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Cumbrian Grown Flowers Wedding Flowers

Wedding Flowers

Gorgeous, seasonal scented chemical free flowers grown with a lot of love in Cumbria….. If thinking about flowers is new to you, don’t worry! If you don’t know the names, it doesn’t matter. You don’t need to – I’ve got that covered for you! Just …

Cumbrian Grown Flowers

Foam Free Eco & Sustainable Floristry

I thought I’d touch on the topic of “eco floristry” this month. “Eco” is a word that is bandied about a lot at the moment and often inappropriately used but that is a whole subject in itself!  Sustainable or eco floristry is an interesting and …

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Why Use Peat Free Compost?

Recently, while delivering flowers I got talking to a gentleman on the subject of compost. I said “well, I use Dalefoot compost; of course, it’s peat free….” He said, “What is all the fuss about peat free anyway” (or words to that effect”). This was …

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The Flower Farmers’ Big Weekend 2020

The 14th – 16th August 2020 is the Flower Farmer’s Big Weekend, an event organised by Flowers From The Farm. This year, events being as they are, the Big Weekend has gone virtual. This meant getting to grips with video, camera, film editing software and …

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What’s in Season – July

July is proper summer, flowers galore, lots of shapes, textures and colours to choose from, as well as seed pods, foliage and berries. A good month for a wedding! The tail end of July here in Cumbria sees those first few outside dahlias flowering too, …

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May Flowers – a close up

Here is a mini gallery of some of the perennial and biennial flowers that I grow for May flowers…….I hope this helps people who are looking to buy flowers and wonder what’s in season in Cumbria, and couples planning their May weddings who want to …

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