Spring Flowers at Stems of Windsor

Jan with a spring signature bouquet

The winter has been a cold one, with many frosty mornings and minus temperatures. Flowers are stored at 2 – 3 degrees, so they are happy with this weather, but we have not been able to put a display outside the shop.

Silver birch in my garden
View from The Loch and The Tyne

We did enjoy working at The Loch and the Tyne this morning, in the dazzzling sunshine. The beautiful silver birch in my garden looked so lovely, covered in frost.

Spring bouquet with freesia and lily of the valley

Spring flowers tend to be small and dainty. I love the gentle scent of freesia, waxflower, genista and myrtle.
Tulips are best displayed on their own, or with some birch, pussy willow or early blossom. The flower contines to grow in length and oftens bends over, creating an interesting shape.

Mimosa, freesia and pussy willow

Whatever your favourite spring flowers are, yiu cannorder from us at Stems of Windsor.

By janet

Jan founded Stems in London WC1 in 1985, after changing her career as a teacher/translator, & training as a florist in Sweden. Her unique style, inspired by country walks, has been described as natural & wild, but with depth & sophistication. From a simple, tiny posy to grand events at St. James's Palace, Jan loves creating beautiful arrangements.