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Horticulture Week

Will British-grown cut flowers take more market this spring?
Horticulture Week
"We will have flowers from growers from north of Inverness to Cornwall to East Anglia," says Flowers from the Farm's Gill Hodgson. "We want to be representative and to show British flowers can be grown anywhere in the country." The exhibit has no ...

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Telegraph.co.uk

Head to Cornwall to enjoy spring gardens a month early
Telegraph.co.uk
Toby Ashworth, proprietor of The Nare Hotel in Cornwall, always has a cunning plan up his sleeve to entice early spring visitors. His famous 'Bloomometer' decrees that once enough magnolias are in flower in six Cornish gardens, spring is officially in ...



Cornwall Live

Forget Storm Eleanor - hundreds of exotic flowers are in bloom at Tresco Abbey Garden
Cornwall Live
Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email. Storm Eleanor may have been battering Cornwall's north coast for days and temperatures are set to drop over the weekend, but for one garden blessed with its own micro climate, now is the time to count ...



Cornwall Live

Heart-wrenching tributes to "great dad" Damien Kane left in Landrake one year after his death
Cornwall Live
In memory of the "great dad", touching tributes including a decorated pebble, a pink balloon and several bunches of flowers were laid at the side of the A38 in the south east Cornwall village. A heart-breaking message written on the balloon said he is ...



Cornwall Live

It's Blue Monday - but here are 11 reasons to stay cheerful in Cornwall
Cornwall Live
Although no date has been confirmed for the return of the brooding Ross and his complicated love life, it is thought the BBC is looking to run series four of the Cornwall-based drama in the 'early summer'. So, it's not long to have to wait for those ...
'Blue Monday' is a hoax – but it could become the most depressing day of the year if you don't watch outThe Conversation UK

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Cornish Saffron Company sees the Eyers grow saffron on the holding
Smallholder
The majority of the crop is bought by Tarquin's who last year made a spectacularly successful saffron gin, 'The Cornish Crocus', that sold out around the country in record time. This year the Eyers have doubled the size of the crop so that more of the ...



Falmouth Packet

Dazzling crop of daffodils to appear at this year's Falmouth Spring Flower Show
Falmouth Packet
'Whatever the weather I can forecast a display of the finest camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias, cut flowers, floral art and children's exhibits in our show which was first held in 1910, making it the oldest Spring flower show in Cornwall. The first ...

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The Independent

Kernock Cottages review: Introducing Cornwall's truly accessible holiday homes
The Independent
Crossing the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall, the roads getting ever smaller, we knew we were getting close. The last road leading to the cottage entrance is almost completely enclosed with overhanging trees, and there's a single-lane track taking you to ...



Cornwall Live

Remembering St Agnes man Andrew Dunklin 20 years after he was killed when car plunged 250ft from cliffs
Cornwall Live
His body was found washed up on the beach at Perranporth two days after the accident. While it has been two decades since his death, Mr Dunklin's memory still lives on, proving his popularity in the village that he called home. On Saturday, the ...