Subtitle Bloom Gardener's Guide: Prepare the ground, sow seed, nurture, harvest, fill your vases

Celestina Robertson
Price $18.00 / £12.99
Description Description "Cel grows her beautiful flowers with art and soul." 
–– Shane Connolly, floral designer and author
Prepare the ground, sow seed, nurture, harvest and fill your home with beautiful flowers.
Growing flowers can bring colour and life to the garden, and also give you an abundance of sustainable floral material to use at home. This handbook shows you how to plan a cutting garden, grow the perfect plants for the vase and nurture them so they thrive from season to season. 
Whether you have a few pots or a dedicated patch, you can grow beautiful blooms and learn how to cut, condition and arrange them for garden-gathered floral designs all year round, all without the carbon footprint of most shop-bought flowers!
Cut Flowers includes a directory of flowers, bulbs and foliage to grow, plus pro advice on creating dreamy designs. This title is from the Bloom Gardener's Guide series, complete and comprehensive gardening handbooks. Bloom is an award-winning independent print magazine for gardeners, plant admirers, nature lovers and outdoor adventurers, and winner of the Garden Publication of the Year at the Garden Media Awards 2021. Other titles in this series include Shade and Pots.
Series Bloom
Format Paperback + Flaps 160 Pages
ISBN 9780711269958
Size5.47 in x 7.80 in / 139.00 mm x 198.00 mm
Published Date April 5th, 2022
Celestina Robertson
Celestina Robertson is the founder of artisan flower farm Forever Green Flower Company based in Norfolk, UK. She is passionate about growing seasonal cut flowers in a sustainable way and has been working in the industry for over 20 years, originally training in horticulture and garden design at Capel Manor College. Her eco-conscious approach extends to her floral arrangements, which are distinctive, seasonal and designed in a ‘garden-gathered’ style. Cel also runs a mentoring service and a series of business workshops for other flower growers.
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