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So much is happening here at Bunches from one day to the next and now you can read all about it in our blog.
Updated regularly, read on for funny anecdotes, stories about working amongst the wonderful world of flowers and plants and see photos of us all behinds the scenes and more...

  • Our gardens tend to be the place where we spend the majority of our time during the warm summer months - weather permitting of course! When enjoying a bit of peace and quiet in the garden it is always such a thrill to see wildlife passing through, and by making a few slight changes to your garden environment you can increase the chances of wildlife paying your garden a visit. Below are a few of...


  • Author: DebC

    The Bunches Summer Fayre

    - By DebC on July 23, 2015

     At the beginning of July we hosted our very own 'Bunches Summer  Fayre' for employees of Bunches and their friends and  family. It was  a big job to organise and involved turning our car park in to a bit of a  fairground, but we managed it and an enjoyable time was had by all.  Treats on offer for us all were free burgers from a gourmet burger  van, refr...


  • Author: DebC

    Protecting our butterflies

    - By DebC on July 23, 2015

    Scientists believe butterflies to be biodiversity indicators due to the way that they react so quickly to changes in their environment, and the presence of butterflies are said to be a sure fire sign of a healthy environment. They are an extremely important part of the food chain and for years ecologists have been using butterflies to study the impact of climate change on our environment. U...


  • When the sunshine makes it's appearance and all your lovely flowers and plants are in full bloom, you will most definitely want to enjoy your garden with family and friends. To take advantage of your excellent well-kept garden and really reap the rewards of all the hard work you have put in to it, have a look below at some of our top ideas for enjoying your garden over the summer: &n...


  • Author: DebC

    Grow your own wildflower meadow

    - By DebC on July 16, 2015

    Turning your garden in to a wildflower meadow is extremely beneficial because it requires less maintenance than a traditional lawn and will provide food and cover for wildlife. It will also help to attract bees, butterflies and all other types of wildlife to your garden. You will, however, need a lot of patience to grow your own wildflower meadow but if you can take the following three steps it wi...