of home, clothing and food delights are on offer. As I walked around the business I was taken aback at just how much was on offer here and if all that wasn’t enough, they’ve got a wonderful restaurant, serving a full culinary array of different foods. I remember Jackson’s when it had a small tea room, this is still there, but a tea room would now be an understatement. Booking a table ahead is seriously advised as they get very busy and their cakes, sandwiches and pastries truly are to die for!

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Trelawnyd, Denbighshire , LL18 6EB



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