The coffee shop at Drayton Nurseries has been running very successfuly since we Robin and Dean took it back
in house end of April.
We are now offering our customers on a wednesday to come for a light lunch for only £5
offer includes hot or cold drink choice of light main meal and a piece of homemade cake for desert.
this has been running since october and has proved very popular people are now needing to book.
Now we have had all that lovely rain its a great time to plant out summer herbaceous plants which will come
back year after year bigger and better, great for wildlife attracting bees, butterflys and birds alike.
Pop down to the Nursery and have a look at our exstensive range of homegrown plants, then sit and enjoy a
coffee and homemade cake in our Coffee shop, weather permitting you could sit outside and enjoy the tranquil setting of the Nursery.
Sadly Jeff has left the nursery so The Lemon Tree closed .
Gladly this has given Robin & Dean the opportunity to run the coffee shop and we are pleased to inform our customers that we are open same hours as the Nursery 10am-5pm Tuesday – Saturday 10am-4pm Sunday.
Come along and try our fresh ground coffee and fantastic homemade cakes.
The Nursery and the Coffee shop are both very accesible with a lot of outside seating.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
find it at www. facebook.com/DraytonNurseriesCoffeeShop
Spring at last appears to be here, birds singing and everything in the garden awakening.
after a busy Mothers day weekend Easter will soon be upon us Drayton Nurseries shall be open the whole weekend
with a wide selction of plants ready for the garden, so please come and have a wonder around in the Sunshine we hope
and may be stop off in The Lemon Tree for a cup of tea and slice of Jefs delicious cake.
The Nursery shall be closed from midday on the 24th December till Tuesday 17th January 2012
we would like to thank all our customers who have supported us this year and wish everyone a Happy Peaceful Christmas and New Year.
We lookforward to seeing everyone in the New year, we have some exciting plans developing so keep an eye on our Blog
Dean & Robin Rotheram
Drayton Nurseries along with The Lemon Tree coffee held its first Christmas Fair last Thursday 24th November.
It proved to be a great evening with in excess of two hundred people turning up to shop from 30 trade stands
of an assortment of hand made quality item s ranging from hand made soap, chocolates,haberdashery and loads more,
The coffee shop served delicious nibbles and glasses of wine advertising their xmas lunches.
The Ladies of St Catherines Drayton hand bell ringers set the mood with some christmas carols.
Huge thank you to all who came along, we now have in stock Christmas trees and wreaths which can all be ordered
ready for Christmas we are happy to keep them till you want to collect them.
At last proper seasonal weather has arrived, wind and some rain desperatly needed by all of us.
Everyone eager to get their gardens tidy for winter, cutting hedges raking leaves perhaps a last
cut of the grass although that is no means certain as it is so mild grass happily growing, so a bit soon
to put the mower away till the spring.
Bear a thought for the wildlife, in our eagerness to tidy everything away we sometimes forget all the free natural bird food
we have in the garden, most herbaceous perrenials form seed heads of some kind which most small birds love, and as it is in
a natural form it wont become mouldy as it would in a bird feeder.
So as well as doing your bit for the wildlife by leaving seed heads, it does also offer some protection to the elements with
sub zero temperatures being the norm it seems, it does help protect from the worst effects.