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Zara Gordon Lennox Jan 14
Can anyone tell me best moment to pick lavender for drying - picked too early I think in 2017 and last year waited until fully out and it has lost all colour
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Smith & Munson Ltd Oct 7
What a pleasure, you’ve were amazing, thank you for being so helpful and for tidying up!
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Jane Perrone Oct 13
peeps I am looking for someone to talk to about how smilax/asparagus fern is used in the industry - now and in the past. A floristry historian or chronicler of the industry perhaps? Shout if you can think of anyone... thanks!
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James Lacey Oct 19
Hyacinth bulbs, to be planted next week
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Whitney Brown Jun 19
I highly recommend following the tag on instagram. It will make you feel the world is less horrible, if only for a moment. So much beauty there.
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Sarah Parry Sep 4
A single packet of mixed sunflower seeds sown at the end of spring bringing sunshine in autumn
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Benjamin Ranyard Jul 14
Nice work if you can get it.
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Tracey Graham Apr 12
Great little article shared by Cel on . What’s in season and when, plus so much more. Thank you, Cel 💐💕
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Sarah Parry Sep 19
Am not sure how many different shades of nasturtiums I have grown this year. I love them all. Call me old fashioned but, it doesn’t matter how good they might taste, I just can’t get my head around eating flowers
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James Lacey Oct 19
On the plus side, Dads indoor ornamental cabbage look well. Starting to wish we only grew indoor crops.
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dogducklark Sep 2
Knocking together a bunch for a friend of a friend of a friend. 😬
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Mark Eves Jul 6
Lifting British tulips with the new Koops Machine , really pleased with it and the changes to it . Ready for the 2020 tulip season
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Pod & Petal Aug 17
White hydrangea arborescens, dahlia, clary sage, mint, eucalyptus, achillea, amaranthus and a little alchemilla- bouquet. Its hard for the showy hydrangea not to take centre stage but you get to see peeps of all those fab colours and textures😊
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Tanya Butchers Oct 22
I think the verbena cuttings have taken - who doesn't love
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Puggs Meadow Flowers May 25
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Mark Eves Apr 15
View from the office window , still cold
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Ria_ Oct 26
. “Art is our thanks to the world and to life.” — Georg Simmel . "Autumn Meadow", 2019 on perspex by Simon Schofield (b. 1962)
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Clem's Garden CIC Aug 20
Introducing Jem - our newly appointed Head of Dahlias. Great to have you in the team!
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The Store Sep 6
Freshly cut flower deliveries are my favourite! Grown and picked under 7 miles from The Store by @haylaneflowers. Proud to support and sell 💐
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Andrew Robinson Sep 10
Been round the dahlia plots tonight to see what they look like after the frost and misty morning . Not to bad some of the lighter colours damaged but should get some for on Friday 🤞
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