Our seasonal cut flowers are grown outside in real, much loved gardens close to the historic Falkland Palace.
These gardens are sheltered by old stone walls in the village of Falkland, a special place in the middle of the Fife countryside.
Our cut flowers are grown using natural methods, working with the Scottish seasons and all the challenges our climate can bring. There is always something new to learn.
It is a privilege to work in these gardens and to see the pleasure they bring to the people who visit them. Other frequent garden visitors include birds, bees and butterflies.
The flowers and plants we grow in the gardens have character and life. We do grow robust flowers with tall straight stems but there is also space in the gardens for more delicate souls, which wouldn't survive the wholesale flower markets. We like to grow flowers with scent.
We grow certain favourites every year in the garden but we also find space for new varieties too, flowers which are interesting, unusual and beautiful.
We grow a wide selection of flowers throughout the main growing season from April to October. Outwith that period we can offer a more limited selection of seasonal flowers. We also source flowers from other growers and for special requests, from the wholesale flower market. We sow the seed for our annuals in Spring each year, planting them out as soon as the weather allows. The annuals are supplemented by an expanding range of cottage garden style perennials, roses, dahlias, shrubs and flowering bulbs. We also grow herbs and other plants to use with the flowers we sell. We are happy to sell bunches of greenery to florists and floral art clubs. We source a wide variety of local greenery, including willow to use with our flowers, for weddings, funerals and for our Christmas wreaths and Christmas workshops.