December 29, 2017

Hellebores also known as the Christmas rose or Lenten rose have to be one of my favourite winter flowers. They seem to lift the spirits and give a little tease of what will follow in the garden in the coming months.

The other reason why I love hellebores is their range...

December 18, 2017

After a busy, busy few weeks I'm so looking forward to Christmas dinner it's one of the highlights of the festive season for me. But, Christmas dinner isn't complete without my mums cranberry sauce! It's so easy to make and also nutritional as well so will help ease th...

Annabelle Everard, interior designer for Annabelle Holland Design and Sarah from Pod & Pip have teamed up to create a vintage inspired table setting ready for Christmas with the family.

Christmas is the time of year which turns our attention to decorating the home with...

October 27, 2017

One of the lovely things about Christmas is the run up to the festive day and all the fun preparation you can turn your hand to. One of my favourite jobs is to make a Christmas door wreath, there is nothing more satisfying than being welcomed to your door by your very...

October 19, 2017

With a long winter ahead its great to have something to look forward to. Planting tulips is one of those jobs I enjoy as I know there will be a bloom of colour in the coming months which is well worth the wait! There are a huge number of varieties and colours of tulips...

October 11, 2017

Hydrangeas are one of my favourite flowers, they have abundant heads of large blooms which come in a variety of eye-catching colours through the seasons, from candy pinks and fresh whites in the summer, through to rustic reds and dusky blues in the winter. The beauty o...

September 28, 2017

Limited budget but need to make some flower arrangements for an event or even brighten your own home?  Now is the time to start exploring the countryside! Autumn I think is a great time of year for foraging as the hedgerows and woods are laiden with an array of foliage...

September 7, 2017

Having recently moved house and inherited a number of different apple trees around the garden and paddock we now have a lovely crop of apples which include Bramley, Cox, Beauty of Bath, Russet and Ellison' Orange. So now is the perfect time to make the easiest and most...

August 25, 2017

Autumn is Pod & Pip's favourite season. It's the most abundant time of year with the last of the crops being harvested and hedgerows laden with berries, pods and pips! There is also a discreet and slow change in flower varieties and colours becoming available, from the...

August 25, 2017

There are so many things to think about when planning a wedding, and the wedding flowers are just one of them! If you are getting confused with all the terminology and lingo when considering your wedding flowers, here's a quick, simple guide to Buttonholes, Boutonniere...

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