Outdoor plants

Outdoor Plants

At Parkers we pride ourselves in being a ‘real’ garden centre, and at the heart of our business is outdoor plants!



The Parker Family has always had a love for horticulture, and to this day outdoor plants forms the mainstay of our business. All our centres stock a huge range quality outdoor plant material. At Parker’s we have made a name for ourselves offering a huge range of plants at very reasonable prices. Over the past few years, as well as offering a comprehensive A-Z range of shrubs, we have introduced a number of very strong multi-buy offers. We offer a 3 Ltr pot range of shrubs for £4.99 or 4 for £18 and a smaller 1Lr range at £3.99 or 5 for £17.50.

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Perennials are a passion at Parkers also, and our range in season is second to non. As well as offering a huge selection including unusual varieties we offer a 1Lltr and 9 cm range of perennials at £2.99 or 4 for £10 and a 9cm range of alpines and perennials at £1.99 or 4 for £7




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As well as offering a huge range of outdoor plants from climbers to pond plants we pride ourselves in sourcing the majority of our plant stock from local growers, supporting local business and cutting our carbon footprint.



Sourcing locally is important to us not only for these reasons but as a business Parker’s has signed up to the HTA’s statement on the management of risk posed by Xylella fastidiosa. Xylella fastidiosa a disease affecting a number plant species in areas of Europe and as a business we are very serious about managing the risk to the UK. Parker’s Garden Centres have signed up to the following statement.


““We have taken the decision NOT to knowingly purchase any host plants originating from regions where the disease Xylella is known to exist. The decision has been taken after detailed consideration as to the potential catastrophic impact the introduction of the disease could have to the UK environment, coupled with the ever increasing number of host plant genera of this disease. This is in line with DEFRA’s good practice recommendations.”