Nearby roads in St. Mellons in Cardiff have reopened this morning after firefighters worked overnight to tackle a large fire at Blooms garden centre.
The cause of the fire is not known and a full investigation is underway.
Around 30% of the garden centre is said to have been saved.
Situated on the A48 between Cardiff and Newport, Cardiff (Blooms) Garden Centre opened in the 1970s.
Last week, the centre opened its annual Christmas grotto and Winter Wonderland.
One appliance is damping down at the scene of the overnight fire at a garden centre in Cardiff.
Residents, who were evacuated, have returned to their homes after the blaze at Blooms in St Mellons.
Firefighters say there were a number of small explosions during the fire but there are no casualties reported.
An investigation is underway into the cause of the fire.
These dramatic pictures show the task in hand for firefighters tackling a large fire at Blooms Garden Centre in Cardiff.
Police are warning people to stay away from the site.
Emergency Services are still dealing with a large fire at Blooms Garden Centre on Newport Road in Cardiff.
Houses near the garden centre have been evacuated and the roads surrounding the premises have been closed for safety reasons.
Police have advised people in this area to to ensure their windows are closed and not to go near the blaze.
The Blooms Garden Centre in the St Mellons area of Cardiff is on fire. This photograph shows the extent on the blaze. Police have advised residents to stay away from the area. Some houses are being evacuated.
Eight fire engines are in attendance.
Emergency Services are dealing with a "large fire" at Blooms Garden Centre on Newport Road in Cardiff.
Houses in close proximity are being evacuated and the roads surrounding the premises are being closed for safety reasons.
Police have advised members of the public in the area to ensure windows are closed and to avoid the area.