A calendar of seasonal flowers

I grow flowers that are seasonal and naturally thrives in our soils and climate as it is good for nature and is more sustainable and better for the environment. Locally grown flowers have no ‘flower airmiles’ and no carbon footprint.

My Calendar of Seasonal Flowers will give you an idea of some of the varieties of flowers blooming through the different months of the year.

I may source British grown flowers from other trusted and reputable growers should the weather delay or harm my flowers or if i am flowering your large event.

Early Spring flowers

Anemones

Anemones

Forsythia

Forsythia

Fritillaria

Fritillaria

Hyacinth

Hyacinth

Muscari

Muscari

Narcissus

Narcissus

Tulips

Tulips

Hellebores

Hellebores

Late Spring flowers

  • Antirrhinum

  • Lupin

  • Narcissus

  • Peony

  • Ranunculas

  • Sweet Willliams

  • Tulip

Early Summer flowers

  • Antirrhinum

  • Astrantia

  • Cornflower

  • Cosmos

  • Delphinium

  • Foxgloves

  • Larkspur

  • Roses

  • Statice

  • Stocks

  • Sweet Peas

Late Summer flowers

  • Ammi

  • Dahlia

  • Phlox

  • Nigella

  • Sunflowers

  • Hydrangea

  • Roses

  • Scabious

  • Lobelia

  • Zinnia

Early Autumn flowers

  • Aster

  • Chrysanthemum

  • Crocosmia

  • Dahlia

  • Hydrangea

  • Phlox

  • Roses

  • Rudbeckia

  • Scabious

  • Sunflowers

  • Zinnia

Late Autumn flowers

  • Anemone

  • Aster

  • Chrysanthemum

  • Crocosmia

  • Nerines

  • Physalis

  • Rudbeckia

  • Zinnia

Winter flowers

  • Amarylis

  • Chrysanthemum

  • Hellebore

  • Holly

  • Hyacinth

  • Ivy

  • Narcissi

  • Sarcococca