Our Flowers

Welcome to posts about our flowers.

It's always a shame when good things come to an end, and now that it's properly Autumn, lots of flowers are entering their dormant period so sadly we have to say "goodbye" until next year... I thought I'd look back on some of the lovely roses which we harvested in the summer.The ones that seem happi ...

We've had a difficult year with our roses as they have been plagued by aphids and suffered from water logging over the winter which was not good! They are perking up now, but one rose which has definitely been our star performer is the beautiful David Austin blush pink variety Queen of Sweden. Des ...

Really pleased to discover that we are featured in a beautiful article in Perfect Wedding magazine this month about a gorgeous vintage inspired wedding from last year. The flowers were all in tones of nude / dusky pinks, and we used some lovely cosmos, achillea, astilbe and dahlias with silvery gree ...

Back at the end of the summer we created some bouquets for a lovely bride who wanted to incorporate some beautiful peacock feathers into her vintage-inspired scheme. So we used an array of plums and purples and pinks to reflect the intense colours of the feathers, including dahlias, scabious, cosmos ...

The tulips are here looking lovely. We haven't got that many this year but we always plant at least enough for a wedding or two, and we make sure we choose the more unusual varieties that you don't see so often in the shops! They really are a versatile cut flower as they can come in several forms, m ...