Partying in the garden

A party isn’t a party without flowers and we’ve had plenty to celebrate recently in the garden. Weddings, christenings, birthdays and our very own mini music festival, the Party in the Paddock have all benefited from our locally grown beautiful blooms.

Last weekend we held a very special celebration, throwing open the gates of the Not so Secret Garden to all Grace’s nearest and dearest for her mum’s seventieth birthday celebration.

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Gathered in the Not So Secret Garden for the Birthday photo

Following on from that, the Party in the Paddock , Hartley Farm’s  very own mini-festival, with food demos, live music, delicious grub and much more was a great  success, despite the Glastonburyesque weather.  It was a foody’s ideal day out  and a real celebration of local produce, both food and flowers. We love doing our bit to promote the cause of British flowers and reduce flower miles for our customers. It’s always a delight to show brides and others what’s blooming just a few yards from our shop and a thrill to pop out in the morning to cut from our very own patch. And it’s abundant right now. Come and see it.

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Our favourite zinnia

There’s plenty of opportunity to wander around the Not so Secret Garden to enjoy what’s blooming well, see what we’ve been up to recently and hear our plans for next year. Despite the dreary bank holiday weather, the rest of the week looks set fair. Celebrate the end of the summer holidays by popping in and taking home a bouquet of fabulously fragrant, gorgeous locally grown flowers from Young Blooms.

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The dahlia patch is exploding into colour.

We’re looking forward to spotting you among the zinnias and dahlias.

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