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New Gardener Ltd is a UK based retailer of quality gardening equipment and accessories from leading brands. Our company aims to make gardening more accessible for everyone. We endeavour to offer excellent products at great value, top customer support and a pleasurable shopping experience.


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Shea Goulding

Founder & Managing Director

Gardening is great! Anyone can learn how to do it and nothing can compare to the feeling of seeing, touching or eating a plant that you grew from scratch.

When I first started gardening, all of the new information was very daunting. It seemed like there was an endless amount of knowledge needed, and every time I tried to learn about something new I had to sift through dozens of sources that all contradicted each other. Because of this, there were many times where I felt like giving up - what’s the point of trying, I’ll never be able to learn everything. Thankfully I didn’t stop, and now I am very passionate about gardening and want to share that passion with the world. I decided that I wanted to show everyone the joys of gardening, and I wanted to eliminate the initial learning curve that I struggled with. I created New Gardener with the aim of making gardening accessible to everyone - all the information, tips, experience, equipment all in one place.

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Gardening For Everyone

Gardening brings joy, but for many it can seem out of reach. Some may feel they lack space to garden while others may feel unconfident and not know where to start. At New Gardener, we believe gardening should be accessible for everyone. For those unfamiliar with the art, for the younger generation, for those looking to learn, for the experienced, for those with ample space and for those where space is at a premium. Gardening should have no barriers.

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Now more than ever we must do what we can to protect the environment. At New Gardener we believe that one of the most effective and important ways to do this is to grow our own plants. Whether that's growing your own flowers to decorate your house with, growing your own food, or anything in between, we should all do what we can to help.

The New Gardener Blog

Why Are My Strawberry Leaves Turning Red?
Strawberries are one of the most rewarding plants to grow. Not only do they taste delicious, but seeing vibrant red and green in your garden is sure to boost your mood. That's why discoloured leaves can raise questions and concerns about the health of your plants. Let's have a look at what causes the leaves to turn red and how they affect your strawberries?
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Is Gardening Good Exercise?
Gardening is an enjoyable and rewarding activity which offers us a great opportunity to engage with nature. It acts as a much needed escape from the fast pace of our day to day lives, but how beneficial is it for our health? How effective is gardening as a form of exercise? In today's blog we will go through the effects of gardening on the body and mind.
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5 Easy Vegetables Anyone Can Grow At Home
Growing your own vegetables is arguably one of the most rewarding things you can do. Unfortunately, many people never grow anything because they don’t know what to do - they feel that it is too difficult or they don’t have enough space. Here are some of my favourite vegetables that anyone can grow themselves, regardless of space or experience!
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Why Are Gardeners Replacing Plastic With Bamboo?
As gardeners, I'm sure we can all agree on the importance of nature. Without it, we simply couldn't do what we love. A lot of what we use is made of plastic, for example plant pots. Bamboo has been taking the gardening world by storm as a natural, biodegradable alternative to many pieces of equipment we have come to love. Let's take deeper look!
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How to Protect Your Plants From Frost
The end of summer can be a scary time for gardeners, but as the days get shorter and the temperature falls, fear not. This season’s work doesn’t need to go to waste. There are a huge amount of options for us to overwinter our plants and keep them protected through the colder months. Let's explore some of our options.
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