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It is currently absolutely blowing a gale outdoors and feels like everything is really struggling to stay upright! This is how we feel about this passed spring… Buckle up as we sum up these past 3 months of Central Otago madness! September started with a hiss and a roar, we had orders pouring in and DIY weddings being organized and life

Last couple of weeks of 2020 and I am sure we are all looking forward to a new year and new adventures. This year has been challenging in many ways for many people and it had its mark on the floral industry. For starters, our customer base shrunk with less people being able to afford flowers just as a treat, florists

Spring is here! Firstly I would like to apologise that I missed last month’s article. For everyone who are reading these, you are much appreciated and your feedback is listened. I am sorry I missed August but it seems to be the month of random events for me. One thing that happened and we are still recovering from it is a huge

As the last month of autumn passes and we move into winter, it is time to plan for next season and learn from the season that passed. In the last few days I had a few people ask me what I am growing for next season. For me each month is highlighted with one particular flower that will be the most

As we have all been told to stay at home, I will be using this time to try and sort out my farm planning for next year. Buying seeds, time planning and ordering perennials and shrubs that should hopefully arrive after the lock down and give me more work for winter months to come. However I would like to dedicate

April! The temperature is dropping, and winter is definitely in the air. That means the bulbs can be planted. This weekend we are giving ourselves a bit of a break and going into the mountains for a hike and a hunt but next week the bulbs will be in the ground. It is funny to think Spring when really it