Whats Happening on the Farm

Keep up to date with my monthly blog posts on all things floral realted.

May 11, 2020

What a start to the year we have all had. Global Pandemic resulting in life as we know it to alter.  Entire countries locked down globally, financial crisis and millions left unemployed, worldwide, travel bans, loved ones lost, weddings cancelled, co...

March 6, 2020

This Spring I'm teaming up with Caroline from Coco and Roses, where we will be holding several seasonal cooking and floral workshops.

Hosted by Caroline in her beautiful home in Chittoe, come and learn about  seasonal cakes, salads and canapes, or how...

March 6, 2020

Winter has been a great time to reflect on the previous season.

It is also a great time to catch up on Blog posts, as I got rather busy last year with weddings and workshops and neglected my writing duties to talk about all the wonderful flowers we gr...

June 13, 2019

This is a very late post as Spring has been and gone and summer seems to have arrived, although this week in June as I write, it's a very wet and soggy affair! 

Though what better time is there than on a wet, damp day where you can't do too much outsi...

March 5, 2019

February and March are not usually though of as months when people traditionally get married, though there is a big move towards these 'off season' months as many things such as venue hire charges among other things are much more affordable. 

So...

January 23, 2019

January. A month many loathe, as the busy hustle and bustle of Christmas and the festive season is long over, and we must drag ourselves back to reality.

I find Christmas a hard time as I'm usually running on adrenaline the months of November and Dece...

January 18, 2019

Not very aptly named as it is now the middle of January, but despite that I wanted to share with you some of my favourite bits from the festive season just passed.

The Wreath........

I find it very relaxing to construct a wreath, you get to be creative...

November 4, 2018

It all started last winter when I got a load of reduced tulip bulbs and planted them in various spots in my garden in early January, hoping they would make some sort of appearance come spring. I already had quite a prolific spring border, but I had d...

October 11, 2018

Whilst on a lovely country walk with my 3 year old and dog, I decided there was so much beautiful natural foliage and dried seed heads lining the bridleway, it gave me the inspiration to attempt and experiment with some foam free wall installations u...

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