The Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park Garden Centre sits between Morden, Mitcham and Wimbledon. It is the National Trust's Garden Centre. Our friendly and expert team can help you with your gardening questions, and advise on the right product for your needs. The Garden Centre stands on the site of the historic estate's kitchen garden, and surrounded by acres of parkland, miles of walks, and a variety of wildlife. All profits go back into looking after this special park for locals and visitors to enjoy.

Statue of a rabbit amid spring flowers at Morden Hall Park garden centre
Seed packets in the Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

What you'll find at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre 

The Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park has everything you need to keep your garden looking at its best. From plants and seeds, to fences, gravel, and especially tools. What's more, if you've you kids to entertain, animals to care for, or someone special to get a present for, you'll find that too.

An allium at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Your visit to Morden Hall Park Garden Centre 

When you come to Morden Hall Park Garden Centre, a few hints could help improve your visit. Find out how to get here, when to come, and how to make the most of your visit.

The delivery van at Morden Hall Park, outside the garden centre

Garden Centre delivery service 

Our delivery service is designed to make sure that you get everything you came for. If you can't fit it in your car, that's ok. If you didn't bring a car, that's even better. You can walk away with both hands free, and we'll ship your shopping to you. You can even take advantage of our great public transport links to get here without the hassle of traffic.

Lanhydrock Head Gardener Tommy Teagle inspects nursery plants at for Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Our suppliers at Lanhydrock Nursery 

The Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park is partly stocked with plants from the National Trust nurseries in Lanhydrock, Cornwall. Their team of experts not only grow plants for the park, but also for houses and gardens across the South of England. That means, when you buy plants at Morden Hall Park, you’ll get the same quality that we use ourselves.

Cabbage plants for sale at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Why are peat-free plants important? 

Peat is an important natural resource, providing carbon storage and natural flood defences. However, it has also historically been popular with gardeners as a growing medium for their plants. The National Trust has had peat-free gardens for years, and now you can do the same by shopping at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre.