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  • 214 14 23 hours ago
  • Easter Bank Holiday Monday. 
It's a beautiful morning, promising to be warm and sunny again. The unseasonally warm weather has brought the bluebells out, and I'm surrounded by birdsong. Not too shabby, even if I am working the bank holiday. 
Enjoy the day, whatever you happen to be doing. X
  • Easter Bank Holiday Monday.
    It's a beautiful morning, promising to be warm and sunny again. The unseasonally warm weather has brought the bluebells out, and I'm surrounded by birdsong. Not too shabby, even if I am working the bank holiday.
    Enjoy the day, whatever you happen to be doing. X
  • 110 2 3 hours ago
  • A couple of shots of a lot of Ranunculus at dusk.
  • A couple of shots of a lot of Ranunculus at dusk.
  • 721 32 20 April, 2019
  • Full on Spring over here!! Feeling inspired and delighted! Everything in this photo is bursting in bloom at our farm right now! Such a great snapshot of the season! 🧡🧡
  • Full on Spring over here!! Feeling inspired and delighted! Everything in this photo is bursting in bloom at our farm right now! Such a great snapshot of the season! 🧡🧡
  • 815 11 20 hours ago
  • Happiness is a trolley full of flowers 💖
  • Happiness is a trolley full of flowers 💖
  • 145 5 5 hours ago
  • From bud to bloom! 🍃
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This is a #DuchessdeNemours #peony demonstrating the before and after stage that we ship our #peonies in. 🍃
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Our #familyfarm ships a box of peony buds overnight to your door and in the next 24 hours they bloom in your vase, ready for the big event (or just peony appreciation)! Shipping is July-August but we are already taking orders!
  • From bud to bloom! 🍃
    🍃
    This is a #DuchessdeNemours #peony demonstrating the before and after stage that we ship our #peonies in. 🍃
    🍃
    Our #familyfarm ships a box of peony buds overnight to your door and in the next 24 hours they bloom in your vase, ready for the big event (or just peony appreciation)! Shipping is July-August but we are already taking orders!
  • 503 5 9 April, 2019

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  • Happy Easter everyone. Liz Fitzgerald here from @bizzylizziesflowers I'm delighted to be hosting the @flowerfarmersireland account this week. Bizzy Lizzies Flowers is located just outside Dunmore East village in Co. Waterford. For myself and most flower farmers this is a really busy time of year, sowing succession seeds, potting up and generally doing a lot of minding of the growing young seedlings, which will be blooming in a very short time!!! Right now I'm getting ready for the season ahead, which in truth has already started, what with fulfilling orders for individual bouquets, bouquet subscriptions, and of course meeting with customers to discuss the choice of flowers for their upcoming weddings.  Whilst flowers are an essential ingredient in what we do, the other all important component is foliage. When I first came to live in this wonderful part of the country, way back in 1998, I planted lots of bare root trees primarily to create a shelter belt. Once that was established I was free to plant more specimen trees. I am happy to say that the resulting foliage plays a huge part in what I do. Trees like Cherry, Italian Alder, Spindle, Eucalyptus, Hornbeam, Sorbus, and Beech to name but a few. When I'm creating a bouquet, celebratory wreath, or a wedding arch, I always start with the foliage as for me they help to form the necessary framework for what is to follow. The pic shows an Easter wreath, made up of wild cherry, and Sorbus with a few beautiful ranunculus/narcissi thrown in for good measure. Back again on Wednesday, have a lovely Easter Monday. #locallygrown #seasonalflowers #grownnotflown #easter #photography #florists #flowerfarmer
  • Happy Easter everyone. Liz Fitzgerald here from @bizzylizziesflowers I'm delighted to be hosting the @flowerfarmersireland account this week. Bizzy Lizzies Flowers is located just outside Dunmore East village in Co. Waterford. For myself and most flower farmers this is a really busy time of year, sowing succession seeds, potting up and generally doing a lot of minding of the growing young seedlings, which will be blooming in a very short time!!! Right now I'm getting ready for the season ahead, which in truth has already started, what with fulfilling orders for individual bouquets, bouquet subscriptions, and of course meeting with customers to discuss the choice of flowers for their upcoming weddings. Whilst flowers are an essential ingredient in what we do, the other all important component is foliage. When I first came to live in this wonderful part of the country, way back in 1998, I planted lots of bare root trees primarily to create a shelter belt. Once that was established I was free to plant more specimen trees. I am happy to say that the resulting foliage plays a huge part in what I do. Trees like Cherry, Italian Alder, Spindle, Eucalyptus, Hornbeam, Sorbus, and Beech to name but a few. When I'm creating a bouquet, celebratory wreath, or a wedding arch, I always start with the foliage as for me they help to form the necessary framework for what is to follow. The pic shows an Easter wreath, made up of wild cherry, and Sorbus with a few beautiful ranunculus/narcissi thrown in for good measure. Back again on Wednesday, have a lovely Easter Monday. #locallygrown #seasonalflowers #grownnotflown #easter #photography #florists #flowerfarmer
  • 1 0 1 minute ago
  • Such a gorgeous Easter wedding! Lantern flowers for Stephanie and Carlo by Flower Bird.
