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ROWAN NEWS: 12th MAY 2020

Firstly, and most importantly we hope you and your family are well. Everybody’s circumstances are different so it is impossible for our newsletter to be pitch-perfect for all who receive it but just to say we hope you are healthy and coping. During lockdown, Rowan has been carrying out deliveries which means we have been […]

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Soup and Signing

*PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE from Saturday to Sunday* Food writer and stylist Henrietta Clancy will be at Rowan for a book signing of her new recipe book ‘Just Soup’ on Sunday 25th September, 12noon – 3pm. We will be selling soup in the cafe made with Henrietta’s recipes. If you can’t make it on the

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Big Plant Sale

Bit of a one off at Rowan. We will be holding a Plant Sale for four days only, Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th September. There will be 50% OFF all perennials and huge discounts on plants requiring a little TLC, including shrubs and perennials.

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Scarecrow Competition

Rowan is taking part the Chorleywood Magazine Scarecrow Trail. Friday 23rd September – Sunday 25th September. There will be approximately 50 scarecrows to track down, and you can vote for your favourite. The theme for this inaugural year is ‘Us’. Not yet sure what ‘we’ will be coming up with but when you see it,

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September in the Garden…

Squeeze out the last drops of summer with some late season colour. We have fabulous herbaceous perennials which will last through to October and grasses coming in to their own, which will give pleasure right throughout the winter. Whilst the weather may not be the most conducive to being out in the garden, the plants

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Get the WOW Factor

Our busy season continues apace. Sunshine and rain have rewarded us with verdant gardens and a tip top Plant Area. It is the perfect weather for planting and giving your garden the wow factor with extra pops of colour provided by perennials, pots and hanging baskets. It is good for trees and shrubs as there

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