Category Archives: Flowers

Flat willow

We love to use flat willow in our bouquets. Salix udensis “sekka” is desirable because of its fasciation which is a deformity caused by a hormone inbalance it can also be caused by insect damage. However its quite stable in … Continue reading

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Faded blooms

Just love these parchment coloured roses and tulips. Shame we had no vellum in stock to wrap them in.

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Nice colours today….

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Wednesday

Spring is in the air…..

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All arti.

Beautifull quality artichokes in this week. Big globes suffused with purple teamed up with the mettalic viburnum berries…and for the budding Nigellas amongst you they are┬ávery good with butter!!

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Foxgloves

We just love foxgloves in the Potting Shed. Its strange how something so beautiful is so poisonous, (this happens alot in life!) saying that they also save thousands of lives with there heart stimulant properties (digitalin) these particular ones are … Continue reading

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The Little Potting Shed

  The Little Potting Shed opened April 2013

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Tacca time…

Todays incredible blooms look more Boris Karloff than flower shop, the bat flower or Tacca chantrieri is from the warm humid forrests of asia. Each jet black flower is surounded by a black bract and thats not all each flower … Continue reading

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A Summer Wedding

                                                            The bridal flowers included old fashioned garden roses, peonies, herbs, … Continue reading

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