  • Such a gorgeous Easter wedding! Lantern flowers for Stephanie and Carlo by Flower Bird.
  • 5 1 21 minutes ago
  • ✼ Primrose =  Little Dame.  What primroses lack in stature they make up for in significance. In the late nineteenth century Primrose Dames ran social and community events, considered now forerunners to the women's suffrage movement.
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✼ Flower Notes:
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✼ Character:  Youthful, Hopeful, Vivacious.
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✼ Symbolic:  Spring, Female empowerment
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✼ Edible: Yes, raw as leaves in salads, or coated with sugar, to decorate cakes. Also once used medicinally.  Primroses now come in a rainbow of hues (over 600 species) but they all have one thing in common - like an egg -  a golden yellow centre.
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✼ Native:  You likely know  Primula Vulgaris, the pale yellow variety mostly found in woodlands, hedgerows and old stone walls.  Once integral to our Springtime rituals and festivals, from Mother's Day through to Mayday, to decorate homes and churches. Now a protected species, it's illegal to pick them.
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✼ Scent: There are scented varieties. Bees and butterflies love them. . ✼ Cultural: How many flowers are connected to a British prime minister? Primroses are with Benjamin Disraeli (Conservative, 1874-1880). April 19th, the day he died, became Primrose Day after his long time friend and confidante Queen Victoria, sent a wreath of primroses to his funeral with the message; "His favourite flowers: from Osborne (House): a tribute of affectionate regard from Queen Victoria". Two years later the Primrose League was founded to promote his idea of Toryism (lasting for more than a century, it disbanded in 2004). Hugely popular the League attracted many women who became known as Primrose Dames.  For many women this was their first experience of politics and, it's thought, instrumental in raising awareness of their own disenfranchisement. .
✼ Cut flower: Yes, Spring in a jam jar.
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✼  I can't think of a time I've worn a yellow dress - which is a shame they look rather fabulous.  How about you - are you a yellow wearer?
  • ✼ Primrose =  Little Dame.  What primroses lack in stature they make up for in significance. In the late nineteenth century Primrose Dames ran social and community events, considered now forerunners to the women's suffrage movement.
    .
    ✼ Flower Notes:
    .
    ✼ Character:  Youthful, Hopeful, Vivacious.
    .
    ✼ Symbolic:  Spring, Female empowerment
    .
    ✼ Edible: Yes, raw as leaves in salads, or coated with sugar, to decorate cakes. Also once used medicinally.  Primroses now come in a rainbow of hues (over 600 species) but they all have one thing in common - like an egg -  a golden yellow centre.
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    ✼ Native:  You likely know  Primula Vulgaris, the pale yellow variety mostly found in woodlands, hedgerows and old stone walls.  Once integral to our Springtime rituals and festivals, from Mother's Day through to Mayday, to decorate homes and churches. Now a protected species, it's illegal to pick them.
    .
    ✼ Scent: There are scented varieties. Bees and butterflies love them. . ✼ Cultural: How many flowers are connected to a British prime minister? Primroses are with Benjamin Disraeli (Conservative, 1874-1880). April 19th, the day he died, became Primrose Day after his long time friend and confidante Queen Victoria, sent a wreath of primroses to his funeral with the message; "His favourite flowers: from Osborne (House): a tribute of affectionate regard from Queen Victoria". Two years later the Primrose League was founded to promote his idea of Toryism (lasting for more than a century, it disbanded in 2004). Hugely popular the League attracted many women who became known as Primrose Dames.  For many women this was their first experience of politics and, it's thought, instrumental in raising awareness of their own disenfranchisement. .
    ✼ Cut flower: Yes, Spring in a jam jar.
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    ✼  I can't think of a time I've worn a yellow dress - which is a shame they look rather fabulous.  How about you - are you a yellow wearer?
