Welcome to week five of our fabulous new floral feature! Our regular columnists, vintage-loving florists, Nancy Moon Flowers have already brought us a special factfile on Dahlias, a write up on heavenly Hydrangeas and a romantic report on Peonies and dished on the delicious delicate Nigella flower. Nancy and Bolly are the dream duo from Nancy Moon Flowers with a nostalgia for old style romance and a time when a gentleman would greet a lady with a pretty flower.
Every week, Nancy and Bolly will share their flower of the week with you to help you learn all about the world of wedding flowers, which flowers are in season for your big day, how much you might expect them to set you back and which flowers to match them with for the perfect floral love affair!
If there’s a particular flower you want to learn about for your big day, drop us a line (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment in the box below, and we’ll ask Nancy and Bolly to give us their insight. With years of experience behind them, the team at Nancy Moon Flowers are experts in all things flowers and will be able to match you with your perfect blooms.
This week, Nancy and Bolly are delving into the beautiful folds of the mini Muscari flower (also known as Grape Hyacinths due to their resemblance to bunches of grapes)!