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Big – Bushy and so Beautiful

March 24th, 2017

No not Alan! But our hedging plants! Jasper, our nursery hound explains that hedges are the ultimate garden boundary – they don’t blow down in the wind, absorb noise and are a fabulous home to a whole host of wildlife. And the good news is – this is the perfect time to plant a hedge, […]

Today is all about Snowdrops…

February 13th, 2017

Today is all about Snowdrops. Here at Avery’s we love Snowdrops, they grow in clumps by the river and are propagated at this time of the year. Today we are been lifting and dividing the clumps and potting them up to sell as young plants “in the green” So todays questions is do you have […]

Jasper would like to…

December 23rd, 2016

Just a quick post to wish all of our friends A Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year Jasper adds Why does he make me do this stuff? Woof.

Another 300 have just arrived!

December 3rd, 2016

Another 300 freshly cut Christmas trees from the Quantock Hills have just arrived. You will be pleased to see Jasper, the nursery hound, was supervising everyone.  

Hedges, Logs and Prince Charles

November 30th, 2016

As I write this the log burner is on, and my toes are toasting after a long day sorting Christmas Trees. We sell, what we think are the best logs in Somerset, and that is all down to Andy. Andy supplies us with well seasoned, dried,  hardwood logs which he produces  himself from trees sourced in […]

Potted Christmas Trees

November 17th, 2016

Lifting Christmas trees

November 6th, 2016

  At this time of year we dig up a selection of 4ft Christmas trees and pot them into Red pots ready for decorating at Christmas. After Christmas, for  ever  tree  that was dug up one is replanted, and so the cycle go’s on providing cover and food for a wide range of critters from […]

Planting soft fruit

November 4th, 2016

Newly arrived for sale are this seasons soft fruit,Raspberries,Blackcurrants, Gooseberries,and may more including Rhubarb which is classed as a vegetable and not a fruit. Many of the pots have five plants in for £8.00 which will give years of summer sorbets or better still clotted cream  and strawberries. AS it said`s on the telly,Treat yourself,it […]

*whistle*

October 31st, 2016

There is nothing to see here thank you, move along please.