Archive for the ‘British Flowers’ Category

Patience with Peonies

/ May 16th, 2015 / No Comments »

This week I decided to do an experiment with some Sarah Bernhardt peonies.  They can be a florist’s nightmare as they can take ages to come out often arriving the size of table tennis balls only for them to go all blousy and peak too early! 

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Different daffs…

/ April 13th, 2015 / No Comments »

Here’s a new way to display your weekly daffs – these gel beads expand in water and the bright yellow base looks fab with the daffodils.  Because daffodils don’t need a huge amount of water (remember when you bought them they will have been stored completely

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Sweet as candy!

/ April 8th, 2015 / No Comments »

Here’s a simple idea that’s two gifts in one – a lovely present with pretty flowers and a storage jar to use later!  The Narcissus in the photos were from a supermarket and the jars are available from Chez Fleur.  For more flower arranging ideas don’t

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Tricky tulips!

/ March 30th, 2015 / No Comments »

Did you know that tulips continue to grow after they have been cut?  This is why many people think they have ‘flopped’ out of a vase when in fact they have grown and the heads become heavier than the stems. A great way to arrange

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