Both will focus on adding concessions. Woodlands will also include a storage building and car park. Hodges is also completing the first phase of a redevelopment at Millbrook Garden Centre in Gravesend that will open in March.
The 2,356sq m green belt development, with permission gained by Malcolm Scott Consultants, will include an extension to the shop and coffee shop, a new warehouse, mezzanine office and enclosure of the outside area with a canopy.
Hodges joint managing director Graeme Jones said: "We get a lot of work by word of mouth. People like service. Fifty or 60 per cent of our work is with garden centres now."
Burton-on-Trent-based Hodges first built centres for the Tarbatts at Derby a decade ago. Jones said that led to recommendations to centres including Coolings, Raglan, Ayletts, Blue Diamond Le Friquet and Poplars.