01959 534386

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Main Road, Knockholt, Kent, TN14 7LJ

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Sunday: 10am – 4.30pm

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Coolings Green & Pleasant
Main Road, Knockholt, Kent, TN14 7LJ
01959 534386 | site@coolingsgreenandpleasant.co.uk

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The Cooling family have been growing and selling plants for over 100 years, so you can be sure you’ll find only the best plants and advice for your garden here at Coolings Green & Pleasant. Each week we select a beautiful range of colourful garden favourites from our Nursery, just 1¼ miles away on Rushmore Hill, Knockholt.

Whether you’re a seasoned plant enthusiast or just starting out with your first garden, our friendly team are here to help you select the perfect plants to suit your garden. From an informal cottage garden to a contemporary courtyard, a grow-your-own kitchen garden to a haven for wildlife, patio pots to bold architectural planting statements, let our seasonal selections inspire you. Together with a great selection of pots, ornaments, stoneware, wall art, garden mirrors, bird baths and tables, and of course our fabulous garden furniture and barbecue ranges, we’ve everything you need to make a fabulous outdoor living space, whatever your garden style.

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From Our Blog


Written by: Jess Cooling | Saturday 7th April 2018

Grow Your Own Herbs

Our children may not have seen Michael Bond’s BBC TV series “The Herbs”,
but many of us have very fond memories of this delightful programme. The programme introduced us to characters like Parsley the Lion, Dill the Dog, and Sir Basil and Lady Rosemary.  These all represented herbs that are delicious and easy to grow - an ideal introduction to gardening for children.

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Written by: Carol Cooling | Thursday 1st September 2016

Hedgerows

Hedgerows provide a characteristic patchwork in Britain’s landscape, they are a symbol of our countryside heritage. Hedgerows support a diverse range of native plants and animals including birds, insects, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, which find food and seek shelter in them. These wildlife communities thrive in the hedgerow environment.

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