Thursday, 29 July 2010

Friends who collect...

Visiting friends houses -This dresser belongs to Fiona who can never resist a pretty vintage find . She is starting a blog soon I will keep you posted.
This is Sharon and Geoff`s house in Lincoln shire -a very old cottage with lots of vintage style. The lovely dog is Ben.
I met Sharon when a friend introduced me to the antique fairs -she was so friendly and helpful and iv brought many a treasure from her. We went to do a photo shoot for a local magazine.













Saturday, 24 July 2010

A fine sunny wedding.

Big `Thank you` for those of you who traveled along way to visit the shop, I was very touched. Several people said they have tried to pop a comment on the blog and were not able to-I have tried to reply to your comments with no luck!
I have sorted our holiday dilemma . So we will be closed from Aug 3rd to Aug 13th -. Please ring before you travel along way to see us, Just in case we are out and about delivering.

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

Lots of Lavender .
Wild carrot from seed brought back from Turkey last year.

July coming to an end and still lots to pick!


Dill gone crazy

Well we were meant to be off on our much needed hols a week today-but our flight is cancelled(yes ,the one on the news) Hey,ho . Trying to sort something out.

Sunday, 18 July 2010

Oundle`s first food festival

A van full of flowers -Ede loves getting in the back of the van!


Yummy cakes






Sue Kirk - willow weaver . Sue grows most of the willow herself to make her well crafted baskets and sculptures(iv asked her if she can make a Whippet sculpture!!)



Like old times, as i used to share a stall with Sue on Oundle Farmers market ,many moons ago. Loved being on the market, but remembered how the wind blows over flowers and is a real pain! Sue has a horse, called Elvis and cart she walks fron Kingscliffe (takes her 3hours)




British vodka, whisky, gin and beers





Bunny Guinness- Gardeners question time on Radio 4 and Sunday Telegraph garden column. Had a chance to say `Thank you` for the great piece she wrote about Foxtail in the paper.






Ursula Buchan - Garden writer , I had the pleasure of doing the flowers for her daughters wedding last weekend, nice lady , lovely to work with.
















Lovely bread stalls and bread making workshops with Dan Lepard









Oundle Transition Town Group- had a plant swap stall










They have formed five groups to work on aspects of local life from local food and produce to energy saving etc. check out the website http://www.oundletransition.org.uk/










Friday, 16 July 2010

He has a home now.

We are at Oundle food festival tomorrow with a stall- Cheers to all of you coming in the shop to say you liked the Country Living feature.

Looking for a home

This chap needs a home. The last one left from a litter born in Feb this year. Calm and sweet. A pedigree Kennel club registered . Call the shop if you are interested?

Monday, 12 July 2010

A very warm summer wedding!

Table flowers made up in the cool barn. The flowers went into the marque at the very last minute to stay cool. I don't know if the guests did?
Bridesmaids flowers








Flowers in teacups




Warm work at the weekend! Everything takes so much longer to do in the heat. The flowers were very well behaved and did as they were told ! No wilting.












Friday, 9 July 2010

Sunday, 4 July 2010