We ask the experts for their tips on growing your own wedding flowers and sourcing locally grown blooms
Make the most of your space
“If time and space are limited, stick to growing varieties that can’t be sourced from elsewhere. Concentrate on the flowers which work hard for their plot – annuals are great as they will grow again once they’ve been cut. Foliage of all colours and textures is a great way to fill out your arrangements, so, if you have space, grow shrubs. They’re low maintenance and some even have scented flowers in the winter months.” Chloe Plester of Bare Blooms (Image: Pete Cranston)
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