The Flowers

The range of flowers and foliage suitable for cutting is vast and local growers across the country provide many varieties that are not readily available.  There is even the possibility with sufficient notice of requesting Field and Bloom to grow specific varieties of some flowers for the season which is a unique selling point. The flowers available are seasonal and therefore not available all year round. For a chart that summarises the availability of British flowers click here.
The following section summaries the range of flowers and foliage grown by Field and Bloom. More information will be added over the growing season.

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

Perennials

The range of seasonal perennials available includes varieties of the following:

Achillea, Alchemilla, Alstromeria, Ammi, Astrantia, Agapanthus, Dahlia, Delphinium, Echinops, Eryingium, Gypsophila, Lupin, Monarda, Phlox, Roses, Scabious, Solomons seal, Lupin, Verbena and many more.

 

Annuals and Biennials

The range of annuals and biennials available is ever changing and includes the following:

Ageratum, Amaranthus, Cosmos, Cynoglossum, Dill, grasses, Hesperis, Honesty, Larkspur, Nigella, Sunflower, Sweet peas, Sweet William, Zinnia and more.

Bulbs

Bulbs are an important mainstay of British grown cut flowers particularly in spring when they make a huge contribution to the crop of spring cut flowers. Flowers grown include varieties of the following:

Alliums, Anenome, Gladioli, Narcissi, Ranunculus, Tulips, and more.

Foliage

Foliage is a vital element of the cut flower market as foliage is used to provide structure to flower arrangement and bouquets.  Foliage varies widely from tree branches to the feathery foliage of asparagus. Locally grown foliage includes varieties of the following:

Brachyglottis, Cornus, Eucalytus, Forsythia, Pittisporum, Physocarpus, Rosemary, Sarcoccoca, Viburum, Willow, and more.

Get in Touch

Jan Falkingham

The Briars

Burnby Lane

Pocklington

YO42 2QD

Telephone: 07752082766

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The Flowers

The range of flowers and foliage suitable for cutting is vast and local growers across the country provide many varieties that are not readily available.  There is even the possibility of requesting specific varieties for the season which is a unique selling point. The flowers available are seasonal and therefore not available all year round. For a chart that summarises the availability of British flowers click here.

The following section summaries the range of flowers and foliage grown. More information will be added over the growing season.

Spring

Autumn

Summer

Winter

Perennials

The range of seasonal perennials available includes varieties of the following:

Achillia, Alchemilla, Alstromeria, Ammi, Astrantia, Agapanthus, Dahlia, Delpinium, Echinops, Eryingium, Gypsophila, Lupin, Monarda, Phlox, Roses, Scabious, Solomons seal, Lupin, Verbena and many more.

Annuals and Biennials

The range of annuals and biennials available is ever changing and includes the following:

Ageratum, Amaranthus, Cosmos, Cynoglossum, Dill, grasses, Hesperis, Honesty, Larkspur, Nigella, Sunflower, Sweet peas, Sweet William, Zinnia and more.

Bulbs

Bulbs are an important mainstay of British grown cut flowers and include varieties of the following:

Alliums, Anenome, Gladioli, Narcissi, Ranunculus, Tulips, and more.

Foliage

Foliage is a vital element of the cut flower market as foliage is used to provide structure to flower arrangement and bouquets.  Foliage varies widely from tree branches to the feathery foliage of asparagus. Locally grown foliage includes varieties of the following:

Brachyglottis, Cornus, Eucalytus, Forsythia, Pittisporum, Physocarpus, Rosemary, Sarcoccoca, Viburum, Willow, and more.

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