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Category Archives: British seasonal food

Deterring Grey Squirrels

What’s the problem? If you are lucky enough to have the native Red Squirrel, Sciurus vulgaris, in your garden, and…

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Cherry on top

You might notice that there’s a foodie theme in my blog posts. This one’s about English cherries and oh my…

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British Seasonal Food

We recently had an interesting question posted by Ross Boardman in the Wiggly Wigglers Facebook Group. I’m trying to come…

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    Unfortunately we are currently out of live mealworms and mini mealworms due to a national shortage. We are expecting this to last for at least..

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    Signup for our Birdy Box in the next few days and you’ll receive ; Wiggly Seed Extra Sultanas Finch Energy Dried Mealworms Sunflower Hearts..

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    Introducing the Bouquet of the Week for 18th June 2018! Each week we have a different arrangement of Fresh, Scented and truly Stunning Flowers..

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