Fruit Trees

Fruit Tree Sale at the Farmers Market again!

By |2015-07-31T11:16:46+01:00February 24th, 2015|Categories: Fruit Trees|Tags: , , , , , |

Because many of you couldn't make it two weeks ago and because we have some trees left, we'll have a stall again this Saturday the 28th. We have mainly apples left in stock now but due to demand we'll order more trees within the next week. So if you are after something specific, get in touch [...]

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Down to Earth Fruit Tree Sale

By |2015-07-31T11:10:56+01:00February 13th, 2015|Categories: Fruit Trees|Tags: , , , |

Kick off the growing season and plant a fruit tree! We'll have a stall at the Farmers Market this year for our annual Fruit Tree Sale where a wide range of fruit trees and shrubs will be available. Come and browse a number of apple varieties, cherries, plums, pears, quinces and gages as well as black [...]

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Happy New Year from Down to Earth!

By |2015-07-31T11:20:49+01:00January 3rd, 2015|Categories: Food, Fruit Trees, Gardening|Tags: , , |

It might be all quiet in the garden but we are busy preparing for our upcoming events in February! We'll be holding our annual Stroud Potato Day on the 7th February at the Merrywalks Shopping Centre. For details check our blog dedicated to the event:  http://stroudpotatoday.blogspot.co.uk/ and for even more info:  https://downtoearthstroud.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/stroud-potato-day-2014/ Pop by to get [...]

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More Orchard’s for the South West

By |2019-02-04T09:26:22+00:00November 11th, 2014|Categories: Fruit and veg, Fruit Exchange, Fruit Trees|Tags: , , , , |

As you all likely know we at Down to Earth love the fruit, especially the local fruit! So much so that it is our mission to do all we can to increase access to local fruit (and nuts), while doing that also fulfilling another mission of ours - reducing local food waste and increasing local food [...]

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