• Welcome to Tims Garden Centre

    Tim's Garden Centre is a local business which runs in the heart of Campbelltown. Tim’s Garden Centre has 5 qualified horticulturists and most have over 20 years experience in the nursery industry. They know how to fix sick plants and they will give you advice on the safest products to use so you don’t poison your family. Tim’s staff are (CNP’s) Certified Nursery Professionals so the staff are kept up to date with the safest products that control pests but are earth friendly.

Tims Recent Articles

  • Swiss cheese your lawn? - Oct 16, 2014

    Dear Gardening Friends, We had amazing weather this week with snow on the mountains. We didn’t like the cold weather but we did love the rain.During the storm I took a nice photo of a double rainbow over Camden. You don’t often see a double rainbow? Our rose bushes are looking fantastic. They are covered in blooms and buds. Winter is the cheapest time to...

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  • Noses wanted! - Oct 9, 2014

    Dear Gardening Friends, We have had a great response to Arthur’s Big Greek Tomato. This extra large fruiting Greek Tomato tastes delicious. One of Arthur’s Greek friends came in and bought 6 plants so it must be good. We are selling the plants for $4.50 and all money raised is being donated to The African Aids Foundation in Camden. They use the money to provide fencing, seeds and tra...

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  • The Big Greek Tomato - Oct 2, 2014

    Dear Gardening Friends, In February I was having a coffee at the Lebanese Café/Tobacconist opposite Gloria Jeans in Queen St Campbelltown. While I was ordering my coffee I noticed an almost soccer ball sized tomato sitting on the shelf. I enquired about the tomato and Carl told me that Arthur from Kings Charcoal Chicken shop had just given him the tomato. The tomato w...

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  • Do you love the colour purple? - Sep 25, 2014

    Dear Gardening Friends, Our nursery is full of colour at the moment. The African Daisies have arrived! These are sold under various names but they are all Osteospermums. Growers have now bred superior varieties that don’t self seed and become weeds in your garden. They stay more compact too and they flower throughout the warmer months. Once established they can survive on rai...

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  • Pig on Stress leave? - Sep 18, 2014

    Dear Gardening Friends, A beautiful spring day today guys, just makes you want to go outside and plant something. I have been really enjoying watching the various plants in my home garden begin to flower. This week the Clivia’s have burst into bloom. I have the broad leaf Belgium Variety that has the bright orange flowers. They grow best in shade or a morning sun posi...

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Tim's Garden Centre ever-popular pig's uses his milkcrate at the front of Tims Garden Center to have his say on current events.

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