Garden Shop

Drop by the Garden Shop for a relaxed shopping experience. The Shop has original gifts for all purses and tastes to delight the whole family, from gardening goods, books and David Austin roses, to little luxuries, homeware, toys for children and local produce.

The Alnwick Garden works with local producers to showcase the very best of Northumbrian produce and wares. Shop when you visit us, or drop in when you’re passing. The Garden Shop is open every day 10am - 6pm. You don't need a Garden ticket to visit the shop.

For your garden, choose from David Austin Roses, plants and great ranges of gardening goods, including watering cans, tools, kneelers and aprons. You’ll also find bird boxes, feeders and seed, and houses for bees, butterflies and frogs.

It’s a great place to shop for gifts, with beautiful books, homeware and picnicware, as well as distinctive accessories and jewellery. In an ever-changing exhibition, there are beautiful examples of local art.

You’ll find toys, puppets, games and lots of things to occupy creative children, as well as things to tempt them outdoors to garden or learn more about nature. There are also lots of small pocket-money treats.

In late spring, a local, family-owned nursery provides little pretties including saxifrages, primulas and sedums; an excellent choice for the smaller garden. Later yet come home-propogated bold herbaceous perennials; delphiniums, geraniums and astrantias. They're joined by some of The Garden's more unusual flowering plants like the stunning bright blue Himalayan Poppy (Mecanopsis 'Lingholm') and the Giant Lily (Cardiocrinum giganteum).

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Official Guide Book

While you're browsing through the goodies in the Garden Shop, keep an eye out for issue 1 of our beautiful new guidebook! It's bursting with stunning pictures of The Garden and full of interesting information and facts about each of its areas.

The Alnwick Garden is more than a garden, it is a registered charity that places people at its heart, whether they be individuals or part of a community. As well as standing for contemporary gardening excellence, The Garden stimulates change through play, learning, the arts, healthy activity, addressing disability and the economic renaissance of a rural community.

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