GARDEN CENTRE FRESH Delivers a complete range
of plants directly from 1500 growers
within 48 hours!
GARDEN CENTRE FRESH Delivers a complete range
of plants directly from 1500 growers
within 48 hours!

Who can deliver a complete range of plants directly from 1500 growers throughout Europe? Garden Centre Fresh can!
With a 24 hour online ordering system, you are able to add to your order and regularly check out our new products.

About us

  • Our service to you

    Founded in 2005, Garden Centre Fresh has rapidly grown over the years and supplies to over 300 customers throughout the UK. The team ensure that every customer, regardless of the size of their centre, receives the best customer service possible and we work hard to ensure that our customers are always happy with the products they receive. Orders can be placed at any time of the day via our extensive webshop. Garden and House plants will be on their way to you within 48 hours after departure, anywhere in the UK. For your convenience, we can provide the delivered products complete with price labels and barcodes, so that the fresh plants can be moved directly from the lorry to your shelves, ready for selling. All you need to do is determine your retail price. Our team is able to help you compile your order and is keen to advise you on our new concepts, promotional items and special offers. Together with you, we will determine how best to serve your customers. A tailor-made service that matches your needs is the result.

  • Exceptional quality

    Our products meet the highest quality standards as we purchase directly from the growers according to fixed product specifications rather than through the auction. You can of course be rest assured that Garden Centre Fresh works according to the latest European guidelines, taking people and the environment into account.

  • Warehouse

    Based in the Netherlands, our staff work hard every day to ensure your plants arrive in tip-top condition. The trollies are fully loaded by professionals in the trade, and wrapped carefully to ensure the plants arrive to you in the best condition possible!

Team

Grower of the Month

11.2017

Vreugdenhil Bulbs and Plants

Vreugdenhil was established in 1938 by Jochem Vreugdenhil Sr. He grew different sorts of vegetables, grapes and tulips and was one of the first growers to start cultivating Amaryllis in the sixties.

The company is currently run by his son Leen Vreugdenhil and his grandsons Jochem and Wouter Vreugdenhil and it is one of the larger companies of its type having four premises with approx. 160,000 m2 of greenhouses in Westland.  

No water flowers®, unique, easy and beautiful.
A new product since 2012 is No water flowers® bulbs, handmade with specially selected bulbs that don’t need water to grow. The bulb has enough energy for the flower to grow. So just enjoy this easy eye catcher. They  have a wide range of varieties all guaranteed flowering 3-6 week.
With their self-invented metal support it can be placed easily and ready to use. No water flowers® Great to give, nice to have!

Webshop

  • View the latest offers and innovative concepts
  • Extensive range of plants based on both seasonal availability and feedback from our customers
  • Determine your own sales price and label text for your labels applied to the products
  • Place your order 24 hours a day and receive direct confirmation by email.
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On your shelf within 48 hours!

  • 12:00

    You place an order via our Webshop

  • 14:00

    We process your order at our Head Office

  • 21:00

    Your plants are picked up from the best growers

  • 08:00

    The plants are delivered to our distribution centre

  • 12:00

    Your order is prepared. Plants will be labeled with your personalized label

  • 17:00

    Lorry departs to deliver your order within 48 hours.

Contact

For questions you can use the contact form below. We are glad to assist you personally and will respond as soon as possible.

Latest News

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Coming soon... the 5th Annual Garden Centre Fresh Trade Show.
🌱30January - 1 February 2018🌱
Fabulous plants and tasty smoothies from our partners at De Fruithof
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Coming soon... the 5th Annual Garden Centre Fresh Trade Show. 
🌱30January - 1 February 2018🌱 
Fabulous plants and tasty smoothies from our partners at De Fruithof

4 days ago

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January 2018: Dracaena Houseplant of the month!
Dracaena is a tall, voluminous houseplant or tree with one or more trunks, from which fabulous leaves grow in green, yellow and gold, sometimes with some pink or red. There are many types of leaf: small, delicate and pointy or large and soft. The choice of trunks is also varied: thick, thin, tall, branched and woven. In terms of size, it ranges from a houseplant to an indoor tree, all with a beautiful tropical look. As a statement plant, Dracaena is easy to look after. The plant stores water in the trunk, and can cope if you forget to water it occasionally. The plant also helps keep the air indoors clean. According to the NASA Clean Air Study, Dracaena is one of the plants that helps improve the quality of the air in your home.

