Dried flowers are currently having a revival. This is a joy to all the British flower growers as it means we can extend our season and sell flowers throughout the winter months too. I sell wreaths, wreath kits and bouquets and many other dried flower … [Read more...] about Dried Flowers: The Everlasting Beauty
Are you an eco – conscious couple who care about the environment and the impact that flowers flown in has on our planet? Would you like to help our bee population and wild life to thrive by supporting local flower farmers who grow sustainably? … [Read more...] about Should you choose British Flowers for your wedding?
I've spent the last few weeks pouring over the seed and plant catalogues deciding what to choose. Chiltern's seed catalogue is a favourite winter read for inspiration and I like to spend time looking at colour combinations that sit well together, as … [Read more...] about Colour Influences Through the Seasons
Growing flowers for a living is very rewarding but extremely hard work and it has made me really appreciate how hard our farmers work to bring us all our delicious food. When the suns shining and the birds are tweeting there is nowhere I'd … [Read more...] about Nurturing Natures Floral Gifts
Finding time to blog at this time of year is a challenge but there has been so much media about British Flowers lately that I just wanted to share what we've been up to here in the Midlands. The West Midlands group of Flowers From The Farm members … [Read more...] about Showing off our British Blooms
This winter has been so mild (the mildest on record) it tricked the plant world into waking up early and then this week has seen the first flurries of snow! No wonder the plants are very confused! We've had snowdrops flowering in the garden a month … [Read more...] about Marching Towards Spring