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Sue & Wendy - Grow British Cut Flowers in season and beautifully scented that aren't readily available on the high street.
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Holme Flowers Feb 14
Here's another more naturalistic style on recycling your Christmas wreath. @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Feb 13
Blog….Create a Spring Planter with your recycled Christmas Wreath ring
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Holme Flowers Feb 12
Recycling is important to us. We've been asked, many times over the years, what you can do with your christmas wreath ring....one answer is to create a Spring wreath or planter. Watch…
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Holme Flowers Feb 10
Foraging.... @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Feb 8
The Flower Shed..thank you Sarah and Abi woodenhillimages for your beautiful work. Click on our bio to discover more. @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Feb 7
Updating website and adding these clips to our video webpage. Thank you so much for your wonderful work, capturing what we do here. Look forward to working with you again…
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Holme Flowers Feb 2
SISTERS Today is a very very special birthday. Jayne's birthday. She's the sister Sue and I talk about when we are sharing the Holme Flower story; she's 'the real farmer'!! The one you…
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Holme Flowers Jan 27
Hellebore Care.... We've had so many direct messages this last week. Asking how we condition Hellebores. Originally, we used to score each stem after cutting and sink into water. Now we…
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Holme Flowers Jan 16
At this time of year it's all about regrouping, reflection and planning for the year ahead. The final bulbs have been planted for a late crop, seeds & compost ordered, feeding the soil,…
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Holme Flowers Jan 10
I liked a video 26 EASY HOUSEHOLD TIPS YOU'VE NEVER THOUGHT ABOUT
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Holme Flowers Jan 6
Happy New Year to all our lovely followers. The last few weeks have all been about family and catching up. With long dog walks and plans for the year ahead. We've been so lucky with the…
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Holme Flowers Dec 21
Happy Winter Equinox everyone. It's the shortest day today with the excitement that as of tomorrow it starts getting lighter on an evening. 15 minutes every week.....Enjoy the snuggly…
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Holme Flowers Dec 18
Just need to find the lantern for the middle to pop the candles in and this table decoration is ready to go.......otherwise it will be more of a firework display if we set the candles off…
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Holme Flowers Dec 17
Nature's own artwork. These were the beautiful feathery details on Jaynes windscreen this morning. Incredible what nature can do. @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Dec 16
This is the way we normally make our bows..far easier and less dangerous!! However, it's always great to hear different techniques. Over the past weeks, when we've held workshops, there's…
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Holme Flowers Dec 15
How to make a simple bow.. Here's another way which doesn't involve dangerous equipment!!
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Holme Flowers Dec 14
Simplicity is all that's needed for this garland, at 8foot long it was hard to get it all in the pic! Thats garlands done for this week. @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Dec 13
Being resourceful......It's amazing what you can find to help you make a bow....you can go as small as you like and use a dinner fork too for a smaller bow. @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Dec 13
Dried Panicum grass ..... the star for today...along with other grasses, oh and barley too... @ Holme Flowers
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Holme Flowers Dec 12
Now we turn our attention to table decorations, garlands and other hangy bits and bobs (unsure what you call the other bits!!) This one has Clementines studded with cloves and cinnamon to…
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