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Amy as a toddler in the garden

Amy Ralph

Amy has always been happiest pottering in the garden!

 

From a long background in horticulture including environmental education, creating wildlife gardens and even growing vegetables for Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, flower farming seems like a natural step, although there is always a lot to learn.

 

She has been growing flowers for cutting for several years, but is ready to scale up and loves welcoming in the public. She enjoys sharing skills and knowledge, running workshops and giving talks at gardening clubs and groups.  

Emma in the garden

Emma Hughes

Emma's love of flowers stems from a long standing family connection to gardening. Her mother's years in flower clubs, arranging for the church and floral design, and fathers skill at growing and showing vegetables have all led to one thing! 

A country girl through and through, she pursued a career with animals and managed a busy veterinary rehabilitation centre for many years, but has now embarked on a horticultural career and will be studying horticulture at college this year to enhance her skills.

Emma did all the flowers for her own wedding with her mum and her friends, and can turn her hand to most things, including being our cake baker. Emma also now manages our offsite polytunnel, and is looking forward to extending our growing season.

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