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Jul 26, 2019

Flower Farmers' Big Weekend - Saga Magazine News

Buy cut flowers and enjoy refreshments. Entry £5; children go free. farhillflowers.co.uk Howe Farm Flowers, Buckinghamshire On 17 August, grower Amber Partner will welcome you to pick flowers and demonstrate how to prepare and arrange them for the vase. Tickets cost £55. howefarmflowers.com Keeping the Plot, Fife On 18 August, grower Sarah Hunter will give visitors a tour of her flower field and invite them to pick their own flowers. Tickets cost £25 and include a picnic lunch. keepingtheplot.co.uk The Forgotten Garden, Devon Enjoy Patricia Cottam’s market garden on the edge of Exmoor on 17 August; buy flowers and enjoy refreshments. Bouquet workshop on 18 August costs £45. theforgottengarden.co.uk Subscribe today for just £12 for 12 issues...

Oct 12, 2018

Royal wedding: First glimpse of beautiful flowers gives hint of Eugenie's colour scheme

Windsor Castle Great Park, which is the site of the York family home, and will reflect the "rich and vibrant tones of autumn", Buckingham Palace has revealed.The design will also include Liquid Amber trees, which are also known as American sweet gum trees.They turn a vibrant yellow, orange and red before shedding their leaves.Princess Eugenie's wedding flowers have an autumnal theme (Image: AFP/Twitter)The steps leading up to the chapel's west door, where the bride will arrive, are lined by a cascading display of roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and berries.Inside the chapel, the seating in the nave faces the aisle - unlike the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding where guests faced forwards.More red, pink and purple blooms have been arranged either side of the organ screen entrance that leads from the nave into the quire where the wedding service will take place.The last few metres of the central aisle leading up to the altar are also lined with more flowers, bringing the scent of blooms to the heart of the ceremony.The flowers and foliage were handpicked from Windsor Castle Great Park (Image: AFP/TWITTER)Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank selected floral designer Rob Van Helden to decorate the historic venue.Mr Van Helden said: "It has been the greatest privilege and honour to create the flowers for Pri...

May 24, 2018

Royal Wedding Flowers Turned Into Bouquets For Hospice Patients

St. George’s Chapel and St. George’s Hall in Windsor on May 19, were designed by Philippa Craddock and a team of florists from Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. The bouquets were made up of foxgloves, peonies, and white garden roses, many of which were sourced from the gardens and parkland of the royal-owned Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park. Kensington Palace confirmed that the flowers were donated to a number of charities and hospices. One recipient was St. Joseph’s in Hackney, east London. “To see the faces of the patients when they received the flowers was just fantastic,” hospice spokeswoman Claire Learner told CNN. St Joseph’s has a long history of royal connections, having been visited by Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana and, most recently, Prince Edward, who toured the grounds in 2015, the hospice said. The ties to the royal family do not stop there. Pauline Clayton, an 89-year-old patient, once worked as an embroideress to Norman Hartnell, one of the Queen’s dressmakers. Clayton revealed that when she was 19, she worked for almost 50 hours on the train of the Queen’s own wedding dress, according to the UK’s Press Association. Clayton added that she thought the gesture to donate the flowers was “lovely.” For Father Peter-Michael Scott, the hos...

May 24, 2018

Happy Birthday, Princess Charlotte! William and Kate's Daughter Turns 3

Prince Louis. When her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, turned 90 in 2016, Charlotte was in awe of the Royal Air Force flying over Buckingham Palace. When her parents marked her first birthday in 2016, they posted images of her pushing around toys in a pink dress and another shot of her wearing a knit sweater, which had social media gushing. "So much sweetness. Thank you so much for sharing," one follower commented.Another wrote: "She is SO cute!! Looks so much like her brother!!"The toddler has also become a fashion icon in her short time on earth. After the princess turned 2, Kensington Palace released an image of her in a $23 yellow sweater from British retailer John Lewis, which promptly sold out. The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share a new photograph of Princess Charlotte to mark her second birthday tomorrow 🎈 pic.twitter.com/0Xftc3EFPz- Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) May 1, 2017Princess Charlotte shares her birthday with another British icon - David Beckham, who turned 43 Wednesday. After Charlotte's parents welcomed Prince Louis, the former England skipper congratulated the couple and the whole royal family on Instagram.RELATED STORIES The Royal Line of Succession: 16 Brits in Line for the Throne: View the Gallery Royal Wedding Poses on the Famous Buckingham Palace Balcony: View the Gallery Royal Births: Christening Photos Through the Ages: View the Gallery ...

