Back to basics: planning your cut flower plot – part two

A female gardener tends flowering plants in a raised bed.

In part one of this blog post, we looked at what to consider when selecting a site for your cut flower beds.  If you’ve not already read part one, please do as it includes basic considerations when starting out. Our 7-month cut flower growing course Seed to Vase will take you step by step through the growing season. Join the … Read More

Are you living on Flower Time?

Photo image of two Evening Primrose flowers opening.

Anyone who’s dipped into horticultural history, will know the name of Carl Linnaeus. He was an 18th century Swedish naturalist most famous for classifying all minerals, plants and animals known at that time. You’d think he’d want a long lie down after that, but no – he went on to establish the use of binomial nomenclature for plants which had … Read More