Lavender roses, red peonies, blue hyacinth, and round-leafed eucalyptus make for the most aromatic bouquet you may ever smell. If the fountain of youth were real, I imagine bathing in its waters would leave you smelling like this! Soft, sweet and enchanting. These are featured in my new favourite vase, hand-blown glass with a thick, warped

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It is the first weekend since the arrival of spring, and naturally the Columbia Road Flower Market was bursting with every variety of vernal posies imaginable. This bouquet features some of my recurring favourites: Blue hyacinth, sun-kissed tulips, and fuchsia stock. Make this Bouquet: -2 Bunches of Yellow Tulips (12 stems) -1 Bunch Blue Hyacinth (4

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This is one of my favourite bouquets to date, a blend of Purple tulips, orange peony-tulips, freesia, and some shy blue hyacinth, still tinted in green. I have to admit, I went a bit crazy with this one, price wise, but I love it!  Can’t help but think of one of those lavish nights out–

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I created this bouquet on the first day I felt spring.  The sun felt warm for the first time in months, and the crowd at Columbia Road moved with a dance in its step. The narcissus in two colours (only £4.00 for 6 bunches that day!) are just bursting out of this bouquet, punctuated by

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