The days are starting to get longer in early Spring and this is an exciting period for the British cut flowers grower as they start to see some of the result of the previous months planting.
The weather is getting warmer and when you look at the countryside you are able to start to spot bouncing lambs and beautiful blooms like daffodils and bluebells.
Like most growing living things, British grown flowers are affected by the seasons, the weather, and other regional natural changes.
As a result some of the flowers listed in this early Spring flowers seasonal guides may not be available at a certain time.
Would you like to know more about British flowers?
Are you curious to see the difference between emissions of CO2 between British flowers and Dutch flowers?
Have a look at our BEST BLOOMS - BRITISH BLOOMS blog post and I can promise you that after that you realise how much more CO2 has been produced by the imported flowers you will always want to source British Flowers.