Monday, 15 December 2014

Polhill Garden Centre : Xmas Purchases

The weekend just past, I spent Saturday morning browsing around the wonder that is Polhill Garden Centre. It literally is one of my all time favourite places to visit! It takes a good couple of hours to browse around, but the store has everything you could possibly want for a natural or country home.

The centre has a farm shop as part of the garden centre. Above is some of the pickles we brought by Cottage Delight which range between £2 to £4. We also picked up the hugest sack of potatoes I've ever seen in my life... for £4!
I had a tough time deciding what napkins to buy for my dinner table this year ... I nearly went with Emma Bridgewater napkins as well as the tissues (pictured middle). There was such a huge Christmas department full of amazing trees, with a wide variety of themes to decorate your home with.
I brought the set of 3 Madeline Floyd Notebooks, and found some really cute bird themed notecards which were only 99p!
This burnt amber jar (very difficult to photograph by the way!) is so lovely. I'm planning to use it year round, but hide the heart or flip it over.
Polhill stocks a huge range of cookware and dining products. I picked up some Cath Kidston goods (which I can't picture as they are for Christmas!), and I spotted Port Merion too... the Holly & The Ivy set is so divine!
I managed to swipe these cupcake cases for 99p, and the cookie cutter was £1.39.
If you haven't been, I would definitely recommend a trip to Polhill, in Sevenoaks. It is so worth spending a morning browsing as there really is something for everyone ... including a café and ice cream stand which serves the best honeycomb ice cream.
Where do you have to visit every Christmas?
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