top of page
Search

We are recovering from the floods...

Our nursery and garden was under 3 feet of water in October 2023, but only for 3 days. Sadly, we were hit again, far more seriously, in the extended flooding of the Trent Valley in December 2023. We probably lost 25% of our stock (anything below 5 feet) as water that deep covered our nursery for over 2 weeks. Most frustratingly we couldn't get down there to check on our plants and seed trays.

The good news is that after a tireless six-weeks we are about to open for business in our online shop - 7 varieties are now on sale and 11 more (including Yellow Rattle) will be available from 14th April.

We have taken a hit on certain varieties, but they will come 'back on line' in May and June.

Enjoy browsing, and don't forget our offer codes (explained at the start of the SHOP page).

Ed


43 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Why our nursery isn't open to the public...

This is a very common question from customers, both at our shows on online. The answer may be of interest to some so I've included it here. Reason 1 is economics - it's hugely expensive to maintain an

I CAN'T YET SEE MY WILDFLOWERS!

We talk to more than 100 people a week, through our shows, residential and commercial visits, and online communications. One very common anxiety amongst customers is that they cannot yet see wildflowe

Comentarios


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page