The January Delivery was a vase of budding twigs, abundance of yet to open daffodils,scented paperwhites and hyacinths, greenery including bay, rosemary and broom.
The delivery for December was a wreath made with glorious mix of local greenery, cones, berries and viburnum, worked on to on a twisted base of locally grown willow.
Finished off with a tartan ribbon … well we are in Scotland!
Here’s what the November delivery looked like, a big bundle of dried and preserved flowers and foliage. Lovely warm tones that will last for months, slowly fading but still retaining textures and structure.
Been working with growers choosing flower seeds for next year, very exciting, the monthly deliveries are going to be amazing!
This autumn bouquet is stuffed with a rich palette of oranges and reds, hypericum berries, Chinese lanterns, hydrangea and anaphalis to name a few.
This month’s delivery is a collection of jars and bottles crammed with a late summer explosion of colour, also scented with additions of lavender, sweet peas, roses, mint, sage and rosemary.