A September wedding bouquet of cutting garden flowers by Catkin Flowers. From…

FLOWERS: Why you should choose seasonal and English flowers for your wedding

Bouquet Flowers Bride Bridal Large Lilac Wild Ribbon Natural Ethereal Purple Wedding http://www.katherineashdown.co.uk/

Natural & Ethereal Purple Floral Wedding

Bouquet Flowers Bride Bridal Large Lilac Wild Ribbon Natural Ethereal Purple Wedding www.

A day in the life… The Garden Gate Flower Company in Cornwall | The Natural Wedding Company

A Day in the Life ... The Garden Gate Flower Company: heavenly Cornish meadow bouquets amidst the mud and farm life

Spring Wedding Flower Guide

Spring Wedding Flower Guide

Spring Flower Guide Are you planning a spring wedding? If so, this spring flower guide is a must have!

Dramatic displays of flowers, including Beatrice garden roses, Carmel Antique Garden roses, chocolate cosmos, and fall foliage including beech leaves and hops vines celebrated the season.

Dramatic displays of flowers, including Beatrice garden roses, Carmel Antique Garden roses, chocolate cosmos, and fall foliage including beech leaves and hops vines celebrated the season. Florals by Sarah Winward & Hanako Floral Studio

I like the height of the cherry blossom displays

Cherry Blossoms and the Tables They Inspire

British grown summer flowers wedding bouquet by Jennifer Pinder - a florist based in Kent. Pink and peach flowers with touches of burgundy and a silk ribbon by Kate Cullen. The flowers are all British grown and include zinnia, cafe au lait dahlias, foxgloves, scabious and cosmos. A beautiful late summer bouquet.

British Grown Summer Flowers With Dashes of Burgundy (A Day at Green and Gorgeous)

British grown summer flowers wedding bouquet by Jennifer Pinder - a florist based in Kent. The flowers are all British grown and include zinnia, cafe au lait dahlias, foxgloves, scabious and cosmos.

@Christina Childress Tenhundfeld Book: Cut Flower Patch; photo Jason Ingram.

Required Reading: The Cut Flower Patch

Garden flowers - cosmos, scabiosa, nigella pods, grasses - could be put in mason jars for the tables

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