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Autumn Living

After another bountiful summer, we are watching the trees slowly change to yellows and reds, the leaves gently falling as the weather starts to nip.

The sloes are abundant this year, after a poor harvest last, and our elderberry harvest the juciest yet. Miles has been rotavating the wild flower meadow in preparation for more seeds, and the woodland (a thousand trees, planted last year) is growing away nicely.

We planted a “squirrel friendly” walnut grove last year, and the small trees are shooting up heartily. Walnut liqueur is going to take a while, but I think will be a wonderful addition to the Gibson’s stable.

Christmas Fayres are upcoming, check our Events page for details. Or you can order for Christmas on the Shop Page


Happy autumn!