Need some new garden supplies? All the shops are shut? Online garden centres to the rescue!
We all know the importance about getting outside, particularly now you're spending more time at home. So with the stricter controls coming into effect, it's time to get out in the garden.
While your usual garden centre may have closed its doors, online garden centres remain open meaning you can still get your hands on everything you need to achieve your garden dreams.
Whether you're a seasoned gardener or are just starting your first foray into the garden, we have rounded up the best companies to get everything you need delivered straight to your home. For more garden bargains, check out our garden furniture sales page, too.
The best places to buy seeds
There's nothing more exciting that seeing the first seedling poking its heads through the soil and with spring on its way now is the time to plant them. It is also a great project for the kids while they are out of school. We've rounded up the best online stores to help you to get your garden started!
Suttons have a whole host of seeds available from vegetables to border flowers. If you sign up to their email newsletter, you will have access to exclusive deals including discounts of up to 80%, free P&P weekends and bumper plant collections.View Deal
Thompson & Morgan | Get 10% off your first order
Supplying seeds for more than 160 years, Thompson and Morgan is a market-leader in seeds and are one of the few UK seed companies to run a dedicated flower-breeding programme. They also offer a 100% Quality Satisfaction Guarantee, offering a full refund if you think you've grown better.View Deal
Wilko | Excellent value and high reviews
While it might not be your first thought for garden supplies. Wilko has a wide variety of seeds and bulbs from vegetables, fruits and flowers – all with great reviews. Prices start from as little as 25p for lettuce, beetroot and radish seeds, so you really have no excuse to not start that vegetable plot!View Deal
The best place to buy plants
For an instant burst of colour and character in your garden, bedding plants are the way to go and are the favoured way for many gardeners. You can buy these plants through an online garden centre, just as you would in-store and with lots of gaurentees available you don't have to worry about them getting damaged in transit.
Suttons are currently doing a buy one get on free for selected packs of bedding plants starting at just 55p. If you sign up to their email newsletter, you will have access to exclusive deals including discounts of up to 80%, free P&P weekends and bumper plant collections.View Deal
Robert Dyas | 1/3 off garden supplies
Though their stores may be temporarily closed, Robert Dyas still have a lot of garden supplies ready for delivery online. From greenhouses to mowers, they have everything you need to whip your garden into shape. Robert Dyas are currently running up to 1/3 off gardening equipment in their sale, meaning you can get some great bargains including £40 off a pressure washer and £80 off a greenhouse. You can also get free delivery with orders over £50.View Deal
The best places to buy gardening tools
Whether you're planning on pruning your hedges, digging new borders or just planting some flowers, you need to make sure you've got the right tools for the job. If you're in need of a new shovel or secateurs then these online garden centres offer some of the best.
You can get pretty much anything on Amazon including gardening equipment, accessories and supplies. Order small or large quantities of compost from your favourite brands including Westland and Levington. They also offer a wide variety of garden furniture and BBQs allowing you to enjoy the outside even while isolating.
While you usually guarantee next day delivery with prime, it's worth noting that there are slight delays. However, delivery is still free for prime members!View Deal
Waitrose Garden | Seeds, fruit plants, soil and tools
As well as a wide range of seeds, bulbs and plants, Garden by Waitrose & Partners also has every tool imaginable. If you want to make your garden more sustainable, you can also get a water butt, ideal for keeping your garden looking lush. Then treat yourself to some new garden furniture so you can make the most of your outdoor space. Plus you can get everything you need in one order from Garden by Waitrose & Partners.View Deal
The best place to buy garden accessories and structures
Harrod Horticultural | 10% off raised beds, obelisks and fruit cages
Harrod Horticultural have everything you need to supporting your budding garden with raised beds, obelisks and fruit cages. Also if you review your purchase on their website, you'll be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a £20 voucher. View Deal
You Garden | Update your garden even if you aren't green fingered
When it comes to giving your garden an update you don't have to be green-fingered, YouGarden has a wide range of furniture and accessories to help you make the most of your outdoor space. Plus they have loads of ways to help you make your garden more wildlife friendly, with bird nesting boxes, ladybird towers and hedgehog house.View Deal
Garden Trading | 20% off selected garden furniture & plant supports and accessories
With a wide range of supplies to help you to update your outdoor space. From pots to furniture, you can get everything you need to will you enjoying your garden in no time. Plus get 20% off the summer edit
Garden looking a bit sorry for itself? This Easter we'll be bringing you everything you need to transform it with our amazing Great Garden Weekender, which runs from April 10th–13th.
We'll have the best prices on garden furniture, lawnmowers, sheds and barbecues, as well as easy step-by-step guides to help you finally paint your decking, clean your patio or plant that veg.