The Greenhouse at Emmaus

Garden centre with a difference

The Greenhouse, in Drove Road Portslade, an inspirational new community garden project from Brighton charity Emmaus, was opened this week by Mayor of Brighton & Hove Councillor Bill Randall. This garden centre with a difference is a culmination of nine  months of hard work by project manager Rachael Woodgate and her team of Emmaus Companions and volunteers.

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The Greenhouse at Emmaus

The Greenhouse at Emmaus

Fun with recycling

The greenhouse is an extraordinary place where a love of gardening and a creative imagination meet to inspire people to have fun with recycling and look at their outdoor space in a brand new way. Whether it’s a patio, garden, conservatory, balcony, terrace, allotment or window box, the greenhouse is packed with blooming good ideas to bring both indoor and outdoor spaces to life by offering stunning hand-crafted planters made from people’s discarded or unwanted items.

The Greenhouse at Emmaus

The Greenhouse at Emmaus

Bargains in second-hand items

Greenhouse customers can also enjoy an unrivalled selection of bargain priced second-hand gardening books, tools, as well as garden and conservatory furniture. There are also a variety of seasonal plants, vegetable seedlings, nursery shrubs, and container displays available at very affordable prices.

The Greenhouse at Emmaus

The Greenhouse at Emmaus

 

 

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  • Fabulous! All of your hard work has paid off. Good luck with the greenhouse this spring and summer!

    By Kathleen Squince (26/03/2013)

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