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The Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park

Visitor browsing in the Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park, London
Visitor browsing in the Garden Centre at Morden Hall Park | © National Trust Images/John Millar

Morden Hall Park Garden Centre sits between Morden, Mitcham and Wimbledon and is the National Trust’s first ever garden centre. The friendly, 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, surrounded by acres of parkland, miles of walks, and wildlife. We're open 9am - 5pm, Monday to Saturday and 10am - 4pm on Sunday.

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

With a local delivery service (free on orders over £200), it’s even easier to get all your garden supplies. Any questions? Please contact us on 020 8545 2371.

Visitor browsing blankets and throws in the shop at Morden Hall Park, London
Visitor browsing blankets and throws in the shop at Morden Hall Park | © National Trust Images/Rob Stothard

For the garden

Outdoor plants

Outdoor plants take pride of place, with lots of unusual varieties. Stock varies throughout the year, but includes roses, alpines, fruit trees and ornamental trees, shade-lovers, climbers and fruit and veg.

The National Trust uses peat-free plants in its gardens, and plants on sale here are grown according to a sustainable peat-free policy in UK nurseries that grow seasonal, hardy plants without artificially heated greenhouses. So when you buy plants here, you’re making a sustainable choice.

Pots and ornaments

There’s a good range of plastic and ceramic plant pots, troughs and saucers, as well as pot ‘feet’. Or how about rustic, vintage-style crates? Finally, there are growing frames to support climbers.

From centrepieces to finishing touches, the ornaments include sculptures, clocks and sundials, wind chimes and mirrors, plaques and house numbers.

Gardening supplies

At Morden Hall Park Garden Centre, there’s a wide array of tools and equipment. If you’re breaking ground there’s all the trowels, forks, spades, rakes and hoes you’d expect. There are also scissors, secateurs, shears, loppers and pruning saws. And when it’s all over, brushes will help you tidy up.

There’s everything you need to grow your garden from scratch. That includes grow houses, raised beds, troughs, hanging baskets and brackets. And there’s also seed trays and grow tubes, liners, canes and stakes, netting, and cloches, with walls of seeds to choose from, too.

For watering there’s cans, water butts, hoses, sprayers, sprinklers, and micro-irrigation systems.

There’s a good selection of fencing, path and border edging, and mesh screens, plus different aggregates. Garden care chemicals include organic plant feeds, fertilisers, root stimulants, and herbicides and pesticides.


We offer free delivery with a minimum of £200 spend to specific postcodes:
SM4, SM3, SM1,SM2, SM5, SM6, SM7, CR4 , CR5, SW16, SW17, SW19, SW29, KT3, KT4, KT5, KT6, KT9, KT17, KT18, KT19, KT20
Tuesday – Friday only, subject to staff availability.

Outdoor living

Whether you’re setting off on an adventure, or just enjoying time in the garden, the stock here will help you get enjoy the great outdoors.

For fans of cooking al fresco, there’s a range of barbecue cookers, as well as fire pits and outdoor ovens. And all the accessories are here, too, from racks, trays, griddles, pizza stones, tongs, basting brushes and skewers to lighter cubes, charcoal, wood chips, kindling and logs, not forgetting grill cleaner.

There’s a stylish range of two and four-seaters, benches, tables and parasols, and lots of lighting options, including solar-powered.

For serious adventurers, there are hats and caps, walking boots, backpacks, fleeces, wellies, waterproofs and umbrellas.

Visitors in the shop at Morden Hall Park, London
Browsing children's toys and gifts at Morden Hall Park | © National Trust Images/Rob Stothard

Children’s toys and games

For junior gardeners, there’s a range of child-sized tools, including spades, forks, trowels, brooms, wheelbarrows, boots, socks and gloves.

Get close to wildlife with paint-your-own bird boxes, bug inspectors, pond-dipping nets, butterfly worlds, ant worlds and even spider worlds.

For outside play there’s plenty of ideas, like traditional kites, skipping ropes, balls, throwing discs, tennis or croquet sets, Velcro catchball and foam rockets. And den-building kits will help you complete No. 4 on your ‘50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ list.

For indoor fun, there are jigsaws, learning puzzles, maps, classic games and make-your-own roads and railways, as well as children’s books, including eye-spy, sticker books, pop-ups, bedtime stories, crosswords and colouring books.

Animal care

There’s something here for garden visitors and pets. Dogs are very welcome here, and there are lots of leads and poop bags, plus treats from brands such as Petface and Lily’s Kitchen and Earthbound’s high-quality dog beds.

Attract birds at home with seed and fat balls. There are also feed scoops and buckets, feeders, and posts for them, plus bird tables, baths and boxes. Butterfly homes and bug hotels are on sale too and there’s even hedgehog homes and food.

Gifts and homeware

Find the perfect gift for someone here - even if they don’t have a garden - with great gifts including jewellery, ornaments and prints, candles and candle holders, synthetic plants and silk flowers, as well as ready-made bouquets and even topiary. Almost all of the National Trust range is available here.

Meanwhile, those who prefer cooking should investigate the aprons and tea towels. After you’ve got your hands dirty, freshen up with a selection of soaps, hand lotions and oils. Add the finishing touch with greetings cards and gift bags.

Food and drink

An indulgent range of food and drink includes chocolate and confectionery, ales, wines and liqueurs, biscuits, jams and preserves. Often intended as a gift, they’re sometimes too tempting to last that long.

Staying safe around water

Whilst the river might be inviting, it is not safe to enter, either for paddling or swimming. It is fast flowing, varies in depth and has unseen hazards that may result in serious injury or death. In addition, the water quality is unsuitable. Your cooperation in staying out of the water also helps us to protect the river wildlife and avoid damage to the banks.

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