|Posted on 16 April, 2017 at 15:35|
Wow so busy latley as always, my poor blog has been very neglected.
But now valentines and mothers day are behind us and wedding season is just getting into full swing I have a little more time on my hands. As some of you know I was out of action for quite a while from Dec till pretty much the last few weeks following back surgery. But I am back on my feet and feeling much better.
So we have lots of exciting things planned over the coming weeks and months ( all that time off my feet gave me time to plan, always dangerous!)
A with most floristy types this is the begining of my favorite time of the year, the weather is starting to warm up and I can finally get out into our cutting garden and do some work ( yes we do grow some of the flowers and foliage we use) The projects from last year are begining to come along nicely, the wisteria arch is looking fab and should be ready for next summer. As for the honeysuckle arch that is looking amazing and should be ready for this summer. We have lots of new projects on the go for next year including a cherry tree which will be available for hire as decoration or as a wishing tree.
So enough flowery ramblings from me, what everyone really wants to know is what is in season now. There are so many varieties available straight from the UK now such as, Hyacinth, bluebells, daisies, alestromeia to name but a few. But with flowers from anywhere around the world being available within 24 hours. There are no limits, almost every flower is availale year round.
Anyway thats enough from me today, can't wait to share lots of exciting news with you all over the coming weeks.
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