Because It’s All About My Vase, Bout My Vase, Oh Flowers!

It’s the height of summer and everything is growing wild and I love it. The bee’s are rolling around in the plants in ecstasy and their happiness is most certainly contagious, you can feel their joyous vibrations as the buzz about the place. This week in my cut flower vase I wanted to create summer, you know the…

What’s Growing On – March 2017

March for me is the true beginning of the growing year. Everywhere you look everything is beginning to come to life, the daffodils start dancing, tulips begin to emerge from the earth, ponds are alive with horny frogs basking in the new warm sun and the trees steal the show with their blossom. The Spring Equinox is…

SPOTLIGHT ON: Forsythia

Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood Variety’ has to be one of my favourite spring flowers. I mean just look at it, nothing else required in this vase at all, it speaks for itself. Forsythia makes an excellent cut flower but it does have a short vase life unfortunately. As a shrub it’s also spectacular, flowering from February…

10 Amazing Annual Cutflowers I can’t live without + Giveaway!

If you read my previous blog “Beginners Guide to Growing Cutflowers” then you’ve most likely been waiting for this follow-up post, “Top 10 Annual Cutflowers I can’t Live Without”? Apologies for the delay, but here it is! As I mentioned in my previous post growing from seed and growing annuals are where you really get…

Beginners Guide to Growing Cut Flowers

It was requested by a couple of my online allotment buddies that I write a blog about growing cut flowers. That makes me sound like an expert, I can assure you I’m not, but I have been growing them for a few years now and I started off not knowing a single thing about it….