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Welcome to Tubs and Shrubs

Tubs and Shrubs is a family run Nursery Garden Centre known throughout the region for our range of large specimen plants including a fantastic range of the more unusual plants not commonly found elsewhere. ... read on >

New Service for Winter 2008

Interior landscaping which involves the design, arranging, and caring for your plants in an enclosed environment is now available after many requests. Whether you are a company looking at leasing live plants for the first time, or you are an architect working on an interior landscaping design, we can assist you with your interior plantscape objectives. We can also advise you on your plant choice should you wish to purchase and run your own maintenance programme.

Latest Projects

Business with a Bang November 2008

Entrance and interior planting for this high-profile, event to celebrate the first anniversary of the South Tyneside Means Business Forum. This is a wonderful platform for our first interior corporate planting scheme which celebrates doing business in South Tyneside. Sponsored by Siemens, South Tyneside Council, Gladman & South Tyneside College.

Just arrived on the Nursery

Our first winter delivery of Hollies (Ilex) many in berry, all rootballed and Taxis Bacata. Celebrate christmas with a plant that you can decorate but will live for many years. As usual , our cooperage is working hard to keep up with Santa's order for Oak Tubs and Barrels. All are either made or reworked locally in Boldon, South Tyneside.

What to do this month?

This is an ideal time to move or plant many trees and shrubs into new positions and to plant new ones so that they become established before the winter really sets in. Be sure that when you do this the ground is not waterlogged or frozen. read on ...>

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