Category Archives: Flowers

A Recent Wedding

                                                            The wedding was based on a woodland theme and all … Continue reading

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5 a day..

Only a week before mothers day so before the sea of pastels i thought i would treat myself and our customers to some greens. Its very important to get your 5 a day (inbetween cake) so here we have green … Continue reading

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On the tiles!!!

Todays  creation comprises, mini primroses planted on to an old French terracotta roof tile. The compost is held in with 2 silver birch logs then bound with string and ivy. A lovely uplifting gift  to cheer the spirit!  

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Raspberry heart

With valentines looming i thought i would share this moss heart entwined with the beautifull raspberry Rubus pectinellus v trilobus from Taiwan courtesy of Crug Farm plants. This little beauty is planning a takeover in a shady spot in my … Continue reading

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Helleborus time

Helleborus time is well and truly upon us. These little niger hybrids are very cute in there vintage terracotta pots. A perfect gift or why not half a dozen down the centre of the table. Gorgeous bouquet of helleborus x hybridus, … Continue reading

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Coolcumbers

Cool cucumbers now in stock. We just had to have these..there native to Sikkim where there grown as a food crop. We got them for there amazing reptilian skin and long lasting quality. There will be lots of gourds/pumpkins coming … Continue reading

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Pod u like…

Asclepias pods or the bladder fruit on there own tied with a few dead oak leaves and sat in a silver birch log container. The asclepiadaceae family has many olfactory delights from the heady stephanotis to the stapeliads which smell … Continue reading

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Banksia

Todays amazing blooms are the banksia’s native to the country which has given us so many great plants {and kylie and rolf} they are beautiful long lasting blooms that can be dried aswell. Dust catchers as i call dried flowers, … Continue reading

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Pastels!!!

Sorry about the use of pastel colours this post. It does happen occasionally when we have a pretty vintage moment but it never normally lasts more than a few hours. Most of our ladies do love it but some are … Continue reading

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