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Thank you very much for a rapid delivery!I have had a bad experience with mail ordered plants before, which were not good quality to start with and died within a week of their arrival but this time I was really impressed with the quality of the plants ordered; as the weather was not suitable to plant them, they have been sitting in my garage for three weeks now and they are producing lots of shoots and leaves and look really strong.They are worth every penny! I will definately recommend your nursery as I was so impressed with your service.It's a shame I did'nt find your website before.
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Thank you very much for a rapid delivery!I have had a bad experience with mail ordered plants before, which were not good quality to start with and died within a week of their arrival but this time I was really impressed with the quality of the plants ordered; as the weather was not suitable to plant them, they have been sitting in my garage for three weeks now and they are producing lots of shoots and leaves and look really strong.They are worth every penny! I will definately recommend your nursery as I was so impressed with your service.It's a shame I did'nt find your website before.
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Creeping Into Autumn...

Indeed we are creeping into Autumn, but despite what many say it's not Autumn until the 21st September - just as you can't have an 'Indian Summer' when its still Summer! But the mornings are cooler and, even in the middle of the day, the sun does not have the strength it did - so Autumn is on its way!

In the end what a fantastic growing season it has been, and now we can relax back a little whilst we continue to reap the rewards from our earlier efforts. That said, here at the nursery we are busy on production - producing young vegetable plants and ornamental plants for the Autumn and into next Spring.

In the garden its time to get your Autumn sowings under way. Its also a great time to be planting containerised fruit; the soil is still warm so the plants will establish before the onset of Winter. So relax a little - but not too much!