Once Autumn colours are at their peak and if the weather is mild, we can be tempted to leave our tender summer flowering bulbs in the ground just a little longer. