English seasonal flowers … packed with scent and colour. And such a treat for the senses. The Real Flower Company grows a wide variety at their sustainable Hampshire farm. As well as their signature roses, they also grow English garden flowers to add movement and texture to arrangements. Read on to discover founder Rosebie Morton’s top picks of the season, as well as the latest floristry news and wedding flowers inspiration.
- English Seasonal Flowers That Make the Cut by The Real Flower Company
- Where Are the Houseplant Lovers of the World?
- Romantic Spring Wedding Flowers by Unwritten Florals
- Flowers by Alba Dahlia Floral at This Dallas Wedding Inspiration Shoot
- Seaside in Laguna Beach With Flowers by Sarah Winward
- Juniper & Jasmine‘s Florals at This Fall Wedding
- Wombats Singer Matthew Murphy Weds in Marbella With Flowers by Zweigstelle
- Florals by The Wildflower AZ at this Wedding Inspiration Shoot
- The Beautiful Garden of Florist Hazel Shaw From Eden Blooms
Another week in my home office, apart from lunch out on Wednesday at a lovely country pub. I’ve been continuing to work on the new Flowerona website. And I’ve also been trying out the Later app to plan and schedule my Instagram posts on my Grid. I must say, I’m rapidly becoming a Later convert! The app from Later Media is saving me so much time. Being able to plan posts for my Instagram Grid with the captions ahead of time using my desktop computer is an absolute game changer!
So much so that I’ll be updating my Instagram for Florists online course shortly so that it includes Later. I’ll be running the course for the third time this autumn. If you’d like to be one of the first to know when registration re-opens, simply sign up to the Waiting List, by clicking here.
P.S. Just in case you missed it, here’s a link to last week’s Floristry Industry Insight.