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Glenview is a market garden near New Byth in Aberdeenshire producing homegrown, seasonal vegetables at competitive prices for our local community.

We participate in the Farmers' Markets at Huntly and make weekly deliveries of seasonal vegetables to homes and businesses in our local area.

Our polytunnels allow us to grow vegetables which are slightly tender and extend the season to include a range of greens and salads through most of the year.

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An orchard of apples, plums, and pears and soft fruits planted in 2008 will supplement our range of produce.

Surpluses are turned into delicious seasonal pickles, preserves and chutneys.

Meet us at the Farmers' Markets at Huntly which we regularly attend, or give us a ring to come and see the garden and our approach to growing.

We are looking to set-up a long-term relationship with those seeking seasonal produce. If you are interested in a weekly delivery of a small, medium or large 'box' of vegetables, or would like your own selection of vegetables delivered to order, please give us a call. We will be happy to show you around the garden so you can see our approach to growing.

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September 2017

Autumn is upon us, and the geese will soon be here, along with some of our favourite vegetables: brussels, parsnips and autumn squash.

The greenhouse has pepper and chilli plants with lots of fruit, which are just starting to colour - we'll turn on the light in the evening now to give them a couple of extra hours to ripen by. It looks like a good, albeit a late crop.

In the poly tunnels, the cucumbers, courgettes, tomatoes and tomatillos are still producing nicely, but will finish as the frost comes in at night. The autumn squash is now hardening off and we'll soon move it to the greenhouse to finish drying - we're looking forward to our squash soup and cheesecake! We'll be sowing some winter crops: pakchoi, oriental greens and spinach in the tunnels soon to overwinter and provide leafy greens throughout the colder months.

Outside, the cabbage, red and green, look good and the kohlrabi, green and purple looks stunning. The savoy, and various varieties of kale are now ready and the brussels shouldn't be far behind. Root crops such as carrots and parsnips are producing nicely as well, and we hope to have autumn radish: goldana, mooli and Noir d'Hiver - as well as a late crop of spinach soon. We have some lovely celery just ready to liven up your soups and stews. That sounds like plenty to keep us going as we start to clean up the beds for the winter.

Our next farmers' market is Saturday, 7 October, 9-1 in the square in Huntly. We make a weekly delivery of veg to customers within the MacDuff/Banff/King Edward/Turriff area, so let us hear from you by email or phone if you're interested.

Amy & Yvonne