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Three years ago, Tina Parkes bought a new home and created a floral cutting garden from scratch and with her experience in Floristry and love the botanical; it was an exciting prospect. Three years later she now has a beautiful Garden and every day pops out to pick some beautiful foliage or flower for her floral arrangements.

This week is British Flowers Week 2019 which runs from Monday 10 June to Sunday 16 June 2019, so we have asked Tina to put down her cup of tea and show us how to create a stunning floral design from the harvested flowers and foliage from her cutting garden. We thought it would be a lovely idea for us to film Tina creating this step-by-step design and we hope it will inspire you to have a go at home.

Below is a list of flowers and foliage’s used in the design.

Plants from left to right:

Verbascum,   Nicotiana Antique lime,   Dianthus barbatus,   Physocarpus opulifolius

Plants from left to right:

Lupinus,   Alchemilla mollis,   Heuchera Coral bells,   Digitalis Goldcrest

Plants from left to right:

Pittosporum,   Ornithogalum,   Astilbe Radius,   Diascia Auroa

If you want to learn how to plant your own cutting garden, why not join us in September for our new course, click this link for more details.

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