I started growing flowers in 2011 with a deep love of nature, and inspired by the wealth and colours of the flowers available to us that grow freely in this climate.
With an awareness of the plight of the honey bee in mind, my first plan had been simply to grow flowers for pollinators and collect honey, but the plan grew and so did the garden, and now here we are, growing beautiful flowers to cut for all the different ways of celebrating the abundance and joy that life offers.
All the flowers that we grow are grown without the use of harmful chemicals or heated glass houses in order to lessen the impact that we have on the earths resources. The soil is fed naturally by compost made on site, and we encourage wildlife as part of our overall management plan. We do this because we care about the future of the planet and the future for our children and we believe that you do too.