first flower sales

Apr 7, 2021

And just like that, I have flowers for sale. But before I go on can I just talk about our crazy weather! I was watering the plants in a t-shirt and five minutes later was covered in snow, the tulips don’t know whether to grow taller or shrink back inside their bulbs 😂

I already know I’ll need to grow more for next year as it’s week two of sales and looks like I’ve sold every single one of this weeks blooms, I’m thrilled to say the least.

It’s been many months of hard work and to see my little flowers being enjoyed by others is a treat.

In a few months time when the summer flowers come in to bloom I think I will be inundated with flowers and there will be weekly farm gate sales, I’ll advertise these and hopefully get to chat to all you lovely flower lovers. setting up this business during a pandemic has been a lonely old affair and I’m really looking forward to some human interaction and flowery chats.

Please get in touch if you do need flowers. next week will see more anemones, narcissi and the ranunculus will hopefully be blooming too, they are so nearly ready, they’re just waiting for the sunshine to warm their little roots.

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