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, always a welcome sight. Here are some photos to give you a feel for July flowers…..

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Flowers during July may include:

Cynoglossum, mint, blue thistle (eryngium), snapdragons (antirrhinums), scabious, clary sage, (Salvia Horminium), astrantia, calendula, rudbeckia, grasses, amaranthus, annual cornflowers, poppies, yarrow (achillea), sedum, sweet peas, feverfew, hypericum berries, roses, sweet william, astilbe, dahlias, poppies.

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Flower grower florist based in Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria UK creating florals for weddings, events and locally delivered bouquets.