  • 7 1 1 hour ago
  • The easter bonanza 🐣🐰🌷🌸🌼
  • The easter bonanza 🐣🐰🌷🌸🌼
  • 106 8 2 hours ago
  • Nigella giving me all the oomph
  • Nigella giving me all the oomph
  • 24 1 3 hours ago
  • What a lovely bunch heading straight for the refrigerator 😍! I‘m so glad that I get to store these as I don’t have a use for them all at once.
  • What a lovely bunch heading straight for the refrigerator 😍! I‘m so glad that I get to store these as I don’t have a use for them all at once.
  • 15 1 3 hours ago
  • Springy arrangement with beautiful tulips from @nettlewoodflowers 
The caramel coloured "Belle Epoque" has to be my fav 💫
  • Springy arrangement with beautiful tulips from @nettlewoodflowers
    The caramel coloured "Belle Epoque" has to be my fav 💫
  • 59 8 3 hours ago
  • Easter Bank Holiday Monday. 
It's a beautiful morning, promising to be warm and sunny again. The unseasonally warm weather has brought the bluebells out, and I'm surrounded by birdsong. Not too shabby, even if I am working the bank holiday. 
Enjoy the day, whatever you happen to be doing. X
  • Easter Bank Holiday Monday.
    It's a beautiful morning, promising to be warm and sunny again. The unseasonally warm weather has brought the bluebells out, and I'm surrounded by birdsong. Not too shabby, even if I am working the bank holiday.
    Enjoy the day, whatever you happen to be doing. X
  • 110 2 3 hours ago
  • Nothing like a flower petal confetti throw to celebrate this fabulous outback wedding of Greta + Matty. We had an unlimited supply of foraged gum greenery from the local area brought in by the groom’s father and his band of helpers in the days leading up to the wedding. The variety of gums compliment our beautiful blooms which travelled happily 14 hours overnight on the bus (thanks to our suppliers) before we began processing and preparing them for the wedding day setup.  Some of the gum was also cut from the roadside en-route - I never travel without seceteurs in case I find a fabulous foraging opportunity!  I love these big country weddings but they are no small exercise in planning and execution to pull everything together and a merry team of helpers are all part of how we work for remote weddings! The creative process starts long before and the checklist to ensure all areas are covered and nothing is forgotten is long. The ability to re-think a design quickly on the ground, when changes occur beyond our control, is all part of what you should look for when choosing a team to create gorgeous, abundant florals for your very special wedding day. Photography: @annatomlinsonphotography  Florals @happinessisagarden #outbackweddings #countryweddings #nativebouquets #kingproteas #dust #bloomsinadrought #weddinginspo #toowoombaflorist #travelswithseceteurs #weddingshoes #blacktiewedding #seasonalflowers #foragedgreens #florandaflowers
  • Nothing like a flower petal confetti throw to celebrate this fabulous outback wedding of Greta + Matty. We had an unlimited supply of foraged gum greenery from the local area brought in by the groom’s father and his band of helpers in the days leading up to the wedding. The variety of gums compliment our beautiful blooms which travelled happily 14 hours overnight on the bus (thanks to our suppliers) before we began processing and preparing them for the wedding day setup. Some of the gum was also cut from the roadside en-route - I never travel without seceteurs in case I find a fabulous foraging opportunity! I love these big country weddings but they are no small exercise in planning and execution to pull everything together and a merry team of helpers are all part of how we work for remote weddings! The creative process starts long before and the checklist to ensure all areas are covered and nothing is forgotten is long. The ability to re-think a design quickly on the ground, when changes occur beyond our control, is all part of what you should look for when choosing a team to create gorgeous, abundant florals for your very special wedding day. Photography: @annatomlinsonphotography Florals @happinessisagarden #outbackweddings #countryweddings #nativebouquets #kingproteas #dust #bloomsinadrought #weddinginspo #toowoombaflorist #travelswithseceteurs #weddingshoes #blacktiewedding #seasonalflowers #foragedgreens #florandaflowers
  • 67 0 4 hours ago
  • Rise and Shine it’s Tulip picking time!

Hi, I’m Claire from Plantpassion, and this is me, this time last year picking Tulips. I’m actually picking almost the same varieties this morning, and as the sun has been out over the Easter weekend there are plenty of them to pick, and they need to be done in the cool of the morning, every morning, before they open.
I’m a flower farmer in East Clandon in Surrey. I’m about 20miles outside of London, but most of my customers are a lot more local than that. This is my seventh season of flower farming, my 14th season of self employment, and I’ve been in horticulture for 27 years now. 
