Allotment Shop
Shop opening times Alderman Moores Shop is open Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday 10.30 am to 12.00 noon.
9. Gardening Gloves
10. Shed maintenance
7. Seasonal items Potatoes Onions Shallots Garlic 8. Watering cans
4. Ground Cover Black Plastic Weed suppressant Meshes/Netting 5. Canes 6. Tools (New & Used)
1. A range of seeds 2.Compost 3. Fertilizers Blood, Fish and Bone Growmore Lime
How to find the HwDAA Shop. The shop is located on our Alderman Moore’s site. When the shop is open, the gates to the site are always open. There is plenty of car parking and the Number 24 bus goes past the site. This map shows were the Alderman Moore site is located just off Ashton Drive. (Takes you to the Bristol City Council website)
Our philosophy is that we are not a garden centre (but we are cheaper than most). Our aim is to stock just essential gardening items. Our top ten are:
Shop News
Here are some leaflets with tips on Seeds - PDF downloads. - 1.. Seed families 2. Seed FAQs - covers most questions 3. Seed varieties recommended by KINGS
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Seed stocks were falling so we have put in and now received a top up order. The new packets will be on the racks this Saturday. Plenty of time left to sow the big ones : courgettes such as 'Zuchini' , plus CLIMBING green and yellow ones; squash 'Crown Prince' (by popular demand) and cucumbers (oh so easy and FAST to grow) and melons which can be grown outside in these hot summers. Don't forget the tinies which you can sow on and on til September in patches of ground as they come free : radish 'Mixed'; 'Diana'; 'French Breakfast' and 'Cherry Belle'. Spice up salads with pick and come again leaves such as Sorrel; mustard; spinach as well as the ever popular 'Mixed' lettuce. Don't forget summer sown cabbages such as ' Kalibro' and the brassicas you will sow now and pick over winter like 'January King' and our range of Kale such as 'Emerald Ice' . And finally, for Monty Don fans, more carrot 'Nigel'.
Latest: Tick removers are now on sale in the shop - £2.50 (See the latest newsletter for details)