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Abercorn Plant & Garden Centre

Beehive Lane
Chelmsford
Essex
CM2 8LX
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Abercorn is an independant Garden Centre which still holds plants as it's main strength, with large selections of Shrubs, Perennials, Roses, Trees and great displays of Seasonal Plants. To compliment this, Abercorn has a great range of Pots and Containers along with quality composts and all the products you could need for successful gardening. With ranges from Forest fencing and Stonemarket Paving, Abercorn can offer everything for the landscaping and planting of your garden. For those new to gardening or if you are still learning, the staff are pleased to offer FREE advice and a Friendly Service.

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