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Big Tuna - wedding band

Kirkliston, West Lothian

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5/5

17 customer reviews

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14 November 2019

Reasonably priced and staff are friendly

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28 October 2019

Everyone should visit here lovely garden centre

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16 August 2019

Staff are always very helpful and plants reasonably priced. Occasionally something really different or unusual.

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16 August 2019

Fabulous nursery fantastic range of plants & for a wonderful cause keep up the good work

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30 June 2019

Fantastic Nursery go every year, get great selection of plants great cause

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4 June 2019

Good selection of plants for a goof cause.

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1 June 2019

Great nursery. Well oriced healthy stock. Friendly and knowledgeable staff

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25 May 2019

Great value

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8 May 2019

Great value plants and all for a good cause

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8 September 2018

A nursery well worth a visit for a variety of shrubs, bedding plants etc. It's also involved with the Scottish Autism society and employs a number of staff who suffer from this condition and sales of aforementioned items go partially towards funding the society.

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8 July 2018

Great plants helpful staff , keep up the good work will be back soon

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8 July 2018

Well worth a visit. Good variety of plants and an excellent charity

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8 July 2018

A pleasant place

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8 June 2018

Excellent nursery

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8 June 2018

Lovely selection of healthy plants

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8 June 2018

Fantastic local nursery producing many plants and raising funds for Scottish Autism. Veg, bedding, perennials, succulents, alpines and more!

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8 June 2018

Great little nursery selling a lovely selection of healthy plants to raise money for Scottish Autism.

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