‘Treat the earth well, it was not given to you to your parents, it was loaned to you by your children’ Native American Proverb Not that long ago gardeners were encouraged to keep their gardens tidy which in turn meant there would be little room for the likes of slugs/snails to find homes and ultimately… Continue reading Bio Diversity
Anyone with a love of flowers will be aware of the Great British Garden Revival which has been broadcast on the BBC over the past weeks. Those yet to view their recordings are in for a real treat (grab that cuppa, stop what you’re doing – don’t forget to keep a notebook by the side of you… Continue reading Great British Garden Revival
Our Christmas wreaths can now be ordered. THE WILLOW A hand woven willow circlet or circlets. This wreath is partially decorated with foliage, herbs, holly, seed heads and hedgerow berries. THE TRADITIONAL Using blue spruce, conifer, or fir as the base. This wreath includes holly, berries, nuts, orange/apple segments, cinnamon, seed head & dried flowers.… Continue reading Tis the season to be jolly * Order your Luxury Christmas Wreath NOW *
At last we have got round to writing our next blog post, slightly late I know but there does not seem to have been much time to sit! We have been really busy with deliveries, weddings, parties and welcoming people to the flower field. Never in our wildest dreams could we have met such lovely… Continue reading It’s been a while
Well at last the weather is warming, the nights are not too cold and we have uncovered the dahlias and planted all our sweet peas outside. The sweet peas in the poly tunnel smell heavenly and each morning when you enter the tunnel you are met by the most amazing scent. Everywhere you look there are… Continue reading The Sun is shining – progress in the flower field
Flowers are considered to be a luxury; to survive all we need is food, water and shelter. Whether you are a gardener, grower or just like to decorate your home with fresh blooms, flowers are not a primary concern. After the 3 essentials we then all have a choice, dependant on our lifestyle what we… Continue reading Why British Flowers?
It’s been a chaotic few weeks. Lambing is at last nearly over, much too our other sister Jayne’s relief. Jayne; who’s the shepherdess on the farm, has worked tirelessly over the past few weeks bringing new life into the world. Sue and I go out first thing in the morning to tend to all… Continue reading Busy Busy Busy