An Invasion of Rabbits
As you can see we’ve had an invasion of rabbits! Luckily not the living breathing sort, but attractive garden ornaments to bring a smile to your face. We’ve also now got back in stock birdbaths, slate planters, statues, chickens and ducks. These are all lovely additions to the garden and would make welcome Christmas gifts.
A couple of years ago we stocked locally produced bird cake pillars made with ground corn. I’m pleased to say that Adam, who makes them, has gone back into production with them again, and we have them back in stock. They were really popular when we had them before, both with customers and with our hungry wild birds, and with the weather turning chillier and the nights drawing in, the birds will be grateful for the warming energy boost that these fat pillars offer. They are priced at £9.99 for a pack of 2. We’re also well stocked up with all kinds of bird food to help our feathered friends keep condition over the autumn and winter months that are ahead of us. Remember our bird seed mixes don’t contain corn, so you’ll not get a lot of wastage and mess.
Our first delivery of this Scottish bred and grown variety sold out in record time! More has arrived today, along with some lovely garlicky food items, such as mayonnaise and oatcakes. Our planting garlics are £1.50 per bulb or 3 bulbs for £4. Each bulbs contains on average 5 cloves which are planted individually. You can find full planting instructions on our website here.
New in the Tearoom
Now it’s getting colder we are offering hot jacket potatoes in the tearoom to either sit in, take home or take out into the garden. We still are only able to have limited indoor seating due to social distancing measures, so please be prepared to sit out under the shelter of one of our gazebos. You may want to consider putting on an extra jumper to deal with all this sitting out and outdoor queueing that we have to do at the moment!
We’ve also started to do bacon rolls from 10am – 12pm each day. Perfect to set you up for the day ahead.