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Reopening soon

The polytunnel crops are looking well and we look forward to reopening in a couple of weeks so watch this space.

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Spring is on the way

We’ve sown our first batch of broad beans in the polytunnel and they are coming up nicely with the lengthening days; our furry friends the field mice have had a few, they recognise a good source of protein when they see one!

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Come and choose your Xmas tree

It’s been a busy weekend with people choosing their trees, either tagging them for cutting later in the month or deciding to take them home straightaway.

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Autumn Squashes

We’ve brought in our Crown Prince squashes and they are sitting in the polytunnel enjoying the last days of summer sunshine  which will help them cure and ripen.

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Enjoy the summer fruit and vegetables before they fade …

We still have lots of cherry tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, courgettes and sweetcorn.  The raspberries are plentiful too.  Ask us for a September price list and check out special offers on our Facebook page.

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Veg Update

The weather has been kind and the summer crops are doing well.  We have lots of sugar snap peas, courgettes and basil as well as a good selection of greens, salads and herbs.  For an updated June price list please get in touch.

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Christmas Trees in Their Summer Finery

A bit unseasonal but the Christmas Trees are looking resplendent in their summer foliage at this time of year.  More topically the list of summer veg available is getting longer and we are starting to pick sugar snap peas, courgettes and basil.  Contact us for an up to date price list.

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Some veggies and salads now ready

We now have a limited range of vegetables and salads ready.  Phone or email for details.

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Thank goodness for polytunnels

A really cold spring but glad of the polytunnels.  Beetroot and spinach are planted and the carrots are coming up.  Been pruning the Xmas trees and pleased to say we still have all our fingers.

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Spring is on the way

We have sown some peas and broad beans and the garlic is coming up in the tunnel.  The dry weather is enabling us to get on with ploughing and cultivating.

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