Article by: Nikki

I am the eldest of three daughters working in the business and have been managing the shop since 2016. I love food, speaking to people and the environment. I also spend a lot of time in the kitchen at home cooking and baking with my two little boys, so this is my perfect job.


07 January 2024

Locally grown plants

Paper White Narcissi bulbs

We’re delighted to be working with East Neuk Perennials¬† to offer a range of locally grown plants this year. These will work perfectly alongside the beautiful hand cut seasonal flowers from Largo Walled Garden .¬†

The first offering are delicate Paper White Narcissi, tiny little white daffodils. They can be planted outside or brought inside to brighten up your home, before many other flowers have woken up for the year.

The display is situated just outside the shop so take a look next time you are in.

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