Summer begins on May Day Copy

The jingle of Morris bells and the flutter of pastel coloured ribbons and green laurel adorning front doors on the warmer days confirms May Day is upon us. Although Summer is generally thought to start in June, traditionally May Day is the festival that signifies the...

Summer begins on May Day

The jingle of Morris bells and the flutter of pastel coloured ribbons and green laurel adorning front doors on the warmer days confirms May Day is upon us. Although Summer is generally thought to start in June, traditionally May Day is the festival that signifies the...

Mother’s Day is for the Kids

Have you noticed we are suddenly surrounded by colour?  The daffodils are in bloom, the tulips are waving their heads in the breeze, from whites and yellows, through reds, pinks and purples.  The growing warmth is urging on the Spring flowers which are full of colour...

Valentine Be Mine

“My love is like a red red rose…” so says Robert Burns.  A red rose is the recognised symbol of love, a single red rose or six long stems are the usual choices. You could be traditional or you could let your imagination create a unique bouquet in...

Lots of reasons to celebrate!

I wrote last month about the anniversary of getting the keys for the shop and how we can celebrate anniversaries with flowers, well I have another anniversary this month – the day I opened the doors to my customers – 25th October 2020.  People may have...