Come and join us, Government guidelines permitting, and learn how to make a Christmas wreath to hang on your door or wall.
This is a dried flower wreath, but for Christmas, we like to use blue pine, cones, dried apple, orange and cinnamon with seasonal twigs and cones
We’ve been preparing our Christmas window with wreath and fairy lights. We have a great selection of plants and pots that make lovely Christmas gifts
Lockdown has honed people’s appreciation of both good health and nature, so plants willl be a popular gift choice this year, with their healthy, healing properties.
Our classes will be held in Sicilian Avenue, Bloomsbury. A demo will be given, using a wire frame with moss, and the pine and decorations will be added to the wreath. If you prefer to make a table arrangement, we will also demonstrate this.
You will then design and make your own wreath under supervision. You will be delighted with the result!
The weather has been amazing for the time of year. The swans, geese and ducks on the Thames in Windsor have been missing the swarms of tourists who usually feed them. We’ve made a few trips with some bread.
I can’t believe we’re still picking raspberries in the garden in November! Everything home grown just tastes so much better!
Call us on 07932 052411 if you’d like to join us for a wreath making workshop, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The highlight of the week was the preparation of red rose displays for a marriage proposal at a bar in Soho. Red roses everywhere, and rose petals strewn over the tables, I would have loved to have seen her face!
Tower Bridge with Pink Clouds
I wonder how many people were lucky enough to experience this beautiful sky over Tower Bridge last week. Our floral designs are inspired by nature, using the colours and textures we see.
This beautiful sanseveria plant arrived from Holland this week. A plant like this can transform a space.
If you prefer a softer look, this close relative fits the bill. Both require little water and can cope with low light.
It was the anniversary of an event we were a part of at The Sloane Club in Chelsea this week. Hosted by Country Life, there was a talk by Gerit Quealy, author of Botanical Shakespeare. We foraged many of the flowers mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays, and had great fun arranging them. These little mushrooms were my favourites, along with the burdock.
The streets are slowly getting busier, restaurants are opening, and the Government is encouraging companies to bring their staff back to the office, in a cautious manner.
If we can help you with any floral or plant requirements, give us a call.