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Welcome to this week's newsletter

Autumn has truly arrived, with schools buzzing back to life and days shortening. What better time then to learn a new skill? Over the next few weeks we have a very exciting range of Spanish, Print Making and Herbal remedy classes (see below for more details)

Autumn is of course bulb planting time and you'll find all your favourites in stock right now, plus some unusual varieties. Get them in early if you can as the roots will start growing in the damp warm soil and be well established by the spring for putting on a fantastic display.

As usual you'll find lots of plants for bringing colour to your garden and containers. See some of our favourites below.

Hope to see you soon


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Mini Cyclamen
Lovely for adding colour to pots. Attractive flowers and leaves.

Japanese Anemone
Easily grown hardy perennial. Good in shade. Spreading habit.

Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'
Brings sunshine to autumn borders. Good in damp soil

Penstemon 'Garnet'
Ruby red foxglove like flowers for weeks in late summer & autumn

Hypericum Magical Series
Hardy shrub with small yellow flowers and colourful autumn fruits

Warm yellow, orange or red flowers over sheaves of sword-like leaves 


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