Flower Deli Blog
Published: 22nd Apr 2021
How five actions recommended by the NHS can be used in the garden to promote mental good health and wellbeing.
Published: 12th Mar 2021
A couple of weeks ago I put together some growing kits for the Wellbeing Support Team and their clients at Emmanuel House Support Centre. Can you help me to make more?
Published: 13th Feb 2021
From the first time I noticed the positive effects of gardening to learning how to deliver it as a therapeutic process to others.
Published: 31st Aug 2020
Making a rose infused hand salve takes me back many years through the strong connections plants create.
Published: 10th May 2020
If like me you find reassurance, calm and restoration among plants and trees then you'll know how real that connection is. That thing you're feeling is biophilia.
Published: 6th Apr 2020
I once heard a chef on Radio 4 say that to make pesto you can use any green herb, any nuts and any cheese. With windowsill herbs and cupboard ingredients, here goes!
Published: 28th Mar 2020
It isn't a rose at all, not even in the same family but wow does this beauty deserve the title. Here's a shout out to the humble, dainty primrose.
Published: 29th Feb 2020
When gorse is out of bloom, kissing is out of season. When gorse is in bloom, make refreshing gorse flower cordial and floral ice.
Published: 16th Feb 2020
I heard Amy say in a podcast that she had waited nearly a decade to write this book. What she has created is testament to doing something at the right time for the most perfect result.
Published: 15th Feb 2020
I don't think it's any accident that when we make connections with plants, we make connections with each other. Plants and flowers soften us in a way that's quite unique.