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🌱Customer announcement 🌱

Due to reaching full capacity over the past two days, we advise all customers to book in advance on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to avoid disappointment.

To make a booking, ring on 01608 651757.

Thank you all for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you!
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🌱Customer announcement 🌱 

Due to reaching full capacity over the past two days, we advise all customers to book in advance on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday to avoid disappointment.

To make a booking, ring on 01608 651757. 

Thank you all for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you!

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The food is amazing and the staff coped very well even in the heat x

🍓How to Propagate Strawberry Runners🍓

The quickest and easiest way to propagate strawberries is by planting the runners. Most of the varieties of strawberries will produce runners.

The stems of the runners grow from the base of the strawberry plants. Coming off these stems new strawberry plants will form. The new plant will grow roots from the node, theses will grow into the soil. This new strawberry plant is a clone from the plant it is a runner from, it will have identical genetics as the original plant.

To propagate these new plants is easy. The runners need to be placed over a separate container or pot so that it can be moved, so the roots grow separately in a pot. Fill the pot with sandy loam soil will work best. The runner can be supported in place by anything suitable for keeping the runner in position, so that the node stays in contact with the soil for the roots to grow.

Alternatively these runner can be left until the new clone plant has become well established and then potted on.

When the root has established the new clone plant, it can be separated from the original strawberry plant. Do this by cutting the runner. If left, the runners will eventually shrivel and snap on their own. However, as long as the new clone plant is established no harm will be done by cutting away the runner. Your new plant can now be moved on to wherever you would like it.
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🍓How to Propagate Strawberry Runners🍓

The quickest and easiest way to propagate strawberries is by planting the runners. Most of the varieties of strawberries will produce runners.

The stems of the runners grow from the base of the strawberry plants. Coming off these stems new strawberry plants will form. The new plant will grow roots from the node, theses will grow into the soil. This new strawberry plant is a clone from the plant it is a runner from, it will have identical genetics as the original plant.   

To propagate these new plants is easy. The runners need to be placed over a separate container or pot so that it can be moved, so the roots grow separately in a pot. Fill the pot with sandy loam soil will work best. The runner can be supported in place by anything suitable for keeping the runner in position, so that the node stays in contact with the soil for the roots to grow.

Alternatively these runner can be left until the new clone plant has become well established and then potted on.

When the root has established the new clone plant, it can be separated from the original strawberry plant. Do this by cutting the runner. If left, the runners will eventually shrivel and snap on their own. However, as long as the new clone plant is established no harm will be done by cutting away the runner. Your new plant can now be moved on to wherever you would like it.

🌲 50% Off Selected Fruit and Ornamental Trees 🌳

Marked potted fruit and ornamental trees now HALF PRICE !!!

[Only trees marked]
[Offer Ends 31st August]
[Whilst Stocks Last]
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1 month ago

🌲 50% Off Selected Fruit and Ornamental Trees 🌳 

Marked potted fruit and ornamental trees now HALF PRICE !!! 

[Only trees marked]
[Offer Ends 31st August]
[Whilst Stocks Last]

🍋Fancy a G&T?🍋

Pop in store and check out our gin and tonic display, we’ve got plenty of other refreshing drinks too!
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🍋Fancy a G&T?🍋

Pop in store and check out our gin and tonic display, we’ve got plenty of other refreshing drinks too!

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That’s my kind of garden centre

🌱📸 Here at Fosseway Garden Centre we love seeing customers photos. Whether is your beautiful borders or what you’ve been growing. 📸🌱

Please send your photos into us! Either comment below or send them into marketing@fossewaygardencentre.co.uk

Here is a customers photo of her Victoria plums from the tree she bought from us last year.🌿
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🌱📸 Here at Fosseway Garden Centre we love seeing customers photos. Whether is your beautiful borders or what you’ve been growing. 📸🌱

Please send your photos into us!  Either comment below or send them into marketing@fossewaygardencentre.co.uk  

Here is a customers photo of her Victoria plums from the tree she bought from us last year.🌿

💦Paddling Pools💦

We have plenty of paddling pools in stock to keep cool in this heat ☀️
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1 month ago

💦Paddling Pools💦

We have plenty of paddling pools in stock to keep cool in this heat ☀️

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Sort you out Jenny Beacham!

Sophie Keenan 😁

How much is that rectangular white and blue one please?

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