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Perfect for the summer months, our favourite fragrance from Yankee Candle company this month is Coconut Splash.
Smooth and refreshing, this candle has just a touch of natural, tropical sweetness.
Available in Ferndown and Roundstone now.
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Tiff Emslie 😍
Roxy Opas 🥰
Daniel Lampard One of your favs!
Help your pumpkins and squashes ripen in time by removing excess leaves to let the sunshine in ☀️☀️☀️
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Join Dr Manos Kanellos, Plant physiologist for an Orchid clinic, talk and repotting demonstration.
There will be an orchid Clinic after the talk so bring along your Orchid for an MOT!
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Whether it's architectural leaves, exotic tropicals or desk friendly succulents, our Houseplants will turn any house into a home
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Summer always gives me butterflies! 😊🌻🌼🌸🌺
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If you're visiting our centre's this week, you'll see that we're getting ready for our Annual Bulb Market!
With over 250 varieties to choose from, as well as a showcase of rare and unusual bulbs, we've got everything you need to create an amazing display for next spring.
We're also supporting British growers this year, with lots of varieties on sale that are UK-grown 🇬🇧🌷🌷🌷
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Which of our gourmet scones has been your favourite so far?
Remember the luscious Lemon Drizzle? Or perhaps the cheeky Cheese and Bacon? How about the aromatic Apple & Cinnamon or rich Red Leicester & Spring Onion??
Let us know in the comments section below and the winner will be served in September! ⬇️⬇️⬇️
Don't forget that our new Olive and Feta is still available throughout August 😋
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The cheese and bacon was the most delicious scone flavour I’d ever tasted... I miss them everyday... 😩
Just arrived home from Haskins after having my favourite fruit scone there (didn't have room for the olive and feta that I would have liked to have tried also, as they are so large! )
How about some flavours in Gluten free? Love the idea of apple and cinnamon yum 😋
Apple and cinnamon.....just the best. Can you please do these for Christmas 💗
Lemon drizzle. Served with lemon curd and clotted cream! But my ultimate is cheese scone with jam and cream ( dont knock it till you've tried it ..... it works!)
I missed the apple and cinnamon and that's my favourite flavour for pretty much everything ❤
Ooohh we were there on Saturday for a Cream Tea as a Birthday treat - I didnt see the Apple & Cinnamon Scones at all otherwise would definitely have had that one. Really miss the Apricot Scones! Please bring them back ;)
Bring back orange and chocolate chips please!!
Come on gluten free versions please
Lemon drizzle!! Yum!
Cheese and bacon
All of them xx
Just any scone would be awesome!!!
Lemon drizzle xxx
apple and cinnamon
Lemon drizzle with lemon curd....lush
Didn't get to try the lemon drizzle, but the red Leicester and spring onion was hard to beat.
Lemon drizzle. Please bring it back!
Cheese and bacon 😋
Cheese and bacon for me as it makes me feel like I'm having quiche as I can't eat eggs.
Cheese all the way!
Holly Jenna Walsh
Your pizzas are hard to beat mind!!
Well known for their medicinal properties, Echinacea's showy flowers bloom from early to late summer and are perfect for informal, cottage and wildlife gardens.
The long lasting flowers with their slightly backward pointing petals are both highly ornamental and excellent for beneficial insects. Planted in drifts, these plants really come into their own, attracting butterflies, bees and hoverflies.
Their name is derived from the Greek word 'ekhinos', meaning "hedgehog," due to the spiny central cone in the middle of the flower but they originate in eastern and central North America, where they grow in moist to dry prairies and open wooded areas.
Recent hybridisation programs have also expanded the colour palette from pinks and whites to yellows and orange-reds meaning that there's even more reason to enjoy these flowers at this time of year.
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