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    Rose Hip Syrup Recipe

    Ingredients

    • 4 bs (2kg) Cluster Colourama or Trailblazer rose hips
    • 5 pints (3l) water
    • 2 lbs (2kg) sugar

    Method

    • Put halved rose hips into a large preserving pan with sufficient cold water to cover, bring to boil and simmer until the hips are soft.
    • Strain through a piece of muslin or a scalded jelly bag. Don't be tempted to squeeze the liquid out of the fruit as this will cause the syrup to become cloudy.
    • When all the liquid has passed through the bag, put it into a clean pan, bring to the boil and reduce it to about 2½ pints (1.5l).
    • Then add sugar to taste. When the sugar has dissolved, leave the syrup to cool slightly.
    • Pour into clean screw-top bottles.
    • Store in a cool cupboard. Refrigerate bottles once opened.

    One tablespoon night and morning can ward off winter ills and chills. Rose hip syrup also makes a delicious drink if diluted with sparkling mineral water or soda water, or try drizzling it over ice cream.


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    Cluster Colourama Hedging

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    An easy-to-grow hedging plant that will give you barbed wire security without ugly barbed wire. Pretty pink and white flowers are followed by edible hips.
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    Supplied as bare root plants approximately 12-18" (30-45 cm) in height including roots.

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    Trailblazer Hedging

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    Trailblazer makes a sensational true Rose Hedge that thrives in all soils where weeds grow, and looks amazing. Best of all, the prickles keep burglars (and children!) out!
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    Supplied as bare root plants approximately 12-18" (30-45 cm) in height including roots.

    More information about Trailblazer Hedging

    From £0.80 to £1.40
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    Cluster Colourama Hedging


    From £0.90 to £1.50
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    Trailblazer Hedging