We grow all our flowers from seed, corms, bulbs or cuttings. Many of our flowers, like sweet peas, cornflowers and dahlias are traditional cottage garden varieties.
Our flowers are all freshly cut to order and are sold to:
- Brides who wish to arrange their ceremonial flowers on a DIY basis.
- Wholesale to selected florists and retailers in the local Sussex area.
- Independent Floral Designers.
- Event organisers wishing to arrange their own floral displays.
We specialise in traditional and unusual varieties, which make fabulous cut flowers, but which you will rarely find in a standard florist. Granny’s bonnets, the obedient plant, cupid’s dart and ping-pong scabious are just some of our evocatively-named flowers which are sure to prove a talking-point.
We are also expanding our edible flowers which include, violas, pansy, lavender, calendula, snapdragon, gladioli, cornflower and many more varieties.
Here is just a small selection of what we have available through the seasons:
Narcissi, Tulips, Euphorbia, Aquilegia, Ladies Mantle, Calendula, Anemone, Muscari, Gladioli, Love in a Mist, Broom, Snowdrop, Bluebells, Wallflower, Ranunculus, Cornflower,Hyacinth
Sweet Pea, Sweet William, Alchemilla, Cornflower, Achillea, Larkspur, Dill, Ammi, Gypsophila, Cosmos, Scabious, Astilbe, Sunflower, Dahlia, Zinnia, Bells of Ireland, Snapdragon
Dahlia, Amaranthus, Zinnia, Verbena, Eryngium, Fennel, Hydrangea, Willow, Eucalyptus, Cosmos, Chrysanthemum, Rudbeckia
If you are a local florist or wedding and event planner, please contact us to receive an up-to-date price and availability list, sent weekly from early April.
To see more of our flowers take a look at our Pinterest boards. Most of the boards are by month so you can see photos taken of our flowers in season as they are growing on the farm. There are additional boards showcasing our buckets of flowers and also photos sent in to us from our very happy customers!