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  • Author: Tristan

    5 Flowers to find for July!

    - By Tristan on July 17, 2017, 0 comments

    July is often a peak time for many green-fingered gardeners, with many flowers at their absolute very best for blooming.

    That means there's ample pickings for the house, in a dedicated flower patch, or from your borders. Our latest Bunches Blog takes the opportunity to showcase 5 of the very best, and feel free to comment with any of your own! 

    Delphinium 
    Tall, stately Delphiniums make an eye-catching addition to the back of a border and make stunning cut flowers.
    'Fountain Mixed' (pictured) come in a range of colours.
    Pot Marigold
    Pot marigold (Calendula officinalis) is an easy-to-grow annual. It makes a good companion plant and a lovely cut flower, with other 'hot' coloured plant such as rudbeckias or contrasting with bright blue cornflowers.
    Bupleurum
    The acid green flowers of Bupleurum make a great filler in flower arrangements and look wonderful with a range of colours, including red, orange, white and blue.

     

    Sweet Pea
    Sweet peas such as 'Lady Turral' (pictured) make wonderful cut flowers and have the added bonus of a delicious scent. Keep picking them for more blooms.
    Love-In-A-Mist
    Love-in-a-mist, such as a Nigella damascena 'Miss Jekyll', is a cottage garden favourite. It gives an airy feel to a flower arrangement, and its dried seedheads look attractive too.

    For any growers of these flowers, if you want to send in snaps of your own, we'd love to see them!

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