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In 2014 We celebrated 100 Years in Horticulture

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7 Jan

In 2014 We celebrated 100 Years in Horticulture

From 1914 through two World Wars and five generations the family run nursery continues to flourish to this day.

Market garden vegetables and cut flowers: particularly anything bunched e.g. Mint, Radish, Spring Onions, all types of cut flowers relative to the time (Scabius, Single Daisy, Larkspur, Aster) i.e. an emphasis on Hand Work during 1914-1980`s.

Cut flowers until about early 1980`s: crops appropriate to the time. Latterly: Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Sweet William. Earlier: Pyrethrum, Wirral Daisy, Calendula, Primrose.

Bedding: some Bedding Plants from circa early 1960`s. Dedicated to growing garden plants from about mid 1980`s: originally field grown perennials and bedding.

 

The business continues to develop and offer extensive new ranges and products driving forward the next 100 years of our development.

  • We continue to deliver plants to the highest standards
  • We specialise in garden plant production and modern techniques
  • Continue to be a family run business with
  • Based in Lower Peover our home since 1950

The business is now run by Les and wife Mavis, son Stuart and wife Gill, utilising 5 acres of glasshouses on a site of 8 acres.

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Specialising in garden plants to the trade only.

Established in 1914 by Fred and Emma Halman, who grew vegetables and flowers around the year, selling their crops in Manchester Smithfield Market.

The business is now run by Les and wife Mavis, son Stuart and wife Gill, utilising 5 acres of glasshouses on a site of 8 acres.

CONTACT INFO

    • Parkside Farm, Crown Lane, Lower Peover, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 9QA
    • 01565 722322
    • les@leshalman.co.uk
    • Mon - Fri : 0900 - 17.30
      Sat - Sun : Closed

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