Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Resident Dolphin on St. Mary's

    If you are a member of any Isles of Scilly social media pages, you will have found it impossible to miss the exciting news that we have a new visitor to the islands!

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    This friendly and inquistive dolphin has been identified as "Nick" who has been seen around the South West Coast before.

    Shearwater Guesthouse Dophin Tweet

    He has been frolicking with the locals, and seems to love all the attention he has been receiving!

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    Have you ever seen a dolphin on Scilly?

    For video footage of Nick playing alongside the boats, take a look at Crusader Island Boat Trips video here: on.fb.me/1rwY90y

  • Last Send Departed the Islands

    We begrudgingly took our last delivery up to the airport this morning to be sent to Lands End.

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    It is a fabulously sunny morning here on Scilly- in fact it has been all week- what a fantastic view our flowers get on their journey to you!

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    Thank you to everyone who has ordered this Season- watch this space as we have some exciting plans in the coming weeks, and in the meantime...we'll keep posting stunning pictures of our fabulous islands, and all the latest updates from our farmers!

  • Final Week for Ordering!

    Wow! What a Season it has been! We have provided you with over 20 different varieties of Scented Narcissi and Narcissi this season, with the help of our fabulous farmers!

    We have the last of this Season's flowers coming up from Tremelethen, Trenoweth, Seaways, Borough, Sunnyside, and Lighthouse Farm on St. Agnes, so make sure you don't miss out on your last chance to enjoy some Scented Narcissi this Season!

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    We've had an amazing bundle of late cropping Scilly Pride from Lighthouse Farm, which is available now on our website!

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  • New Variety: Yellow Cheer

    We only have a few weeks left of flowers, which means we are starting to get through the last of our fabulous narcissi varieties.

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    This week we have had the first of the exclusive double "Yellow Cheer" variety brought up to us by Tremelethen Farm.

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    This stunning flower has pale lemon petals enriched by pastel orange flecks.

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    Its subtle Spring scent is evocative of sunnier days to come- a true mood booster, as the name suggests, perfect to revitalise spirits.

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    Want to treat yourself to a gorgeous bouquet of these blooms? Click here to place your order now!

  • New Variety: Bridal Crown

    Today we got a lovely bunch of Bridal Crown from Sarah Paulger of Burrough Farm.
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    This creamy double has a subtle sweet scent, and beautiful creamy petals contrasting with orange flecks. Unfortunately, the mild weather has meant this particular variety has grown too short for our Blue Box Bouquets- but look out for them in your local flower markets!

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