Cricklade Bloomers welcome you to our hugely popular Fritillary Tea Rooms where you can enjoy fresh homemade sandwiches, cakes and cream teas. All made and served by our volunteers. The Fritillary Tea Room run in aid of Cricklade Bloomers will be open between 11.00am and 4.00pm on Sat/Sun 15/16th April and Sat/Sun 22/23rd April. Browse… Continue reading Fritillary Tea Room 2023
Mikron Theatre in Cricklade on 21st July 2022
The Fritillary Tea Room run in aid of Cricklade Bloomers will be open between 11am and 4 pm on Sat/Sun 16/17th April and Sat/Sun 23/24th April. Cricklade Bloomers welcome you to our hugely popular Fritillary Tea Rooms where you can enjoy fresh homemade sandwiches, soup, cakes and cream teas. All made and served by our… Continue reading Fritillary Tea Room
Narcissus Tête-À-tête You will see this beautiful daffodil all around the town in planters and baskets. Tête-À-tête is a dwarf daffodil 20cms tall with 1-3 yellow flowers per bulb. Try it in your garden, plant in the autumn in a sunny or partially shaded position. they are happy in any soil that is moist but… Continue reading Plant of the week
The Royal Horticultural Society Blooming Brilliant Newsletter: Issue 11 is now available. It covers jobs for March, how to stay plastic free in the garden and get your garden ready for wildlife. You can read it here.
The lamp post baskets planted by Bloomers last autumn are now adorning the lamp posts along the High Street. Bloomer volunteers plant 50 baskets each autumn with Grasses, Heucheras, Ivy, Polyanthus, Primulas and Narcissus Tete a Tete. The Town council Groundsmen put them in place and will be out watering to keep them looking good… Continue reading Lamp Post Baskets Installed
Hellebore Look out for these flowering in the borders at Saxons Rest. Quick facts Great for winter interest. A source of food for pollinating insects in the spring. Flowers from late winter to spring. Many are evergreen and some have attractive silver marbled leaves. Plant from autumn to spring in moist, but free draining soil.… Continue reading Plant of the week
January and February are traditionally quiet months in the garden but at least we can all see the signs of spring as the snowdrops and crocus appear followed by the daffodils. Like the spring flowers popping up to brighten your days you will start to see Cricklade Bloomers busying around the Town. I read an… Continue reading March News
We are pleased to be selling our own home grown plants again – available from the wall at 71 High Street by the war memorial.