February Newsletter 2010

I can’t believe it is February already - only seven weeks until our first shows of the season. As everyone knows this winter has been particularly cold. We have been sowing seeds since December and germinating them on heat benches. Some have been potted and kept in the warm for February sales but now the others are going out into the unheated tunnels. These...

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December Newsletter 2009

Christmas Newsletter 2009               Seasons greetings to you all for both Christmas and the upcoming winter solstice. This edition is full of exotic spices as we all need warming up and drying out. We have a traditionally festive Mulled wine spice. It makes a deliciously spicy red wine beverage that is served...

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October Newsletter 2009

Hello and welcome to October’s newsletter. It’s the end of our season now and all the shows have finished except our local market on Saturdays. Last week we all went for a meal at a local pub where we scoffed plenty of food and drank lots of wine. It’s always a bit sad this time of year when everyone disappears to get on with their lives. Tony and...

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September Newsletter 2009

            Hi and welcome to September’s newsletter. All of a sudden it seems to be autumn. I can’t quite believe how quickly that has happened! We will very soon be emptying out the tunnels for their annual clean up which can be quite mucky and labour intensive. It’s a bit of a wildlife bonanza too as...

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August Newsletter 2009

Hi Everyone and welcome to the August Newsletter. Things are getting a little quieter for us at the nursery now. Most of the salads have finished for the season which means more space and there is now no longer a continuous line waiting to be done. There is a bit less to load into the vans now too, though it doesn’t make much difference as everyone has Popeye...

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