Welcome to Hill Foot Garden Centre,
Hill Foot is a family run garden centre on the edge of Ulverston in the south lakes area of Cumbria.
A large selection of trees, plants, alpines & various other items are always available. As well as plenty of compost, fertilisers, peats etc, we have a large show site for greenhouses, both cedar wood and aluminium, garden sheds, summerhouses and play houses.we also sell concrete garages in various. Sizes and styles . our landscape team can also do the base work for your garage. we also sell a good range of things a gardener needs .we stock a large. selection of wild bird foods. &. Feeders etc Bulbs ,bedding plants,herbs hanging baskets etc are stocked in season. Our landscaping team have designed and created many stunning gardens in the area if you require someone to call round & give you a free estimate to transform your garden or lay a new lawn or put up a fence or wall just call in and we arrange a suitable time to call round and discuss your requirments next time your in the area please call in and have a browse around and have a free coffee on us
Go on a slug hunt
Go slug-hunting on damp evenings just before dark and you'll catch hundreds of the slimy critters. Pop them in a jug of water primed with a squirt of washing up liquid (it prevents them crawling out) to send them to a watery end.
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HTA Gift cards & vouchers NOW SOLD & ACCEPTED.
We are pleased to advise that we accept all HTA gift vouchers & also sell HTA gift tokens here at Hill Foot.
So if you are stuck for a gift to a loved one, look no further & treat them to ths great idea for them to spend on there garden.
Plant of the Week: Ornamental grasses
Graceful, elegant and imposing in the garden, grasses are a must-have in the garden. They're the perfect setting for other perennials, then from late summer send up spectacular plumes which add a magical touch to the winter garden when rimed with frost.
They're very low-maintenance, too. Evergreen grasses just need a comb through with your fingers in spring to remove dead thatch: these include Stipa gigantea with graceful oat-like flowerheads and Anemanthele lessoniana which turns orange, yellow and red in autumn. At the same time, prune deciduous types like tall, airy Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' and Deschampsia cespitosa to the ground to give new shoots room to grow.