Did I say they would be gone? Well we still have plenty: £1.50 for 5kg.
Try a handful for £1.50. They might look like tiny oranges but you can eat them whole including the skin and seeds. The tangy citrus centre is surrounded by a surprisingly sweet skin. Thanks for your tips on how to use them – the consensus seems to be make marmalade with or without the addition of lemons.
Our marmalade oranges come from an organic farm called Ave Maria in Seville near Mairena where they grow some of the most delicious oranges in Spain. You can read about the farm and check out some orange recipes here: http://www.huertaavemaria.com/ingles/Empresa.html Marmalade oranges are £3 a kg.
Become a volunteer gardener at Low Luckens and learn all our gardening secrets! Help us to choose the right varieties, sow the seeds, plant out seedlings, feed them, water them and as they grow, protect them from adverse weather, weeds, pests and diseases, tend to their every need, love them and in the fullness of time, harvest them. A major theme for us is to work with soil to produce healthy crops but also to feed soil life, sequester carbon and thereby create a lasting healthy soil structure. The methods we use can be applied easily to your garden or allotment. Get in touch if you are interested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
BONUS APPLES: 2kg for £5 or 5kg for £10.
BONUS JUICING APPLES: 5kg for £1.50
GENERAL BONUS BAG: Choose any ONE item we supply (fruit or veg) and as long as supplies allow, we’ll bring you a bag of it weighing more than you would normally get for the price. £2 a bag.
Oriental leaves (mizuna, red mizuna, frilly mustard leaves, giant red mustard), swedes, lettuce leaves, apples, cabbages, regular kale, flat leaf parsley, Brussels sprouts, celeriac, chestnut mushrooms, beetroot, carrots, celery, kohl rabi, leeks, parsnips as well as pears, clementines and kumquats.