Where has September gone? Busy busy, loads of annuals blooming away along with all the lovely autumn flowers, but now it's time to sort out the gardens so there are hundreds of plants for sale.
If you're interested, get in touch, and come and load up your vehicle with well grown plants for very reasonable prices. All very good for cutting of course
Solidago - sorry, can't remember the form but it is very upright, very strong, very multi branching, the best for cutting September - October
Rudbeckia goldsturm - black eyed susan August - October
Rudbeckia Juligold - about 3 m tall, incredibly strong even in wind, gorgeous sunflower yellow flowers with green centres August - October
Echinacea purpurea and Echinacea p White Swan
Phlox paniculata - pale purple/dark purple eyes, 2m tall August-September
Lavenders - various
Achillea Moonshine and Achillea pastel colours June-August
Iris sibirica - various May
Aster andenken an Alma Potschke - deep pink September-October
Aster frikartii monch - blue July - October
Sanguisorba obtusa July-August
Sanguisorba obtusa alba July - August
Sunday, 9 September 2012
Emma Searle and Tim Lewy were married at Llantwit Major in June, (with our flowers of course) and are finalists in a wedding of the year comp. Do click the button on the competition site on their behalf!
I'm ashamed to say I didn't even know about this blog, that featured Abi and Tom's lovely relaxed wedding in Usk. Good to have a wholly Welsh affair!
And here are pix from Filipa and Dan's big day from the big bouquet wedding blog - this was another mail order wedding, we supplied some loose flowers, ready made posies to pop into their table jars and jugs, and all bouquets and buttonholes. Mail order weddings really do work!