WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Birchgrove Garden Centre, Megapets and Bettertack will remain open during the latest coronavirus lockdown with precautions in place to keep staff and customers safe.
Enjoy a visit to Birchgrove Garden Centre where you will be welcomed by our friendly staff and treated to a vast array of quality plants and products to help you make the most of your outdoor living area.
Megapets is the standalone pet department that offers a huge selection of products for your pets. Dogs, cats, small animals, birds, chickens and pond are all catered for, with some of the top branded products along with a selection of own label products.
The place to visit for everything equine. Relocated within Megapets in 2001, Bettertack offers a wide selection for horse enthusiasts. Hats, boots, jodhpurs, safety wear along with food, supplements, grooming and stable goods are all available.
Knowledgeable staff, great range of products
Set in the heart of south Lincolnshire, Birchgrove Garden Centre is a family business where you are always guaranteed a warm welcome.
From its humble beginnings in 1973, Birchgrove has grown beyond being just a garden centre – although it boasts an impressive range of garden and gardening products – to incorporate a standalone pet and equine section.
All areas of the centre are staffed by knowledgeable teams who can help you make the right decisions on your purchases – whether it’s for your garden, pet or horse.
From the blog
Latest articles from Birchgrove’s blog, featuring help and advice on all aspects of what we do, including gardening, pets and horse care.
There’s nothing quite like the look and smell of a real Christmas tree, so how can you make sure that your tree lasts longer than the first lot of mince pies?
November and December are the perfect time to plant trees and although planting is not a difficult or time consuming job, it’s worth putting in some preparation and getting it right to ensure your young tree survives and thrives.
Joint disease is one of the most common causes of lameness in older horses and ponies.
Dog food has gone fancy with ingredients including a range of vegetables – so what’s the benefits to your dog?
Summer may be fading but autumn is a great time to get out in the garden and plant spring flowering bulbs such as daffodils, crocus and hyacinths.
Better Tack’s top tips on preparing you and your horse for autumn and winter.
Collagen has a number of benefits which can really help to boost the health of dogs.
As we head into the summer months, we suggest a few plants that will enhance any English garden, with scent, colour and texture. All of these are looking at their best and are available to purchase now.
Birchgrove is situated on the B1359 just north of Spalding between the villages of Pinchbeck & Surfleet.
Monday to Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm Sunday and Bank Holidays 10:00am to 4:00pm