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To all the team I have just had a call from my Aunt who received your Golden Wedding rose yesterday. She was thrilled with it, and said it arrived beautifully wrapped and in perfect condition. Thank you so much for taking such care with this gift, and I look forward to dealing with you again in the future.
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Brussels Sprout Plants

Brussels Sprouts are not just for Christmas but are a delicious crop that can be eaten all through the autumn and winter.  We offer young plants which we grow here at the nursery and send them direct to you (throughout the whole of the UK) minimising their transit time. If it's not the right time of year to plant them out when you order them don't worry, we'll send them to you when it is.  Remember not to be in a rush to grow sprouts; they are a slow-growing crop, but definitely worth the wait. More...

There are so many recipes for cooking Brussels Sprouts now that you would be hard pushed to find someone who didn't like them cooked one way!  We prefer to call them baby cabbages in our house (and the reds are our favourites).

Like so many vegetables they are packed full of vitamins and goodness so why not grow your own?

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