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Fletching Glasshouses specialise in affordable fresh local organic vegetables for you. An Organic nursery with 2 Acres under glass at Fletching Glasshouses specialise in affordable fresh local organic vegetables for you.
You will find a wide range of vegetables and herbs available. As well as the usual beans, leaves, lettuce, beetroot and celery they grow some more unusual vegetables such as aubergines and sweet potatoes. The land is particularly suitable for growing leaves and you will find a good availability of Chard, Mixed Salad Leaves and Mixed stir-fry leaves.
Bobbie farms in the small village of Kingston, south of Lewes. She has a flock of sheep to keep her busy at lambing time but she still manages to grow some fantastic sal, usually with edible flowers, and unusual squash. We also love her fresh cucumbers. Noannah Hall supplies us with a great variety of produce grown at her farm in Plumpton Green. Her carrots and tomatoes are exceptional and she does a good line in lettuce, spinach, beans and aubergine.
Oh and the occasional punnet of strawberries for a very lucky customer. Graham supplies us from his fruit farm in Herstmonceux. The boxes are a fantastic way to get a taste of all these varieties. Collette and Peter are stalwarts of the local growing scene. We normally get some of their excess during their peak growing season like these different varieties of kale and leeks. Ruth has just started up her new business in Tongdean.
She's brewing the popular health drink Kombucha. We are pleased to help her by providing another outlet for her tasty drink. Colin and the guys from Stanmer Community Garden Group supply us with produce throughout the year including salad bags, potatoes, apples, and rhubarb. But their specialty is their Christmas garlands. Suzie Mac recently was awarded National poultry farmer of the year.
She provides us with her top quality organic free range eggs. Jo and Trevor brought this land in the shadow of Devils Dyke for their ponies. As they cleared it they found an old orchard in the undergrowth.
Jo spent 8 years identifying each tree with the help of the National fruit collection at Bogdale. She now provides us with many heritage varieties of apple, pear and plum as well as honey from her hives. She is looking to develop her own line of apple cider vinegar which will also be available only through us.
Sam and Ev started their urban farm above a pub in Hanover in They produce delicious, nutritious microgreens. We love to support their small business. John has been farming his land just outside Henfield for as long as anyone can remember! He's a stalwart of the local food scene. We get excited when we see his rhubarb start to appear in March. But he also regularly provides us with cabbage, carrots and cauliflower.
Aaron and Chrissy at South Brockwell's farm near Newick has provided us with fantastic fresh asparagus during the season May- July. Often it is harvested in the morning, picked up at lunchtime and delivered in the boxes that evening. It's hard to get fresher than that! We first contacted Phil when we heard he was growing garlic near Albourne. Tom took over his father's fruit farm and instead of selling the fruit he turned it into award-winning blends of crushed fruit juices.
We stock his classic 'Cox and Bramley' blend. Toos at Laines Farm, Cuckfield supplies us with her biodynamic produce throughout the year but particularly during the winter.
Nick and Anna manage the walled garden at Ashburnham Hall, just outside Battle. It is a popular conference center and they grow for the busy kitchen there. But when they have extras or a glut, Nick is straight on the phone to us. Nick and Anna also run a restoration scheme for unemployed and many of them end up getting work experience in the gardens.
It's great to support such a scheme, even in a small way. Our Suppliers. Kingston Farmhouse. Smooth Kultures. John White. Ashburnham Hall. We also use the following great suppliers:. Cupboard Extras. Click to discover our additional range of locally sourced food.Love in herstmonceux
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