Like yellow stars, the daffodils have been bursting open in the flower beds. On my daily checks of the garden, I notice new buds growing full and lush and then by natures alchemy the next day open to reveal their happy little faces. I’ve forgotten what I planted where, so always surprised to see the different varieties again.

The season starts with the bright yellow classic daffodils, they get a bad rep in favour of their soft toned friends but I LOVE them. I love how they seem so comfortable just being their yellow-y selves. They always bring a smile to my face, even more so last week as I gathered my first crop just in time for a few Mothers Day bouquets and this easy going table I set for the Mama’s in my life.

The garden is started to gather pace now and I am so looking forward to seeing where this year takes me…If you are looking for locally grown Essex flowers for your table or just because please get in touch as I’m beginning to have enough to work with and I’d love to work with you.

Narcissi
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  • Cherry Blossom
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  • Daffodils in the spring sunshine
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