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All 03.05 GARDEN & HOME-GROWING

  • Brogdale Collections

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    Independent non-profit making charitable organisation which aims to promote research in use and appreciation of fruits and other horticultural products. Formed in 1990 to safeguard the long term future of the National Fruit Collections. Brogdale has the largest collection of fruit trees in the world. It is a living gene bank of over 4,000 varieties of apples, pears, plums, cherries, cobnuts, currants and quinces. For a Great Food Day Out in Kent explore the Brogdale Orchards with fields full of fruit including apples, pears, plums, cherries, cobnuts, strawberries and quinces. Experience demonstrations, tastings and displays during our special festivals. Our Tour Guides will entertain you with the historical background to the fruit varieties in season and offer tastings while you explore. Email tours@brogdalecollections.co.uk for more info. Visit The Courtyard Cafe full of delicious homemade cakes and farm produce or stroll around our Plant Centre, ‘Grow’ and Market Place shops which promote a healthy lifestyle along with local Kent crafts and of course the ‘Brogdale Pigs’

  • Thomas Etty Esq

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    Supplier of heritage seeds and bulbs for the period garden. The list includes some 380 vegetable varieties (including over 120 organic varieties) introduced from medieval times up until the 1950s and includes many varieties not offered by other seed houses in Great Britain. It includes such rarities as Purple-podded Pea, Skirret, Nine-star perennial broccoli, Bulls Blood beetroot and Chinese Artichokes.

  • Delfland Nurseries Ltd

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    A leading supplier of organic transplants to commercial growers, certified by the Soil Association. They offer the same high quality plants by mail order for gardens and allotments – all grown and packed on site. Has a massive range of plants includes brassicas, leeks, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, herbs, strawberries, sweetcorn and oriental vegetables. The plants are strong and healthy – big enough to compete with weed seedlings.  Plant size varies with variety but 7.5cm (3 inches) is typical (excluding roots). You can order as few as five plants or buy larger quantities at reduced prices. Full planting instructions are included. Shop tel. 01354 740 284 and see the website for a location map.

  • Caves Folly Nurseries

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    Soil Association

    Caves Folly Nurseries is an Organic nursery with Soil Association certification. We have been growing organically and in peat free composts for over 30 years. We sell plants to the public from our nursery and by mail order. We also sell plants wholesale to retail outlets such as the National Trust, Garden Organic, Natural England and garden centres.

  • Garden Organic

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    Garden Organic is the country’s leading charity for promoting sustainable and organic horticulture and gardening, both here in the UK and overseas. Founded over 50 years ago by Lawrence Hills, a dedicated visionary who was ahead of his time in promoting sustainable organic growing.  Garden Organic supports everyone and anyone with a desire to grow plants in a more sustainable way whether they be commercial growers, community groups or simply families gardening at home or in an allotment. Garden Organic conducts research, campaigns for change and develops practical projects using organic methods to help communities grow in more ways than one.  We not only help people to grow in a way, which protects our environment but also provide positive opportunities for adults and children. Garden Organic also manages and runs Ryton Gardens, ten acres of flagship organic demonstration gardens open to the public all year round.

  • Wiggly Wigglers

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    An online and mail order supplier making The Good Life Easy, Wiggly Wigglers supplies wormeries, composters, home grown birdfood, British flowers as well as wildflowers, vegetable seeds and plots and much more.

  • The Organic Catalogue

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    Soil Association

    The Organic Catalogue have been dedicated to promoting organic growing for more than 50 years, with the original company being formed in 1912. We produce an annual printed Seeds and Supplies catalogue, and everything we sell is available here in our online shop: a great range of seeds, plants, fertilisers, composts, pest controls, weed controls, tools and other gardening supplies. We believe that the best option to protect our food supplies, environment, health and wellbeing is to use organic growing methods. These harness the natural cycles and processes that promote plant growth. Your garden is your own little patch of the world to look after. Most gardens are quite small, but there are 15 million in the UK. Imagine the improvement to the environment if all of these gardens were cared for organically, and how much better it would be for our families, plants and wildlife. Organic growing doesn’t just mean throwing away the chemical weed killers and pesticide sprays. It is more exciting, challenging and satisfying. It is using natural ways to promote a healthy, productive and sustainable growing environment. It involves feeding the soil, encouraging wildlife, and getting creative with nature’s pest and disease controls. It’s not expensive, it’s practical – and it’s good for plants, people and communities.

  • Jekka’s Herb Farm

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    Registered with the Soil Association

    Owned by Chelsea Flower Show gold-medalist, Jekka McVicar, Jekka’s Herb Farm is a leading herb mail order specialist with the largest collection of culinary herbs in the UK. The farm holds Open Days as well as exhibiting at the main RHS Flower shows. Also runs events and courses on herb cultivation and herb garden design. Jekka’s Herbetum, was created in the grounds of Jekka’s Herb Farm in 2013, with the aim to inspire today’s visitor and to ensure that the history, culinary and medicinal usage of herbs are not lost for future generations. This  ‘living encyclopedia of herbs’  is a unique interactive experience for herb and plant lovers of all ages. Displaying the largest collection of culinary herbs in the UK, the Herbetum is not only a wonderful resource for plant identification but also a gastronomic delight for anyone interested in good food. The Herbetum contains over 300 culinary herbs carefully planted in raised beds, enabling visitors to walk amongst not only British native herbs but also the more unusual tropical varieties. The herbs in the Herbetum are all propagated and trialled at Jekka’s Herb Farm, and grown for the British Garden. Visitors are able to purchase from the traditional to the rarer variety of herbs that they have just discovered. The farm now offers groups – gardeners, cooks and herb enthusiasts – the o

  • Potato House

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    SOPA

    Potato House is a new online shop belonging to Skea Organics Ltd, the family-run business in the heart of Scotland which has been supplying potatoes for many years now. The website is dedicated to the gardeners and small passionate growers who are looking for high quality seed potatoes with unique taste and specific characteristics. They offer a wide selection of speciality, heritage and organic seed potatoes. If you visit the shop you can browse through the different varieties to find exactly what are you looking for.

  • Compost Technology Ltd

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    Manufacturers of a 100 per cent organic and peat-free fertiliser called Super Dug Extra. Available for delivery to UK mainland. Also stocks a range of other natural, organic fertilizers.

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