How to grow Peonies

Is there any flower in the world more beautiful than a Peony?

Herbaceous Peonies are the most well known type of peony and probably the most converted Wedding Flower ever! Not a single stem is wasted.

Here are my top tips on how to grow Herbaceous Peonies.

How to grow Ranunculus

Ranunculus, the Rose of the Spring…

Ranunculus, called the ‘Rose of Spring’ will provide gorgeous blooms throughout the start of the season giving you an abundance of flowers long before the Roses wake up…

How to grow Anemones

Anemones, the star of Spring Bouquets

Flowering throughout the spring, these gorgeous blooms are firm a favorite with floral designers and our brides.

Wire Hoop Plant Supports

Wire Hoop Plant Supports.It can be expensive and tricky to adequately support a whole cut flower garden, here are some plant supports you can make yourself…

Our Flower Growing Frames

Flower Frames
Our own ‘invention’ these double Plant Staking with Cold Frames and extend our season here in the Chiltern Hills right on the Buckinghamshire / Bedfordshire border…

My favourite Flower Podcasts

I asked you what you might find useful in future blogs posts and near the top was my favourite resources so I thought we would kick this off with PODCASTS! I am a real fan of podcasts because I LOVE learning and I LOVE gardening and with podcasts you can do both at the same…

How to plant a Bulb Lasagna

In order to have a season long display rather than one big bonanza, you should plant bulbs with a variety of flowering times.

How to grow Ranunculus

Ranunculus, the Rose of the Spring… We are all excitedly unwrapping our parcels of little brown ranunculus corms. When they arrive, they are dormant in a dried and dehydrated state. This does make them fragile so the first thing to do is to re-hydrate them, this ‘starts’ them! Starting Ranunculus Once rehydrated they need to be pre-spouted…

Dahlia Hall of Fame 2018

Dahlia Hall of Fame, the very best Dahlias to grow as cut Flowers for Flower arranging, Weddings and Events