Flower Deli Blog
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.
Published: 9th Feb 2020
Of anything I've ever created using flowers and plants, this is one of my all time favourites. It has the perfect combination of simplicity, satisfaction and a beautiful outcome.
Published: 19th Jan 2020
Never in a million years would I have thought I'd enjoy winter but here it is, a happier time than those before.
Published: 3rd Jan 2020
This year I am taking a break from selling edible flowers and The Flower Deli, for the time being, is and will be a place where I explore other things in the world of horticulture.
Published: 3rd Nov 2019
Back in the summer I took a morning out to create a little edible flowers feast for two. I wanted it to be beautiful as well as taste good.
Published: 1st Nov 2019
We've come to the end of the 2019 season, so it's a nice time to say thank you and show off some of the beautiful creations from this year.