Wednesday, 8 January 2014

A week in......





 ......and the seasons are changing ....for florists anyway!!

We find as soon as Christmas is packed away for another year nobody wants red...... for  a while anyway....it is whites and purples and spring....it as if we are all straining our eyes to see the first snowdrop.....a catkin...or a splash of winter jasmine......we have bulbs in every shape and size at the moment...bringing these lovelies into the house just makes you feel like we are only a whisper away from longer days and bright fresh breezes ..........


In the garden we are making plans.....our nights lately have been filled with a few anxious thoughts as the gales and rain has lashed our poly tunnel and newly planted shrubs...we have had our fingers and toes crossed that all will be OK ....we are busy planting seeds....and have just got the keys to our potting shed next to the garden.....lots to do here!!



This will be our new workshop and from now on our courses will run from here, giving us all a bit more space and allowing  us to de-clutter the shop......we can't wait!!

6 comments:

Mrs Black the shoppe keeping cat said...

Happy New Year! I know what you mean about red after Christmas. I guess the autumnal and Xmassy tones just seem wrong when we hope Spring is around the corner. Your images are gorgeous, and that potting shed is wonderful! x

Georgie Steeds said...

Oh how exciting.....all that space for courses, gardening paraphanalia and well everything!!Can't wait to see it....perhaps when it's a bit warmer and dryer!
xx

Helen said...

So exciting............good luck and keep us posted!
xx

flowers on my table said...

Good luck with all your new plans. Hope the weather hasn't caused too much damage. Love the roses and anemones. Much love, Linda x

Noelle the dreamer said...

New plans and a new year! Congratulations and all the best!
Stunning banner Folks,

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