A Romantic Tale for Valentines Day

Nothing beats a good romantic tale… This story of how Paul ‘won his girl’ will melt your heart!

Ashley and Paul’s perfect Engagement…

Horticultural Plant Types

We are going to focus our attention just on the ‘Herbaceous Group’ of plants which are the most common seeds that you will buy to grow as cut flowers… 

HERBACEOUS PLANTS (WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?)
Herbaceous plants do not develop a woody stem or structure and their stems usually die down in winter…

Claire and Nico

The Real DIY Wedding Flowers of Claire and Nico! Buckinghamshire Wedding full of Bright, Wild and Rustic Flowers arranged naturally by the Bride and her Mum

Summer

A mid summers nights dream….

Nothing says Summer like Scented Sweet peas and Garden Roses  

The choice of British Flowers is mind blowing 

Ammi, Antirrhinum, Astrantia, Calendula, Cornflower, Cosmos, Clematis, the first of the Dahlias, Delphinium, Eryngium ‘Seaholly’, Fever Few ‘Daisy’, Foxgloves, Freesias, Geum, Gladiolus, Gypsophillia, Lavender, Larkspur, Mint, Nigella – ‘Love in the Mist’, Oriental Poppy, Phlox, Garden Rose, Salvia, Scabious, Scented leaved Geranium,Static, Stocks, Sunflower, Sweet Pea, Sweet William, Verbascum, Verbena, Veronica, Zinnia

Plus armfuls of the perfect seasonal foliage, vines and fillers…

With all this beauty, its no surprise that British Flowers Week falls in June…
Buckinghamshire Wedding Flowers grown with love