Origin
In the wild, Dracaena grows particularly in Africa and adjacent islands such as Madeira, the Canary Islands and the Cape Verde Islands. There are varieties that really do resemble a tree with a trunk, but there are also robust bushy forms which are used as hedges and dividers in hot countries. They can live for a long time, and some species develop a very distinctive shape in the wild which seems to come straight out of primaeval times.

Range
Dracaena offers a wide choice of around 80 species and cultivars in various forms. Hence there are plants with a single stem, top cutting, tuft (several plants of one species in a single pot), Ti plant (double-headed plant), branched or woven trunk, plant with underplanting, stump, etc. Dracaena also offers various leaf shapes from narrow to broad and colours from yellow to dark red.

These are the best known varieties:
- Dracaena marginata cultivars, with narrow 1-2 cm leaves
- Dracaena fragrans cultivars, with broad 5-7 cm leaves
- Dracaena fragrans Compacta Grp, compact structure with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena fragrans Deremenis Grp, with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena reflexa cultivars, somewhat curved leaves, 2-3 cm wide
- Dracaena sanderiana cultivars, with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena surculosa cultivars, with oval spotted leaves.

Care tips for consumers
Dracaena prefers not to be in direct sunlight, but does want a light position in order to keep the markings attractive.
Only water when the soil dries out. Dracaena cannot tolerate wet feet.
Spraying from time to time keeps the leaves attractive and fresh.
Give house plant food once every six weeks in spring and summer. Do not feed in autumn and winter.
Dracaena cannot tolerate cold. Do not allow the temperature to drop below 10-13°C.

Sales and display tips for Dracaena
Dracaena fits well with the popular interiors trend for creating a green atmosphere with botanicals. Create a lively display by mixing various varieties and sizes of Dracaena together. The tropical look is reinforced by pots made of wood or ceramic with a bark motif, supplemented with some exotic accessories.
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January 2018: Dracaena Houseplant of the month! 
Dracaena is a tall, voluminous houseplant or tree with one or more trunks, from which fabulous leaves grow in green, yellow and gold, sometimes with some pink or red. There are many types of leaf: small, delicate and pointy or large and soft. The choice of trunks is also varied: thick, thin, tall, branched and woven. In terms of size, it ranges from a houseplant to an indoor tree, all with a beautiful tropical look. As a statement plant, Dracaena is easy to look after. The plant stores water in the trunk, and can cope if you forget to water it occasionally. The plant also helps keep the air indoors clean. According to the NASA Clean Air Study, Dracaena is one of the plants that helps improve the quality of the air in your home.

Origin 
In the wild, Dracaena grows particularly in Africa and adjacent islands such as Madeira, the Canary Islands and the Cape Verde Islands. There are varieties that really do resemble a tree with a trunk, but there are also robust bushy forms which are used as hedges and dividers in hot countries. They can live for a long time, and some species develop a very distinctive shape in the wild which seems to come straight out of primaeval times. 

Range 
Dracaena offers a wide choice of around 80 species and cultivars in various forms. Hence there are plants with a single stem, top cutting, tuft (several plants of one species in a single pot), Ti plant (double-headed plant), branched or woven trunk, plant with underplanting, stump, etc. Dracaena also offers various leaf shapes from narrow to broad and colours from yellow to dark red. 

These are the best known varieties: 
- Dracaena marginata cultivars, with narrow 1-2 cm leaves
- Dracaena fragrans cultivars, with broad 5-7 cm leaves
- Dracaena fragrans Compacta Grp, compact structure with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena fragrans Deremenis Grp, with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena reflexa cultivars, somewhat curved leaves, 2-3 cm wide
- Dracaena sanderiana cultivars, with 2-3 cm wide leaves
- Dracaena surculosa cultivars, with oval spotted leaves. 

Care tips for consumers 
Dracaena prefers not to be in direct sunlight, but does want a light position in order to keep the markings attractive.
Only water when the soil dries out. Dracaena cannot tolerate wet feet. 
Spraying from time to time keeps the leaves attractive and fresh.
Give house plant food once every six weeks in spring and summer. Do not feed in autumn and winter. 
Dracaena cannot tolerate cold. Do not allow the temperature to drop below 10-13°C. 

Sales and display tips for Dracaena
Dracaena fits well with the popular interiors trend for creating a green atmosphere with botanicals. Create a lively display by mixing various varieties and sizes of Dracaena together. The tropical look is reinforced by pots made of wood or ceramic with a bark motif, supplemented with some exotic accessories.

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Good morning, time for a video 🎞 of Special Plant Zundert BV, one of the growers who will be on our GCF Show at the end of this month. See you soon!

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