A Pecan nut is an edible nut encased in a brown shell with a tough outer green coat. They are mainly grown in Georgia, Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Outside the United States Pecan Nuts are grown in Australia, Brazil, China, Israel, Mexico, Peru and South Africa. These Pecans have been specially selected by Potash Farm for quality, size and good flavour.
I have great pleasure in focusing my customers to the new Potash Farm
gift, the unbleached 100% cotton tea towel with the farms unique all
over design. This has been specially produced by Countryside Art, the
UKs leaders in giftware production.
Due to popular customer demand these Walnuts are another specialty of the Potash Farm range of gifts. Attractively presented within the bag are the Walnuts. These make a traditional and excellent Christmas, Easter, or one off gift and are available in two sizes.
This luxury handmade connoisseur's choice conserve is made with the finest of
ingredients and is a real treat to have on a lazy Sunday morning.
Running beside the Potash Farm Chestnut roasters there are two designs of toasting fork. Firstly the high quality wrought-iron toasting fork and the hand-forged wrought-iron toasting fork.
Potash Farm is now producing the healthy Handmade Kentish Cobnut and Apricot Granola bars.
This is the first of the Potash Farm nut mustards. It has a great colour with a little chilli and a good crunch. It is excellent with all cold meats and cheeses.
These trees on average are three years old and are between 1m and 1.5m
high. They are feathered with branches and are ideal for those wishing
to extend their home orchard areas or for pot grown containers on
Due to popular customer demand by selling the organic Chestnuts in the
lead up to Christmas the Chestnut roasters are another speciality of the
Potash Farm range of gifts.
"One of my favourite producers, Potash Farm from my home county,
Kent, has produced a deliciously decadent Chocolate and Kentish Cobnut
Fudge. Not too sugary, the little crunchy pieces of nut with the soft
fudge is a lovely combination of textures and flavours" Gregg Wallace, Daily Mail