Although I love the growing of flowers, my background in Plant Centre retail has stood me in good stead for the selling of flowers, which is actually a larger part of my job. This morning I’m contacting all my local customers to encourage them to come and buy the lovely Tulips, Ranunculus, Anemones, Cerinthe, Narcissus and others that are currently making the field full of flower. It’s a sight I hate, I want a field that’s had all the flowers picked and a barn that’s full of beautiful blooms that my customers love. Right, got to get on, I’ll tell you more about @Plantpassion later #flowerfromthefarm #surreyhills #tuliptime #instaflowers #fieldofblooms #seasonalflowers #grownnotflown #plantpassion photo by @emmadaviesphoto
  • Rise and Shine it’s Tulip picking time!

    Hi, I’m Claire from Plantpassion, and this is me, this time last year picking Tulips. I’m actually picking almost the same varieties this morning, and as the sun has been out over the Easter weekend there are plenty of them to pick, and they need to be done in the cool of the morning, every morning, before they open.
    I’m a flower farmer in East Clandon in Surrey. I’m about 20miles outside of London, but most of my customers are a lot more local than that. This is my seventh season of flower farming, my 14th season of self employment, and I’ve been in horticulture for 27 years now.
    Although I love the growing of flowers, my background in Plant Centre retail has stood me in good stead for the selling of flowers, which is actually a larger part of my job. This morning I’m contacting all my local customers to encourage them to come and buy the lovely Tulips, Ranunculus, Anemones, Cerinthe, Narcissus and others that are currently making the field full of flower. It’s a sight I hate, I want a field that’s had all the flowers picked and a barn that’s full of beautiful blooms that my customers love. Right, got to get on, I’ll tell you more about @Plantpassion later #flowerfromthefarm #surreyhills #tuliptime #instaflowers #fieldofblooms #seasonalflowers #grownnotflown #plantpassion photo by @emmadaviesphoto
  • 290 18 5 hours ago
  • Happiness is a trolley full of flowers 💖
  • Happiness is a trolley full of flowers 💖
  • 145 5 5 hours ago
  • Beauty in every sip.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Book our studio for a private event, special occasion or celebration. We're here to make your day beautiful. 🌸 #AmeStudioUAE #AlSerkalAvenue
  • Beauty in every sip.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Book our studio for a private event, special occasion or celebration. We're here to make your day beautiful. 🌸 #AmeStudioUAE #AlSerkalAvenue
  • 39 1 5 hours ago
  • Сегодня всю ночь снилось как готовлю тесто для торта...
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Ведь вчера у меня он не получился.☹️😁
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А вам что снилось сегодня?
А у вас бывали вещие сны? У меня да! Ну прям да! Или почему четко были ощущения, что я видела этот момент?!
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Розы уральские. Waiting for you.🌱🌸🙌🏻☀️
#jennyorangeflowers
  • Сегодня всю ночь снилось как готовлю тесто для торта...

    Ведь вчера у меня он не получился.☹️😁

    А вам что снилось сегодня?
    А у вас бывали вещие сны? У меня да! Ну прям да! Или почему четко были ощущения, что я видела этот момент?!

    Розы уральские. Waiting for you.🌱🌸🙌🏻☀️
    #jennyorangeflowers
  • 41 6 5 hours ago
  • Anyone else feeling uncomfortably full from delicious food throughout the day? 
I feel ya. 
I hope your Easter Day was a good one. 🌿
  • Anyone else feeling uncomfortably full from delicious food throughout the day?
    I feel ya.
    I hope your Easter Day was a good one. 🌿
  • 85 7 7 hours ago
  • Blossoms in Bushwick
  • Blossoms in Bushwick
  • 24 2 7 hours ago
  • Scenes of Astoria.
  • Scenes of Astoria.
  • 19 2 8 hours ago
  • First signs of spring popping up 🌸
  • First signs of spring popping up 🌸
  • 15 2 8 hours ago
  • Patiently awaiting hydrangea season...
  • Patiently awaiting hydrangea season...
  • 14 1 8 hours ago
  • This season’s trend color 🌞🌞🌞
  • This season’s trend color 🌞🌞🌞
  • 16 1 8 hours ago
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  • 29 1 9 hours ago
  • Out with the old, in with the new. Last season’s grasses, hydrangeas, and branches mixed with spring.
#springy #aseasonalshift
  • Out with the old, in with the new. Last season’s grasses, hydrangeas, and branches mixed with spring.
    #springy #aseasonalshift
  • 2,085 38 10 hours ago