7.2.19 The first flower of the year

The relief at seeing snowdrops beginning to pop up around the farm is unreal – a new year of fresh flowers, new varieties, new locations and lots of hard work. The shoots of crocus and Siberian squill are starting to pop up too in the garden, pushing up the long grass of the garden. Once…

3.2.19

Evening all. Sorry I’ve been a bit inactive recently, I had my first trade fair at the SEC and I have been busy dispatching orders and creating. I’ve also been feeling a bit down lately as I am in desperate need of some sunshine, some flowers and I am anticipating the start of Spring so…

7.11.18 New for November

Hi folks, Hope your November is going well. I’ve been working around the clock to get my online shops up to standard for Christmas which is not an easy feat when you make every item, photograph every item and package every item! Nonetheless the business is my pride and joy and if you aren’t completely…

Wednesday 24th October 2018

I decided that this morning I was going to take an hour to myself and go for a walk, refresh my brain and collect whatever botanicals I could to stock up for Winter before I begin a 10 hour batch of resin. Once I start, its hard to stop as I sit and perfect each…

Working with National Trust Scotland at Inverewe Gardens 24.8.18

Hi folks, apologies for being a bit behind on social media recently, I love writing to my customers and keeping you guys updated – sometimes I get wrapped up in either travelling or making and go into my own world. I’m always thinking of new flowers to use and how they can be used, how…

29.7.18

A quick venture to Dunkeld Forest to collect some mosses from the forest floor and fallen logs. Its hard to describe the sense of peace, excitement and a slightly fairy-tale vibe that Dunkeld gives off – it really is unlike any other forest I have ever experienced and the sense of magic really gets you…

Monday 23rd July 2018

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