May 19, 2017
We’ve reached the end of a work week and all deserve a little pretty in our lives. Of course, Fresh Flower Friday comes to the rescue. Has there ever been a time when flowers haven’t brightened your day? For Fresh Flower Friday this week, I’m revealing my favorite cut flower gardens that always brighten my day when I see them in my feed.
Of course I have to start with the cut flower garden that has inspired this post. Floret Flower has such a successful and gorgeous cut flower garden, she wrote a book all about it. You can read about it here. That way, flower lovers like us can attempt to grow one. I also make it a point to check out her Instagram on a daily basis with the gorgeous pictures she shares of her garden.
East End Market
East End Market is a local artisan market here in Orlando full of local vendors ranging from coffee, home décor, food, plants, books, and so much more. One of the design aspects I absolutely adore about this market is the cut flower garden growing out front. You can walk through it as you sip your local coffee or enjoy it as you pass by driving down the road. It’s amazing when two of my favorite things collide: coffee and fresh flowers. These flowers are picked and turned into arrangements you can purchase on site.
Little Paddock Flowers
This cut flower garden, Little Paddock Flowers, was discovered when I was looking for new ones to explore. This mother and daughter duo has created a stunning cut flower garden and can put arrangements together like nobody’s business. They are based out of the UK. Road trip anyone?
Lauren takes us behind the scenes of this stunning cut flower garden. Readers are provided with before and after images. You’re able to see the planning process and what it takes to create one of your own. The results are so motivating after looking at the beginning stages.
Amelia’s Flower Truck
Although Amelia’s Flower Truck isn’t an actual cut flower garden, it’s pretty much a place I would want to visit daily. Using fresh flowers, a truck that’s one-of-a- kind, and great branding, this girl has it going on! Snag a few of your favorite seasonal flowers or create an arrangement. I can’t get over this flower truck!
Maybe you don’t have the room or time to grow your own cut flower garden. I get it. That’s why you need to start following these gardeners asap! They always brighten my day with their colorful fresh flower posts. Have a favorite gardener you follow? Please share!
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