A British Spring: British Flowers in March

After conquering the beast from the east, the time is ripe for spring to sing. Spring means sun, birds whistling, trees blossoming and the start of British Flower Season. Consequently, we wanted to share with you when you can expect which British Blooms…

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03 March in bloom

Many believe the myth that British farms don’t grow anything in March. Well, we’re here to put that myth to rest because they – most – definitely – are! Here’s a quick overview of what is grown in March by our British Growers:

Cut flowers: Hyacinths, Tulips, Alstroemeria, Daffodils, Anemones
Eucalyptus, Laurel, Bog Myrtle,  Rosemary, Berried Ivy, Rhododendron
Viola, Primula, Hedera Ivy, Bulbuous plants

Tip: If you are a florist you can find All these varieties above in our newly released British Flower category in our webshop.

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Tulips - E M Cole Farms Ltd
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Eucalyptus Moorei - Irish Green Guys

The British Flower Calendar

By joining hands and efforts with the British Growers part of our platform, we will be presenting a complete British Flower Calendar by the end of this month (March 2018). As a result, this will contain all flowers, plants and foliages that will be available from Jan-Dec.

If you cannot wait to start digging into  British, we’ve gone ahead and established a basic calendar for you with British cut flowers, downloadable here.

British Growers selling flowers right now on Florismart: E M Cole Farms Ltd (Tulips), Irish Green Guys (Foliage), L & D Flowers (Daffs & Hyacinths), J T Peach & Son Ltd (Alstroemeria), Nursery Fresh Plants Ltd (Plants), Fenflora (Daffs).

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