Spring is in full swing, the clocks have bounced forward, the house windows are more often open, you are starting to leaving jumpers in the drawer, you can feel the rays of the sun on our faces and the nights are lighter and it's beginning to feel as though summer is just around the corner.
Spring flowers start slowly and then in late spring there is an explosion of stunning flowers in bloom, and they have a big positive impact on our moods.
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.