- Top quality products
- Industry-leading variety of Daffodils
- Innovative techniques
Our size and product portfolio means that we have the capability to offer both standard and high quality specialist Daffodils in a range of differing sizes and product options for more information or a discussion please contact us
If you are looking for a niche product solution for your customers please come and talk to us. Our size and flexibility means that we can offer a product specific to your needs.
With a range of display units to cater for all retail environments, we can design and procure solutions tailored to your specific needs.
We constantly work with our wider partners to deliver industry-leading products and can offer a real point of difference to your customers
As a business we are committed to reducing our impact on the environment and regularly review and update our farming and growing methods and our trading activities with a view to this. We have involved FWAG and the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, in advising us on conservation activities on our Cornwall sites. We were also the first UK grower of ornamental crops to be awarded certification against the LEAF Marque Standard(Linking the Environment and Farming).
In Cornwall, we have planted over 5,000 trees at Varfell and have been involved on a project with the Environment Agency, to prevent run off into the Marzion Marsh.
We are constantly seeking new ways to improve our business practices aiming to reduce and monitor energy usage and therefore reduce our carbon footprint. We have even thought of the little things, from turning off lights, to shutting down computers and turning off the monitors properly at the end of the day – it all counts!
We recycle as much as possible from re-using plastic trays, to recycling cardboard, plastic waste & paper, and composting green waste.
Carbon Foot Printing
We are involved in an industry project to look at each crop that we grow and to calculate the carbon foot print of that crop aiming to then actively look at ways in which we can reduce our carbon footprint going forward, where possible.
(We aim to calculate the carbon footprint of the crops we grow and actively look at ways to reduce it gang forwards)