May 24, 2018

Royal wedding flowers shared out to charities

Queen's wedding and coronation outfits. Floral designer Phillippa Craddock directed a team, including florists from St George's Chapel and Buckingham Palace, to create the wedding displays at St George's Chapel and for St George's Hall in Windsor. Flowers and foliage at the High Altar of St George's Chapel (Danny Lawson/PA) Kensington Palace has said the floral displays in St George's Chapel were created using locally sourced foliage, much of which was taken from the gardens and parkland of The Crown Estate and Windsor Great Park. These included branches of beech, birch and hornbeam, as well as white garden roses, peonies and foxgloves. Father Peter-Michael Scott, the hospice's lead chaplain, felt the flowers were a special gift from the royal couple and noted they had already made several people at the hospice smile. He said: "It (the flowers and the ceremony) connects with a celebration of love and life and in the midst of all that, this newly married couple have been thinking of others and are demonstrating that by donating to others. "It is about the energy of love. We are absolutely thrilled by the flowers and wish them (Harry and Meghan) all the best for the future." Mrs Clayton said she was 19 when she worked for 49-and-a-half hours on the train of Queen's wedding dress. Only half-joking, she recalled: "To a certain extent it was exciting and my dad was over the moon. I could not say anything to anybody or else I could have been prosecuted or something at the end of the day." She remembered working on the design, shrouded in secrecy, in Bruton Mews near Sir Norman's extraordinary salon in Bruton Street, in the heart of London's West End. She recalled that "people used to try to rent the rooms in the pub opposite to try to see what we were doing." The Royal Collection Trust notes that the Queen also requested that in addition to the four national emblems, those of the Dominions of which she was now Queen should also be added to her coronation dress. Mrs Clayton said she worked on the embroidery for lotus flower of Ceylon, which later became Sri Lanka, which appeared on the coronation dress. Meghan wore a five metre-long white silk veil at her wedding which included floral detail representing all 53 countries of the Commonwealth. The bride suggested the design because the Commonwealth will be a central part of the official work that she and Harry are set to carry out.

Apr 20, 2018

Queen Victoria and the Orange Blossom Flower

Queen’s family. Queen Victoria’s ‘going away’ bonnet, which she wore for the journey from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle for her honeymoon, contained orange sprigs and is still preserved. Queen Victoria’s wedding dress had itself been trimmed on the bodice with “orange-flower-blossoms”, as was reported in The Times.Her second daughter, Princess Alice, also wore a little bonnet trimmed with orange blossoms for her ‘going away’ outfit at Osborne, following her marriage to Prince Ludwig of Hesse in 1862. Princess Beatrice, the Queen’s youngest daughter, wore orange blossom as a trimming on her bridal gown, on her wedding to Prince Henry of Battenberg in 1885. This was completed by white heather, presumably from the Scottish Highlands, and of course, the by now obligatory myrtle. Waxen, orange flowers featured in the bridal wreath worn by Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863, a cutting of which was preserved by Queen Victoria in an envelope, which she autographed. Nor was this limited to Queen Victoria’s family of course – the bridal dress of Queen Marie Christine of Spain, also featured artificial orange blossoms, a sprig of which have been preserved in a gold box from her wedding day in 1879.Queen Victoria, wearing her simple wreath of orange blossom, and Prince Albert on their Wedding Day, 1840 (By Engraved by S Reynolds after F Lock [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)Orange blossom, like the myrtle, grew at Osborne House, the Royal Family’s private retreat on the Isle of Wight. The flowers, which Queen Victoria loved, were at their most fragrant in summer when the Royal Family preferred to stay there; the inner terrace where the Queen liked to breakfast, contained a pergola, heavy with orange blossoms and roses. Osborne’s rooms themselves includ... (Royal Central (blog))