Leading up to Christmas, there are some fantastic blooms available at the market. Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring spectacular American Beauty Chrysanthemums, bi-coloured anemones and stunning Amaryllis! Advertisements
Christmas is quite literally just around the corner now and our cooler is filled with the most beautiful flowers and greenery ideal to decorate and style your home this festive season. From natural to dyed, there are a number of different varieties that can suit every theme. Find this week’s cooler mix that might tickle …
Keeping to the seasons’ festivities, we thought it would be appropriate to do a How to Guide for your homes this season using seasonal flowers and greenery to add a burst of colour and Christmas cheer to your home this season.
Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring spectacular American Beauty Chrysanthemums, classic Hydrangeas and towering cornus branches.
Pampas Grass – also known by cortaderia selloana — is the year’s newest trend. This week’s DIY wreath is made with Pampas Grass, Dried Poppy Heads & wheat.
Feast your eyes on this week’s ‘New Blooms to Market’ featuring Christmas mistletoe, fragrance hyacinths and a new variety of champagne Lisianthus!
Do you have a succulent obsession? Succulents are still one of coolest members of the houseplants, leading the way in the current indoor jungle movement. If you are longing to know a little bit more about them, visit our blog to explore the background and care tips here.
Steering away from the norm this Christmas?
Towards the latter part of the year, grey accents tend to become popular to capture that crisp white winter wedding feel and help to break up the typical whites, creams and ivories!
The perfect gift for a flower lover in your life this Christmas, is this fabulously floral book ‘Flowers Every Day‘ by Petalon’s Florence Kennedy. A flowery book that is not only bursting with beautiful photographs of flowers, but packed full of practical tips, tricks and how to’s. Sound interesting? This book explores and breaks away from …