We have a very eclectic giftware section in the farm shop. If you have ever ran out of inspiration when trying to buy a present for someone special, the farm shop is well worth a visit.
Our greeting cards include ranges from Alex Clark, Bug Art, Splimple and Tracks.
We have a varied collection of items supplied by Eddingtons homeware from worktop protectors to egg timers. The Wrendale collection features some lovely pieces. These items are supplemented by some lovely garden ornaments, pots and planters.
Local crafts include pottery by Lesley Ann French made in nearby Pailton and Pebble Pictures from Nuneaton. Although we lost the art gallery in the fire we still retain a lot of links with local artists and display works by Janet Watson, Terry Hartshorn and several others in the coffee shop.
And if you are still short of ideas then gift vouchers are always an option. We sell vouchers in the following denominations £10, £15 & £25. Our gift vouchers can be purchased online.
Watching birds feed in the garden or backyard has become something of a national hobby. The variety and number of birds that come to your bird table or feeders will depend on what you feed. We carry a comprehensive range of bird seeds, suet treats, fat balls, meal worms and bird feeders. We sell straight peanuts, sunflower hearts, black sunflower seeds and nyjer seed, but also wild bird seed and
The compost lines we stock include: Multi purpose, multi purpose with John Innes, potting compost, tub & basket, grow bags, top soil, farmyard manure, peat free, John Innes seed, JI No1, No2 & No3, decorative mini bark, bulb fibre, cacti compost and orchid compost. Our prices are keen and we usually have multi buy offers running on the various products. The majority of our compost is supplied by Evergreen Horticulture
Throughout the year we have a lovely selection of plants. Being a farm shop our preference is for the cottage garden. From February onwards we have an excellent variety of roses. The perennials on display include delphiniums, lupins, hollyhocks and lavenders. However we don’t just stock the traditional mainstays. We sell many quirky plants, all at very competitive prices. For both the spring and autumn bedding seasons all the usual