Spring flowers and which flowers are available in March

Blossom and camellia with clematis and hawthorn branches

I’m lucky enought to have this beautiful blossom and camellia growing in my garden, and loved this combination using pale mauve clematis.
Clematis is a great addition to cut flowers available all year round. Although they flower naturally in the garden from June, they look lovely with the small and dainty spring flowers in terms of size and their wild-looking appearance.

Flower bottles in mauve and white

At the height of fashion, these little clusters of flower bottles looking very natural and wild. We’ve used astilbe, clematis, ranunculus, astrantia and roses. A little Green bell and eucalyptus brings some soft green.

Pink and white rose bouquet

This hand tied bouquet of tightly tied Memory Lane and Athena roses was loved by the client.

We were asked to make two of these beautiful bouquets for performers at The Royal Opera House this week.

We used calla lilies, Buttercup roses, astilbe, gypsophila, astrantia and purple lisianthus. The effect was rich and deep, with complex textures and colour.

We didn’t know what to expect this week, with panic over the Corona virus, and many people working from home, but it’s been a busy one.

We’re based in Holborn, central London, so a very busy part of London!

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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.