With springtime upon us and better weather on the horizon, people across Clydebank will be looking to sort out their gardens ahead of the summer months.

To make sure we have everything we need, many of us will opt to make a day of going to one of the many garden centres near West Dunbartonshire.

If you're looking to gather some garden supplies while enjoying a tea or coffee, look no further.

The best garden centres with cafes near Clydebank you can visit this spring and summer

Clydebank Post: Garden centres are great to visit in the spring and summer months.Garden centres are great to visit in the spring and summer months. (Image: Getty)

Here are the best garden centres with cafes you can visit near Clydebank this spring and summer, according to customers on Google Reviews.

Caulders Garden Centre Erskine

Location: Caulders Centre Erskine, Erskine Bridge, Bishopton PA7 5PU

Rating: 4.3/5 out of 1.2k reviews

One reviewer said: "Excellent garden centre. Lots of choice and all the plants are well looked after. They were all being watered as I was walking around. Excellent selection of Japanese Acer trees."

Another said: "Disability friendly. This is a great place for a wee run out of the city for a few hours. Even if you don't have a garden. The food is amazing especially there cajun chicken pasta dish. Toilets are clean staff are friendly."

Dobbies Garden Centre Braehead

Location: 75 Kings Inch Dr, Renfrew, Glasgow G51 4FB

Rating: 3.9/5 out of 614 reviews

One reviewer said: "I love the coffee shop! Delicious cakes, friendly staff, and the older lady who cleaned my table left it spotless! 😀 Perfect day out!"

Dobbies Garden Centre Milngavie

Location: Boclair Rd, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 6EP

Rating: 3.9/5 out of 698 reviews

One reviewer said: "Great place to visit. Plenty of gardening products at reasonable prices. Staff were absolutely amazing. Fantastic food as well. Well Worth A Visit."

Another said: "In for a wee wander about. Had coffee and cake and headed onto B&Q afterwards. The Lemon Cake was sublime."