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Starting a flower farm

Starting a flower farm

Rather than a full how to Manuel this is more of a diary of my experiences. A bit less formal with all my success’s and failure’s in all their glory. A bit of history I have gardened for most of my life, starting when I was just a little girl. I remember...
Prickly Flowers

Prickly Flowers

Our micro farm is a diverse environment. As part of our closed loop systems we grow outside as well. We grow pot plants available retail and wholesale and we have our cut flower field. We grow spectacular and unusual flowers with heavenly scent for florists and the...
Elephant garlic

Elephant garlic

The giant yet mild clove has been an instant hit, catching the attention of passers by at every event we have attended. I thought I would write this blog to answer some of the questions we are regularly asked. So: Question: Is it real? (accompanied with a look of...
Gardening questions answered January

Gardening questions answered January

Each month we will try to answer a few of the top gardening questions. We are planning on including as much information as possible but if you want to contact us to ask us a question or request further info please feel free, we will do our best to help. You can use...
Closed Loop Systems

Closed Loop Systems

I just wanted to pop on a post about this as its a vital part of everything we do on the farm. A fairly complicated title for something that’s actually completely logical and fairly simple to put into action. So a closed loop system is officially put as a...
Prickly Veg

Prickly Veg

Our Veg selection. Growing aquaponically gives us the opportunity to grow something a bit different for our customers. We have carefully selected varieties which have a full flavour and wide range of uses. Organically grown and high quality veg. Turn up the heat...
Prickly Plants

Prickly Plants

So we have an amazing farm which produces beautiful vegetables, mushrooms and of course fish. We have a lovely flower farm for all your British flower needs. But we also grow perennials and we have a soft spot for prickly plants, the hint is in the name. We are...