Caption: Chatsworth House
Caption: 'From Darkness to Light' Garden
A big Thank You to all our existing and new customers who called to say hello and order more compost. An opportunity to see and feel our new, no feed ‘Wool Compost for Tomatoes’ and a fine display of tomatoes it has grown this year! Here’s a roundup of our highlights...
…… listening to Martin Fish at the Dig In Theatre sharing his experience on getting started with growing fruit and vegetables. A writer, RHS judge and passionate about organic growing, Martin has been using Dalefoot Composts for a number of years. Visit Martin's website: www.martinfish.com
…… watching families get their hands into our Wool Compost potting strawberries with RHS Master Grower – Pennard Plants
….. being inspired by the show garden designed by Lyn Heslop ‘From darkness to Light’ depicting her incredible journey following her diagnosis of cancer - dewberryhorticulture.com
…… intrigued by Silver Gilt medal winners, Hogarth Hostas' very personal display of their National Collection of Small and Miniature Hostas flourishing in pots of Dalefoot Compost. We are very tempted to start our own collection! - www.hogarth-hostas.co.uk
……Gold medal winners Kevock Garden Plants' display of alpine, bog and woodland plants drew a very appreciative audience including Laura and Robin - www.kevockgarden.co.uk
Join us at our next show – Woburn Abbey or we will see you at our RHS Hampton Court Stand where we will be talking peat free organic gardening and why it’s so important to make the change from peat-based products.