Posted: Oct 20 2016Great to see The Mistletoe Festival being recognised! :) If you are in the West Midlands on 4th December this year pop on by and get involved in the festivities. :)
Posted: Oct 18 2016
Mistletoe is one of very few plants that ripen in the winter. By Ripen The berries turn from being green to being the pearl white that it is renowned for.
At the moment - with the days drawing in and the nights getting colder the mistletoe has started its transition - it won't be too long before the Berries are ripe and Christmas is on our doorstep.
We are now accepting Orders for Christmas on the website. As usual you choose the date of delivery. And As usual the December rush has started - Order Early to Avoid Disappointment.
Posted: Dec 01 2015
KissMe Mistletoe has awoken from our summer hibernation (Just in time for Christmas)
We have been very lucky and have a fantastic Kissing Crop this year! Deliveries have begun so all of the mistletoe elves at KissMe will be busy right up to Christmas Eve.
Lots of Interest again from the media and our first Television appearance of the season was on BBC Midlands Today last week. More to follow :)
Posted: Nov 12 2014
This year is going to be a spectacular year for mistletoe. The berries have ripened extra early this year and they are in abundance! From these signals it's easy to see that someone is going to be getting some kisses this Christmas!
Pre-Order Now and get your hands on some beautiful Mistletoe
Posted: Aug 31 2014
Slowly watching the sun slip into the horizon brings home the reality that summer is coming to a close. With (nearly) all the crops cut the attention draws to the orchards ready for the apple and mistletoe harvest. The coming months are a time of great transformation for the trees. With the trees currently in their summer outfit it is hard to even notice the mistletoe bows in their roofs.
This years mistletoe is looking great, there are lots of big well formed green berries. They will slowly ripen and by November will be a beautiful pearl white colour.
Over the coming months the trees will lose their foliage and their apples. They will be completely bare apart from the odd bunch of mistletoe. This gives us a perfect opportunity to give the trees a health check, this includes managing the amount of mistletoe in the trees.
This is a long time away for the trees now and they prefer to hold on to the last few days of summer rather than dwell on their winter hibernation.