Opening Hours

Garden Centre, Farm Shop and Pet Department

Mon - Sat 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sundays   10.00am - 4.00pm.


Mon - Sat 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sundays   10.00am - 3.30pm.

Please note we closed on Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day (Dec 26th) and New Years Day.
We reserve the right to close early without prior notice due to extreme or adverse weather conditions.

Such closures will be posted on our social media pages.

A note on Car Boot Sales

Baytree does not hold car boot sales, nor have we done for several years. The "Fun Farm" (next door to us) does run boot sales, for details visit:

Please note if you are visiting the Car Boot Sale please park in the Fun Farm car park.

Baytree's Plant Guarantee

We guarantee the free replacement or credit of any container grown hardy plant which dies.
Providing it has been correctly maintained and cared for. The plant should be presented back to us, with proof of purchase, within five years.

We cannot be held responsible for the well being of plants in extreme weather conditions.

The Baytree Plant Centre Pledge.

We pledge to provide the largest range of plants, at the highest possible quality and at the best possible prices. Because we grow most of the plants we sell on our own nursery, we can select only the finest quality from our extensive range and keep the prices keen and fair.

Our qualified and experienced staff will always maintain our exemplary standards of customer service by offering only honest, practical and subjective advice to you, our customers.

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Returns Policy.

Unwanted Goods
Applies to any item in it's original condition, that is no longer required.
Over and above the recommendations of the consumer rights act 2015, we will exchange any item purchased from us that is no longer required. Provided it is returned in it's original condition, with proof of purchase within 14 days of the original purchase date.

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Returns Policy.

Faulty Goods
Applies to any item that is not covered by a manufacturers warranty or guarantee. In compliance with the consumer rights act 2015 we will repair or replace any item deemed not fit for purpose at the time of sale, if returned with proof of purchase within 30 days. If we cannot repair or replace to your satisfaction we will refund the purchase amount via the same transaction method of the original purchase.

Plants see plant guarantee

Baytree and the Environment

We naturally care about the environment and are committed to its' protection, conservation and the education of our customers. We are dedicated to a ten year plan to make our energy supplies 100% renewable with the introduction of wind and solar power over the next few years. We currently capture rain water from 65% of our roof spaces and plan to increase this in the near future. We grow most of the plants we sell, those we don't we try our utmost to source from local suppliers. All the packaging from our plants and dry goods is recycled. All our waste plant matter is composted or mulched. Our plastic plant pots are reused or recycled and all our carrier bags and other shopping packaging materials are biodegradable. Less than 1% of our waste goes to landfill, we're working on that nasty 1%. We actively promote the planting of wildlife friendly plants and the use of wildlife boxes. Our Owl and Wildlife Centre is committed to various wildlife programmes.

Our Commitment.

To become truly carbon neutral with the conversion to 100% renewable energy.
To continue to capture as much rain water as possible.
To recycle and reuse our waste products.
To keep our carbon miles to a minimum through our own production and local sourcing of our plants.
To continue to encourage wildlife planting and homing in our customers gardens.
To educate children of the importance of the environment, its protection and preservation.
Not to use harmful chemicals in our production process and not to allow any hazardous materials to leech into the ground.
To increase our visitors awareness of our eco credentials, therefore encouraging them to be more eco-friendly.

Going Peat Free ?

Just a thought on the peat free compost revolution.

Firstly it should be stated that the mining or removal of vast areas of peat from the ground for whatever purpose is obviously going to have an affect on the ecosystems reliant upon it and as an absorber of carbon dioxide, will inevitably have an effect on global temperatures and therefore is undeniably a contributor to climate change.

The good old British media (or parts of it) were very quick to jump on this issue and to blame the Garden Centre trade for the destruction of the planet, the RHS have declared (under pressure from said press) that they will be peat free by 2025 and has called for the rest of us to follow suit.

But before you condemn us, consider this…

The vast majority of farmed peat is burned for heating and generating electricity, domestically and commercially, but we don’t do that.

Horticulture uses 0.0005% of world peat reserves (data from the International Peat Society). Now that figure on it's own does not excuse us from an impact on climate change, let's be honest we're all contributing to climate change in some way. There is however, more to consider.

The peat we are responsible for is not burnt in to a cloud of planet killing vapour. We (and you) put our peat back in the ground from whence it came. Then we plant stuff in it. The stuff we plant in it grows in to little carbon sucking miracles called plants. If we nurture enough of these little plants, they turn in to bigger plants and every minute of every day they are absorbing more and more nasty carbon from the atmosphere. Pretty cool really, the very substance we are told not to use because we killing the planet is actually helping us to preserve it.

So please, if you're concerned and think that even the tiniest amount of peat used in a "regular" bag of compost is in someway contributing to irreversible climate change, buy peat free compost. But maybe the plants you grow in the old fashioned moisture retaining nutrient rich compost will outweigh the effect of farming the tiny bit of peat it contains.

Food for thought. And there's a thought; you can grow food in it too...

Employment Opportunities

If you would like us to consider you for future job opportunities then please send a covering letter and CV to  

Please note: we do not employ anyone under the age of sixteen.

All applications will be kept on record for six months from receipt. If you wish to be removed from our waiting list before then please inform us via email to the same address above.