An afternoon of garden roses.

Yesterday I was let loose in another fabulous garden with my secateurs. This time to teach a very lovely group of ladies how to use the flowers and foliage from their gardens to make fabulous dinner party arrangements.
We cut alliums, angelica, alchemilla, clematis, pinks, poppies, herbs and the most exquisite garden roses.

All washed down with cups of tea and a coffee and walnut cake! I was given the most beautiful selection of garden roses, which now very proudly sit on my bedside table. As a florist it is a very rare thing to receive flowers, (when I say rare I mean never) so it was particularly lovely, and I hope it is a trend that continues. Look out for details of our new flower courses coming soon.

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