If you love lilies but you’re concerned about getting lily pollen stains on your clothes or you find their scent too overpowering, then my latest video is perfect for you. I tell you all about a special Oriental lily called a Rose Lily. Simply head over to my YouTube channel to watch the video.… Read more
If you’re buying flowers for your home or a gift, planning your June wedding or you’re organising an event or party for June, then several seasonal cut flowers which are available in June if you’re based in the Northern Hemisphere. Simply pop over to my YouTube Channel to take a look. … Read more
Peonies are the focus of this new episode in my YouTube series, ‘Cut Flower Facts‘. You’ll discover four tips about how to care for your Peonies, where the name Peony derives from, details about all the different colours and varieties. Plus what this popular summer blooms signifies in the Language of Flowers. … Read more
I’m delighted to let you know that I’m launching a brand new YouTube series! It’s called ‘Cut Flower Facts‘. And I’m starting with a stunningly scented seasonal flower, Narcissi!
The video includes photos of many of the different varieties available, captured by the company Scented Narcissi, which is based on the Isles of Scilly in the UK. You’ll also discover where the flower’s name is derived from. Plus what it means in the Language of Flowers and an insight into the bloom’s distinctive fragrance.… Read more
Anemones are in abundance at New Covent Garden Flower Market this month! And my latest report for their website features an overview of this wonderful bloom, plus lots of Instagram posts of beautiful floral designs which incorporate them.Name Origins
The flower derives it name from the Greek word ‘anemos’ meaning wind and ‘mone’ meaning habitation, indicating the area in which some species thrive. Hence it commonly being referred to as the windflower.… Read more