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July 30, 2018

Growing & Arranging Cut Flowers Workshop | The Flower Appreciation Society & The Land Gardeners

l hope you had a lovely weekend. After the incredible tropical heat last week here in the UK, especially in the South East, I was so pleased to see the rain yesterday and drop in temperature! I love the sunshine and blue skies. But my thoughts are very much with you if you're a florist or flower grower…

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July 25, 2018

Forage with Miller Harris | 3 Beautiful Botanical Fragrances | Wander, Hidden & Lost

Fresh, summery scents are exactly what's needed when the temperature is reaching record-breaking heights. And Miller Harris has certainly come up trumps with three beautiful botanical fragrances in their new Forage collection. Called Wander, Hidden and Lost, they're inspired by the concept of ur…

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July 24, 2018

A Florist’s Guide to Ultra Violet – Pantone Color of the Year 2018 | New Covent Garden Market

Bright and early this morning, I was at New Covent Garden Market in London taking photos for my next report for their website. But whilst I was away last week in sunny Devon, my report featuring Ultra Violet blooms went live. If you're not already aware, Ultra Violet is Pantone's Color of the Year fo…

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July 5, 2018

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2018 | Floral RHS Letters by Floris Van Den Hoed

Perched high above 'Swathes of Purple', a spectacular display of 4,600 Verbena bonariensis plants sweeping alongside the Long Water at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, is the Floral RHS Letters installation by florist Floris Van Den Hoed. I've loved seeing the ways …

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July 4, 2018

FarmerFlorist | An Exhibition by Tessa Bunney

If you live in or are visiting North Yorkshire in the next week or so, then there's an exhibition that you may be interested in visiting. Called FarmerFlorist, it celebrates UK cut flower growers in a series of beautiful photographs by Tessa Bunney. And here are just a few of Tessa's images... …

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