Merry Christmas!
Dec23

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, we hope you enjoy a lovely feast with your Green Box vegetables. The office is now closed until Wednesday 28th December...

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Happy Holidays!
Dec12

Happy Holidays!

The garden will be closed on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th December.  The last Green Box delivery will be Friday 23rd December.  Please place your order by Monday 19th December by telephone to 01700 503181; by email admin@fynefutures.org.uk or via private message on our facebook page.   The garden will be closed on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd January.  The last Green Box delivery of 2016 will be Friday 30th December.  Please place...

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You won’t believe what’s in the box!
Aug08

You won’t believe what’s in the box!

Our wonderful heritage potatoes are going fast!  Just 8 portions left of Pride of Bute.  These purple jewels date back to pre-WWI and they have wowed our community. Next to showcase is Beauty of Bute – these date back to 1890, a fine early maincrop with floury texture.  Get them while you can by dropping by Bute Produce Veg Shack, top of High Street. Our team of trainees are producing lovely fresh, pesticide free, fruit and...

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Defining Horticultural Achievement
Aug05

Defining Horticultural Achievement

We were delighted to play our part in supporting Bute in Bloom this week as they toured Rothesay with Keep Scotland Beautiful judges Sandra Maclennan and Terry Stott.  Sandra, a retired head teacher, is involved with Forres in Bloom and Terry has 42 years experience in Horticulture in a variety of roles with Aberdeen City Council. The judges were expecting to be shown The community at it’s best in terms of range, variety,...

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Summer in a Jar
Aug01

Summer in a Jar

We have had a wonderful season for fruit at Bute Produce.  The new fruit cage has prevented the birds from ransacking the berry bushes.  Red and green gooseberries plumped by timely rain and sweetened with burst of sunshine.  Blueberries and blackberries glistening like jewels.  We have also had a good crop of rhubarb.  Raspberries are on their way.   You can’t beat eating seasonal fruit, freshly picked, rinsed and in a...

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