Visit our welcoming garden centre today for everything you could ever need to make your garden look sensational. We pride ourselves on offering truly high-quality plants and advice, and we believe this is what keeps our customers coming back to us time after time.
Situated in the heart of Crystal Palace & Upper Norwood the Secret Garden stock one of the largest ranges of house plants, pot plants, trees, shrubs, bushes & climbers along with a wide variety of seasonal ideas. That and years of experience in the gardening retail sector we pride ourselves on helping you the customer choose the right items for your indoor or outdoor projects.
Visit one of South London’s best-kept secrets today!
Spring & Summer ’22 Opening Dates
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sundays & Bank Holidays: 10am – 5pm
(From Monday February 28th 2022 onwards, until the Autumn)
Hidden in a leafy suburb for over 30 years
Established over 30 years ago, we strive to offer excellent advice and always try our best to pass on our expertise to you, the customer.
“It’s our best kept secret with an ever growing supply of plants” Local resident
In store this month and Secret gardening news
Here are a few tips to keep your garden going over the heatwave! 1. Mulch Use bark chippings, Composted bark, soil improver or garden compost to mulch your borders. A layer of at least 2 inches is the most effective. This additional layer will help to prevent water...
Think you know what Basil tastes and looks like? Think again!!! If you type basil into google images, you will find thousands of pictures of sweet basil. This is the most common form of basil and is what you will find in most supermarkets and recipes. But there is so...
The garden centre is looking blooming marvellous. Now is the perfect time to fill up gaps in the border and freshen up your patio pots. Many perennials, shrubs and bedding plants are in bloom now and will carry on flowering well into the summer or even the autumn....
Vegetable seedlings are now in stock but some varieties will need protection from this cold weather we are having. Tomatoes, Peppers, Aubergines, Courgettes and Cucumbers, should all be kept on a sunny windowsill or in a greenhouse until the last frost has past....