One of the delights of social media is that it’s quite easy to incorporate information from one place into another. Our vegetable production arm has its own web site which is all about Organic Vegetables in East Sussex. It has its own blog that updates the details of what’s available when with information about what… Read More »
One of our fellow stall holders there is a nice man called David Stechler who runs the Lewes Smokehouse and he’ll shortly be running a DIY course in smoking food on 17th November at another neighbour of ours the famous High Weald Dairy. Here are the details. If you’re interested contact David as explained below. If you go let me know how you get on.
Well it’s been a long week at the show and I’ve not been able to do much blogging because we’ve been so busy on the stands adding people on their lemon trees,handing out free feed and selling lots,of kaffir limes and chillies. However one of the things that really interests is what the keynote theme… Read More »
We’re creating a living meadow for our main stand at #RHSHampton. This account is written by our Guest Blogger Emily Rae who is our Marketing Director
Progress up date on our company’s Grow Your Own Stand at Hampton Court. Tells about how the stand will include turmeric, ginger, and curry leaf plants
I’ve finally discovered how to embed the Amazon Feedback page into the site so in a spirit of modest pride I thought I’d share it with you here. We take our customers needs seriously and if there’s a problem we’re pretty quick to sort it out as some of the kind comments show. We’ve always found that you can have all the marketing you like but if you don’t look after the customers pretty soon you won’t have a business.
Update on the Fletching Glasshouses rainwater harvesting project
In order to help you keep up to date with what’s available we’re going to offer you a newsletter. It will come out every month and will have a section on News, a section on topical tips and a section on special offers.
We’ve also given you the opportunity to tell us what specific areas you’re interested in so that occasionally we may send out a specific, topic related email.
For most products we have decided to hold prices at the current levels during January to allow customers to buy their gardening equipment at the start of the year. This means that there will be no change in the price of wolf tools and most of the soil testing equipment.
I know this is only of general interest for those of you gardening at home, but it’s fascinating to me how quickly the mainstream world is moving in the direction of environmental awareness and behaviour. As I may have mentioned before, I spent most of the last winter interviewing professional growers about their workforce practices.… Read More »