As the snowdrops begin to emerge from the ground, scented shrubs are about to flourish and Hellebores begin to brighten shady parts of the garden. Also in reality January is a time to protect your garden against frosts, gale-force winds and heavy rain. Check stakes, ties, fleeces and other supports for damage and consider moving…

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Our huge selection of potted and sawn Norwegian Spruce and Nordmann Fir Christmas trees will be available from late November at the Nursery. We also have a selection of wreaths made by our staff , garden related gifts and Christmas tree stands. 🎄 FREE  🎄 Purdy’s tea room Drink voucher – Free Purdy’s drink voucher when you…

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What to do in your garden in June In every corner of the garden, flowers seem to be appearing every day; becoming more bountiful as we reach Midsummer’s Day. It is a bountiful, yet busy time of year in the garden. Every spare minute is filled with deadheading, keeping on top of weeds and slug…

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November is the perfect time to put the garden in order for winter. Clearing the last of the fallen leaves, planting tulips and composting the last of the summer borders. Winter is looming – Leaves are falling rapidly, and wind and rain are on the increase. Move plants into the greenhouse, or into a sheltered…

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We were extremely proud to be invited to the Sandringham Flower Show with our design featuring in the Royal Garden in the main marquee. We were given a bare plot and less than a week to showcase the talents we have at the Nursery.  We rose to the challenge and created our ‘Great Storm of 1987’ themed garden –…

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Check clematis for signs of clematis wilt Care for houseplant while on holiday Water tubs and new plants if dry, but be water-wise Deadhead bedding plants and repeat-flowering perennials, to ensure continuous flowering Pick courgettes before they become marrows Treat apple scab Clear algae, blanket weeds and debris from ponds, and keep them topped up…

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We raised £3060 from our garden show this weekend (split between our two chosen charities – SSAFA (£1530 and The Aylsham Roman Project £1530). The winners of the garden show are still to be announced. Thank you to all the stall holders, garden designers, and Pudy’s Tea Room and Nursery staff, and of course all…

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All our ingredients are locally sourced where possible so that we can provide our customers with the freshest quality produce. Our meat, cheese, fruit and vegetables are purchased from around Norfolk. Our bread is baked late in the night and is delivered to us in the early hours ensuring we have the freshest tasting bread…

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