Not Weird Just Different

Here at Weird Fish we’ve always done things a bit differently, swum against the shoal you might say. From our first air-brushed T-Shirt of a cartoon fish, to constantly exploring for that next amazing fabric or that fresh new idea, something a little different but never too weird.

Our artists are constantly working to think up fresh and daft ideas for our unique T-Shirt designs.

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Weird and Wonderful Golf

When our Ron isn’t pottering in the Weird Fish carpark allotment he is always foraging and making something out of old bits of store fit, and whatever he can get his hands on. This year he created a very impressive crazy golf course for the garden, we had a party to test it out, but unfortunately the bad weather sent us inside, the warehouse never looked so exciting. Here is how we got on.

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hero of the month – april 2016

Each month we are picking someone we feel deserves some recognition, be they an established celebrity, or more of a local celeb – We want to thank these everyday heroes for the things they have achieved.

This month we looked close to home and have picked Ron Morris from Weird Fish Head Office. Some of you may be familiar with Ron, he is not only a fantastic member of the Distribution Centre team, but in his own time he also co-created, and painstakingly maintains the Weird Fish Car Park Garden.

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the weird fish garden – wild flowers

One of our lovely stockists Haskins Garden Centre have been kind enough to help us out with our award winning car park garden. Apart from giving us some fantastic gardening tips in their guest blog by Alasdair Urquhart, they have also been sending us seeds. (See here for our broad beans blog). This month they sent us some stunning wild flower seeds.

Firstly we mixed all the different seed packets together to give us a nice even mix as we sewed them.

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what to do in your garden in November

Guest from Alasdair Urquhart from Haskins Garden Centres

November is a time to enjoy the last of the autumn colours, tidy up the fallen leaves and move any plants before the ground becomes frozen.

With leaves falling, November is the last call for planting before the ground becomes too wet or frozen.  It’s the perfect time for planting bare-root shrubs or trees and for moving any plants around in your garden. It also the time for finishing off spring bulb planting or putting the final touches to your seasonal colour display, using wallflowers, sweet william, primroses or pansies.

Gardeners hands holding sprouting tulip flower bulbs.

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