The Chelsea Gardener's new garden centre site in Fulham is due to open on March 14.

The Fulham Palace Garden Centre site has been empty since August 2014 when owners the Prince's Trust decided to close the centre.

Fulham Palace Garden Centre
Fulham Palace Garden Centre

The Chelsea Gardener site is to remain open, with Fulham Palace being a second site, said business representatives.

Work by new owners Bypass Nurseries, who also run The Chelsea Gardener in Chelsea's Sydney Street, is now underway refurbishing the building on Fulham Palace Road.

The company said they were recruiting a new team for the centre and asking locals what they want stocked.

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