Normally at this time of year we are ready to
launch Christmas at Bosworth’s and this year
is no exception. The team have been working
away behind the curtains to bring another
fantastic Christmas display this winter.
Whilst we may not be able to bring you all our
events as usual this year, we hope that you
will enjoy the scenes we have created with
traditional favourites and all the new trends.
Our real Christmas trees will be available
towards the end of November and will be
available instore to collect and online for local
delivery. Lemax - the highly collectable village
buildings, fi gurines and scenes will be back
with us again this year.

Over the summer months we have been
working on our online store and much of our
Christmas stock is now available to order online
for delivery too. Both Mulberry Cafe and Aspen
Cafe are now full table service.

Into the garden and it is not too late to plant
up bulbs for early spring colour. This year has
been unlike any other that we can remember,
and there has been a lot of talk of how this has
affected our mental health. Being out in nature,
and closer to home, in the garden has proven
benefi ts, not only for our physical wellbeing
but also our mental wellbeing too, helping with
anxiety and can help reduce blood pressure
and stress. Whether you have a sprawling
country estate or a balcony, gardening can be
enjoyed by all and as many of us can attest to
there is nothing quite as rewarding in planting
seeds and watching them grow and bloom into
fl owers.

If you are planting vegetables and fruit you have
the added advantage of home grown produce
to enjoy. You may have seen the quote: “To
plant a seed is to believe in tomorrow”, which
during these diffi cult times is a nice quote
to refl ect on. Did you know that at our Elton
centre we have the Secret Garden that you can
volunteer to work in if you want to try your hand
at gardening? You also get the opportunity to
meet up with like-minded people. Give Diane
at Elton a call on 01832 343104 to fi nd out more
about the Secret Garden and how you can get

Staying in the garden, October is the time to cut back
climbing roses and also cutting back perennials that
have died back. Dependent on the temperature,
towards the end of the month, will be time for the lawn’s
last cut. Don’t forget to give it an autumn feed to help
it through the winter months. Into November and
cover over brassicas to prevent bird damage. Protect
container plant from frost using fl eece or bubble wrap
and ensure the autumn leaves that have fallen are kept
off lawns to prevent damage.

Finally, with winter on
its way don’t forget to
leave out some food for
the birds.
While the next few
months might prove
challenging for many
of us with a lot of
uncertainty about, we
hope we can bring you
some festive cheer this
year whether you are
visiting our Christmas
displays, cafes or online.

Wishing you all a
Happy Christmas

Finedon Road
Burton Latimer NN15 5QA
01536 722635
Mon-Sat: 9am - 6pm
Sun: Open for browsing - 10am
Tills open - 10.30am - 4.30pm
Only minutes from J10 off the A14
and midway between Kettering
and Wellingborough

Elton Walled Garden
Elton PE8 6SH
01832 343104
Mon-Sat: 9am - 6pm
Sun: 10am - 5pm
Disabled Access
All Major Credit Cards Accepted

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November & December Gardens 2020

November & December Gardens 2020