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Why not take advantage of our 2 for Β£10 evening meal offer during our Thursday and Friday late night opening?

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Why not take advantage of our 2 for Β£10 evening meal offer during our Thursday and Friday late night opening?

#Haskins #HaskinsRestaurant

Its a good time to prune your herbs 🌿

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Its a good time to prune your herbs 🌿

#Haskins #HaskinsHints #garden #gardener #happylife #GYO #spring #Growyourown

Happy Earth Day!

Today is the day to enjoy the great outdoors and be inspired to plant something!

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Happy Earth Day!

Today is the day to enjoy the great outdoors and be inspired to plant something!

#Haskins #Earthday

Some things are worth waiting for 😊 β˜€οΈπŸŒ»πŸŒ·

#Haskins #SeedsofWisdom #garden #gardener #happylife #weekend #spring
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Some things are worth waiting for 😊  β˜€οΈπŸŒ»πŸŒ·

#Haskins #SeedsofWisdom #garden #gardener #happylife #weekend #spring

Some notable hybrid plants have become available recently and the tender hybrid foxlgove 'Digiplexis' is leading the way!

This outstanding hybrid is the result of breeding between Digitalis (Foxglove) and a Digitalis relative from the Canary Islands, Isoplexis. For those new to horticulture, it's possible to breed plants that are in the same family group, often native to different parts of the world, to create something new.

Digiplexis is shrubby and puts on a non-stop show of spectacular spikes of bold raspberry-pink flowers. Clump-forming, these well-branched sterile plants make a vivid impression when massed in a sunny border or patio container. Attractive to butterflies and bees, they also make first-rate cut flowers.

Happy in full sun or partial shade, they thrive on any type of soil so long as it's not too dry. As they are frost sensitive, they will require some protection over the winter, so it's helpful to think of them more as an annual.

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Some notable hybrid plants have become available recently and the tender hybrid foxlgove Digiplexis is leading the way! 

This outstanding hybrid is the result of breeding between Digitalis (Foxglove) and a Digitalis relative from the Canary Islands, Isoplexis. For those new to horticulture, its possible to breed plants that are in the same family group, often native to different parts of the world, to create something new.

Digiplexis is shrubby and puts on a non-stop show of spectacular spikes of bold raspberry-pink flowers. Clump-forming, these well-branched sterile plants make a vivid impression when massed in a sunny border or patio container. Attractive to butterflies and bees, they also make first-rate cut flowers.

Happy in full sun or partial shade, they thrive on any type of soil so long as its not too dry. As they are frost sensitive, they will require some protection over the winter, so its helpful to think of them more as an annual.

#haskins #plantfriday

We've got some Crabtree & Evelyn La Source Hand Therapy to give out to some lucky winners!

All you need to do is like this post and tag your name in the comments section below.

La Source Hand Therapy features a marine blend of anti-oxidant-rich green seaweed extract and red algae to hydrate and restore.

Terms and Conditions Apply. Prize to be collected from you local centre only. Closing date 09:00am 24th April 2017.

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Weve got some Crabtree & Evelyn La Source Hand Therapy to give out to some lucky winners!

All you need to do is like this post and tag your name in the comments section below.

La Source Hand Therapy features a marine blend of anti-oxidant-rich green seaweed extract and red algae to hydrate and restore.

Terms and Conditions Apply. Prize to be collected from you local centre only. Closing date 09:00am 24th April 2017. 

#haskins