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Last Couple of Days to Grab a bargain in our Wiggly Winter Sale!

OFFERS END MIDNIGHT ON SUNDAY (19TH JANUARY!) VIEW OUR FULL SALE RANGE HERE 50% OFF ALL Clearance Products Choose from a fantastic range of bits and bobs, including Bird boxes, Feeders, Garden Tools, Books and So much more - All HALF PRICE! £10 off our Urbalive Worm Composter Kits - NOW £149.95 - WAS £159.95! Everything you'll need to start Worm Composting! Available in Lime and Stone! £10 off our Bokashi Organico Kits - NOW £99 - WAS £109! Everything you'll need to start Bokashi kitchen Composting! £5 off our Wormery Rescue Kits - NOW £34.95 - WAS £39.95!

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We LOVE Live Food

Live foods are absolutely best for garden birds to feed their young. Lots of different species of birds love mealworms. House sparrows are often first to the tray, but you can expect robins, wrens, blackbirds and tits to be queuing up for their daily treat. Live food should be fed all year round. With our changing weather patterns, insects are often in short supply, so having a stock of live food in your fridge or garage (or shed) can be a life-saver for both parents and fledglings. Best for Beginners Start with Live Mealworms - they're easy to deal with,...

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#grownnotflown Seasonal Arrangements from The Great British Florist - 13th January 2020

All our fresh flower arrangements are over on our sister site The Great British Florist

Our cutting patch supplies many of our blooms here on the farm and we use a network of other British flower farmers which deliver direct into our farm floristry. We design and put together each individual posy from the mix of seasonal scented flowers which are then despatched via courier on a next day delivery service. We despatch Monday – Thursday so deliveries are between Tuesday and Friday to ensure your flowers are always fresh.

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Feeding your Garden Birds this January

The birdfood you’ll find in this month’s Birdy Box is specifically designed to support the most garden birds at this time of year. At this time of year as well as our resident breeding birds we are joined by migrants from Scandinavia, Russia and Continental Europe. In particular look out for Robins, Chaffinches, Bramblings, Goldfinches, Bullfinches, Blue Tits, Long-tailed Tits, Coal Tits, Nuthatches, Blackbirds, and if you are very lucky Fieldfares, Waxwings, Dunnocks, and Goldcrests. To maximise the support you offer your garden birds and indeed to attract the most species follow these three key tips:  1: Put food out...

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