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for all the Family

  • Come and choose from our delicious breads and cakes this Christmas

  • We've fresh trees from 25th November, decorations and gifts in our dazzling Christmas Marquee

  • Enjoy a piping hot tea, coffee or chocolate on our heated Cafe´Terrace

  • The finest local ingredients for your Christmas dinner from our newly extended Farm Shop

  • We have a fantastic choice of gifts for all ages in our Christmas Marquee

    Small but perfectly formed

    Daffodils aren't just for March. You can enjoy their cheerful yellow trumpets in your garden from January until May if you plan cleverly: we've got a fantastic choice in our Poynings garden centre to help you do just that.

    Early to rise:

    'Rijnveld's Early Sensation': in flower by Christmas some years. Brilliant yellow and 35cm tall
    'February Gold': does what it says on the tin: this pure yellow gem reaches just 15cm in late February
    'Tete a Tete': one of the best miniatures, flowering prolifically with golden swept-back petals. About 15cm

    Mid-season marvels:

    Tenby daffodil (Narcissus obvallaris): Wordsworth's golden daffodil: small and dainty at 25cm
    'Rip Van Winkle': miniature double with a spiky mane of green-tinged, spiky petals. To 15cm
    'Jenny' is a mid-sized daffodil at 25cm, with a pale butterscotch trumpet and swept-back, creamy petals

    Late and lovely:

    'Dutch Master': brilliant golden trumpets and a delicate scent, growing to 45cm tall
    'Cheerfulness' is a double with three or four scented blooms on each stem: 45cm
    Pheasant's eye daffodil (Narcissus poeticus var. recurvus): among the last to flower, these delicate white daffs are also scented: 40cm tall

    Please ask the staff in our garden centre in Poynings for more information and advice about choosing daffodils for a long display.

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