We’ve recently partnered up with the Derby Telegraph to offer our customers a complimentary copy of the daily Derby Telegraph newspaper. Made possible by local sponsorship, this is already proving to be popular with our cafe regulars, and when the paper costs 65p in the shops you can’t say fairer than that.
Enjoyed most with a nice latte and a PipTree Breakfast, we find!
What makes a great coffee? Why great beans of course!
Partnerships don’t come much better than the one we have with 200 Degrees Coffee Roasters of Nottingham. They’re a trail-blazing independent roastery, coffee shop chain and barista training school who are putting Nottingham on the British coffee map in a big way. What’s more, they really know their stuff, and since coffee gets pretty technical on a commercial scale we felt it was vital to get the set-up just right. We’re proud to say our staff were among the first individuals in the country to progress through their fantastic barista training program, and this set the foundations for the high standards we keep to this day.
At PipTree we use their flagship house blend called ‘The Brazilian Love Affair’, which combines two arabica beans with a third robusta to really fortify the flavour. The result is a distinct, full and well-rounded taste with plenty of caffeine and kick, but no discernable bitter or ripe notes. It’s a winner, and fully deserves the high praise it usually receives, and has been our house blend since we opened in 2015.
Brazilian Love Affair is always on sale in PipTree in 250g retail bags at £6.50, and is available regular or decaf, ground or whole bean, enabling you to drink it at home in your bean-to-cup machine or cafetière.
For three weeks beginning Monday 29th January we are block-paving the nursery shop entrance and exit and creating a paved pathway from the main carpark to the plant sales area and Cafe, then back up to the nursery shop. It’s a major undertaking and some disruption to the usual pathways around the site is unavoidable as the work progresses.
We ask that all customers please take note of site signage indicating temporary pathways and barriers that we’ve put in place, and apologies in advance for any inconvenience, things will return better than ever very soon, we promise!
Just in, we are now stocking a wide variety of seed potatoes, onions, shallots and many other vegetables. Varieties of Scottish-certified seed potatoes include first earlies, second earlies, main crops & salads, in 2kg or 2.2kg sacks, or you may prefer to buy in smaller pre-packed sizes, which are more suitable for tubs and smaller gardens.
And if you can’t decide, just ask our staff for a helping hand with your selection.
Previously all dog’s have been very welcome inside the cafe and that policy had proved to be popular with our many dog-owning visitors, but after listening to a great deal of feedback from all of our customers since we opened two years ago, we are aware that not everybody is comfortable sharing their personal space with animals, so we have decided to strike a balance by setting out some house rules out of respect to them.
- Dogs are only permitted in the front half of the cafe – that’s tables 1 – 11
- We only permit quiet, well-behaved & clean dogs within the cafe
- Dog owners are please to refrain from allowing their dogs on their laps or seats and not to feed dogs from the table
- Due to limited floor space, large dogs will no longer be permitted inside the cafe
Our spring bulbs are now in stock.
We have a wide range including Daffodils and Narcissus, Tulips, Crocus, Hyacinths, Alliums, Iris, Mini Daffs and many more, to create interest for the spring.
It is the largest selection of bulbs we have ever had here at Collyers Nurseries. There are plenty of new varieties to try. All our bulbs are now pre-packed with plenty of information on heights, planting and growing of each bulb. There are combination packs with specially selected bulbs that look great together for a fantastic spring display.
Do pop in to have a look.
Stocks of new plants are in every week.
Alstroemeria, Hydrangea, Verbena, Salvia, Sedum, Alchillea.
We’ll always have something to brighten up your garden