The best of the field. This week we have some Sweet Peas for scent, some snapdragons for long stems and vase life and some butterfly ranunculus for movement, new growth (those buds pop into new flowers) and another great vase life (18 stems)
A bright mix of flowers from field. Blue cynoglossum, orange butterfly ranunculus, sweet peas and watermelon red snapdragons. (18 stems)
Some of the paler tones that are blooming in the field at the moment. We have the first few Clarkia stems, some Cynoglossum, Snappdragons and Sweetpeas (18 stems)
Mainly orange and peach blooms (the pinks are finishing their season), when the central flowers are past their best snip them out and the side shoots will bloom too! (18 stems)
like a long stemmed forget me not! bright blue and pink, the colour fades with age (18 stems)
A flower that brings back memories of grandparents gardens or nostalgic snippets of childhood for so many, there’s nothing quite like the scent of the humble Sweet Pea. We’ve grown soft shades from champagne and blush tinged with lilac or pink edges. The vase life is short and sweet at around 4-5 days (24 stems).
Our second sowing of these special ranunculus are coming into bloom! Much brighter (and bigger) than the first sowing with more hot orange and flecked yellows. (12 stems)
These Snapdragons are unlike any we’ve imported: they have scent (a delicate citrus fragrance) and have ruffled open flowers. A friend described them as mini hollyhocks and she’s spot on. We’ve grown a mix of varieties in warm shades and the flowers also change colour as they age getting paler with each floret that opens. They have a staggering vase life of 7-10 days (sometimes even longer) but you must cut the stems as soon as they arrive! (12 stems)