These days flowers are grown all over the world, therefore most flowers can be sourced all year round. However they are SO much better when they're in season, they look better and smell better and are usually cheaper! This is a guide to what's in season and when. Most of the photos have been taken in our cutting gardens or in our makeshift photo studio! Although we do not pretend to grow all the flowers that we use we like to supplement our seasonal flowers into the designs. It gives a natural feel.

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SPRING

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snowdrops

pussywillow

daffodils

sweet smelling narcissus

magnolia

apple & cherry blossom

lily of the valley

ranuncula

anemone

tulips

forget me not

helibore

camellia

lilac

allium

early clematis

early peony

tree peony

iris

aquiligea

cow parsley

viburnum opulus roseum

and much more..

 

SUMMER

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Lavender

Ammi

verbena

peony

sweet pea

cosmos

dahlia

ferns

eringium

amaranthus

helenium

nigella

scabious

cornflower

scented stocks

ROSES

delphinium

lupin

herbs

mint

rosemary

apple mint

and lots, lots more..

 

AUTUMN

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cosmos

dahlia

hydrangea

sedum

aster

zinnia

amaranthus

beech

purple beeach

hypericum berry

and much more

 

WINTER

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pine & conifer

pine cones

twisted hazel

foliage 

foraged branches

dried allium head

dried hydrangea

honesty seed heads

rose hips

holly

ivy

grasses

dried achillea

candles

A log fire!..