The houseplant of the month for July is a classic:  the rose!   Rosa is an old Latin plant name for the rose. Potted roses are part of this family, and as such they symbolise love, passion, unity and friendship. The primary association with roses is with cut flowers, but potted roses offer the same romantic mood and emotion. Roses originate from the northern hemisphere, particularly China and Europe. The name ‘rose’ is derived from the Celtic word ‘rhodd’, which… Read more »

  We are so excited to have our flowers featured on the gorgeous wedding inspiration blog, Style Me Pretty!  Bo and Talbot’s beautiful Tipperary wedding is being featured in their Destination Weddings section, thanks to the wonderful talents of photographer Lisa O’Dwyer.  Love love love her work and we are so delighted to share the honour with everyone! Do have a look at the full set of photos on SMP, lots more beautiful photography including shots of the stunning venue,… Read more »

We’ve been really busy with weddings the last few weeks, working hard to post photos of all the designs we’ve come up with lately!  Just love how these really vintage-y, petite little bouquets came out, with matching buttonholes featuring feathery limonium and astrantia.  The bouquets feature ranunculus, anemone, and roses and are a great late spring/early summer combination.  This style would work just as well with summer flowers, lavender would be great in these! More new photos in our wedding… Read more »

We did the most beautiful spring wedding flowers last week, the bride chose this vibrant combination of anemone, tulips, and roses, and they turned out so amazing!  The bridesmaid wore cobalt blue, and the matching ribbon just made the colours pop, just stunning. Anemone are a great choice for spring weddings, great value and come in brilliant bright colours as well as the popular white variety with the black centre.  Perfect for all the navy and royal blue bridesmaids’ dresses… Read more »