The colour that most springs to mind during Easter has to be yellow. It’s a bright, spring colour and lets not forget all those fluffy little yellow chicks! So, whether you’re giving someone a bouquet, making a centrepiece for dinner or just decorating your home with some Easter flowers, here’s a list of some of our favourite yellow flowers this spring. The yellow oriental lily is a bold and beautiful, in any display. We had to include the daffodil on this… Read more »

“I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.” – William Wordsworth Daffodils are a sure sign of spring and are a great pop of colour after the darker months we’ve had. Once you’ve done a bit of planning ahead and planted your daffodils between September and November, you’re sure… Read more »

I ran across these adorable vases online, I love it!  It’s a ceramic bunny, and the openings are where his ears should be!  I can think of all kinds of wonderful things to make bunny ears from, aspidistra leaves or lily grass, a couple of tulips, or maybe two long alliums for a bunny from outer space! The vases are from the Japanese company Furnish, they are made of porcelain and come in four colours.  Unfortunately, you’ll have to be… Read more »

Following on the success of our Christmas flower arranging workshop, we’ve planned another evening for Easter! We had a great time at the workshops, the small groups enabled us to give everyone plenty of personal instruction, and all of the arrangements looked fantastic.  Everyone seemed to have a great time, and there was a really friendly social atmosphere. For Easter, we’re planning on a really pretty arrangement of spring flowers and foliages, with a natural look.  The workshop is €40… Read more »