Johnstown Garden Centre
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A large, award-winning centre found near Naas, County Kildare, Johnstown Garden Centre was established in 1974. Over the years, the centre has expanded and today it includes plant halls, a cafe and parking. It is fully wheelchair accessible.
John and Elsie Clarke founded the Johnstown Garden Centre in August 1974 on a greenfield site in the quaint ancient village of Johnstown, near Naas, County Kildare. The award-winning centre has been the recipient of many prestigious awards and recognition during the years including Garden Centre of the Year, and a five-star quality award from Horticulture Ireland, the government agency responsible for Irish horticulture.
In 2005, the Garden Centre moved to a new site, which is six times bigger than the original one. It features very extensive plant halls, a bright airy shopping environment, café, and very extensive car and coach parking.
The Centre has continued to expand, most recently in 2013 and 2104 and now comprises Ireland's largest plant selection and Garden Store in a bright airy modern shopping environment, a 200 seat café and Café Gardens and very extensive car and coach parking.
The entire Garden Centre is fully wheelchair accessible, with special parking bays and toilet facilities.