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Dear Victoriana Team, After a long wait my Samphire plants have finally arrived and I am so impressed I immediately wanted to order some more. Oh and by the way, thank you for packing all of your plants so well. Even though it is quite frustrating to sieve through all the shredded newspaper and then trying to dispose of it with bits blowing all over the place(especially with bigger plants), your system really works and seems to be the best way of protecting the plants. I have had some bad experience with other garden centres before and actually vowed never to buy plants online again, yet you have really managed to convince me that it can be quite safe. Thank you very much.
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Dear Victoriana Team, After a long wait my Samphire plants have finally arrived and I am so impressed I immediately wanted to order some more. Oh and by the way, thank you for packing all of your plants so well. Even though it is quite frustrating to sieve through all the shredded newspaper and then trying to dispose of it with bits blowing all over the place(especially with bigger plants), your system really works and seems to be the best way of protecting the plants. I have had some bad experience with other garden centres before and actually vowed never to buy plants online again, yet you have really managed to convince me that it can be quite safe. Thank you very much.
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Some Welcome Sunshine!

So the less said about February the better! Those first few days of promising sun gave way to snow, then yet more snow and then rain and cold - making what wasn't a too bad a Winter into a really long one.

Well, thankfully March has arrived with bright sunshine - and lets hope it stays. Here on the nursery we have much to do, and every dry day is not so much a bonus as an essential - it's also nice to see improved light conditions as it has been a bit of a struggle on the propagating front as well.

So much is going on on the nursery we don't know where to start (and probably watching the video above will give a better insight) - but similarly for gardeners all over the UK things should be the same with not knowing what to do next; to try and make things clearer, we'd simply say follow what we're doing! So get on with your bare root fruit and hedging planting outside, whilst propagating like mad inside - simple!

So March really is a month where we have so much to do and so little time - so we better stop writing this and go and get on! But on a final point, if you're a 'Twitter person', do come and find us @Victoriana_NG as we Tweet regularly - and occasionally about what we're doing and what's going on at the nursery!