What's in season?

I'm here from Springtime, until the first frosts, and again during Festive wreath season.

The main growing season for British flowers here is April to October. As we enter Autumn, we see the end of seasonal flowers for another year. Leaves are falling, teaching us how beautiful it is to let things go.  Dried and crispy notes are appearing, and the garden is entering its hibernation mode softly. Flowers are finished now for this season, but they'll be back soon.

From March/April time I have seasonal, bespoke bunches and bouquets available on request, with adequate notice, but please contact me for my latest local availability.  

Small scented jars/bunches start from £15, with British seasonal flowers and foliage, wrapped in kraft or tissue paper ready for you to place in a jug on your table. Other sizes are available to suit your requirements from £30 upwards, each in biodegradable paper wrap and in a sustainable water source for you.

Seasonal wreaths are available all year round, too.  Be in touch if you'd like a bouquet or wreath as the seasons move along.

(Flowers will vary from images shown based on seasonal availability)


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