Autumn. What do you associate with the autumn? September is a time when the seasons will begin to change, flowers and plants bear fruit, heavy with seeds and harvest festivals will begin. Capture the warmth and beauty of the season with the fabulous fall hues, rich reds, deep oranges and buttery yellows. Celebrate the natural …
Are you a flower lover? If so, this section is perfect to enrich your knowledge and inspire you!
Our guides are filled with extensive details on the background of each flower variety, images and details of the different flower varieties and the symbolism. There is also inspiration photos and care tips.
Alongside the origins, we also offer a more practical and creative input to inspire you for home decor and future projects.
Conditioning wholesale flowers are imperative to ensure you get the best out of your flowers for any type of event. There are various methods that can be applied for different stem types, including woody, soft and hollow stems.
Succulents are still one of coolest members of the houseplants, leading the way in the current indoor jungle movement.
November brings cooler night and cloudy days. You may think that there are fewer flowers available, but never fear there is a fabulous selection to find in beautiful rich colour palettes, varying shapes and sizes. Below is a list of the flowers in season in November: A Aconitum (Monkshood) – Tall spiky flowers, long lasting but poisonous …
August is a wonderful month, with an abundance of flowers for your wedding or event oozing with fragrance and bursting with colour!
Besides the stunning array of colorful, summer blooms, there is also a wide range of beautiful greenery available!
In summer, the flower market has a beautiful array of colour to offer. If you’re at all indecisive, it can be somewhat impossible to decide on the type of flower varieties and colours to choose from (sorry!).
One of the prettiest summer focal flowers is the Dahlia.
June: Learn + Explore this Charming Flower, the Peony. #WeddingHour #flowers #peonies
July is the month is the height of summer and for many means days out with the family, long evenings in the sun and one of the widest ranges of flowers available to see, from Nerines, Sunflowers to colourful Hydrangeas.
June is a fabulous month for a wedding. It’s when British Summer Time officially begins, and the days are at their longest! There is an amazing range of flowers available at the market, varying in colour, shape, size and colour. Below we have a list of the flowers you can find during June. A Achillea (Yarrow) – …