New Wives Club #5: how to grow your own cut flowers - what to grow - The Natural Wedding Company
The idea of growing your own cut flowers seems to be popular at the moment, with many of us dreaming of a small patch of ground dedicated to our own supply of pretty blooms that we can raid to decorate ours homes. The most difficult part, I find, is translating that dream into a reality. In a bid to get myself a small patch of cut flowers, and to encourage and help you to as well, I’ve enlisted the help of Chloe from BareBlooms to share some of her tips on how to start your own cutting…
VEGETABLE GARDENING INSPIRATION. THIS YEAR'S PLANNING HAS BEGUN.
Dear Diary, Today is March 10th and I'm worried I've left planning this year's vegetable garden too late. At this rate I might never catch up. What if May 14th rolls around and I'm not ready to plant anything and I have a nervous breakdown and I don't grow any
Behind the Scenes: Cut Flower Garden
Dahlia bed; Photo: Tom Story More Videos From Sunset For our March 2015 feature story, we turned the Sunset Test Garden into a miniature flower farm. If you’re curious, check out our planning process and some of our pictures along the way. Photo above: Linda Lamb Peters, Photo below: Tom Story The area of the Sunset Test Garden by the […]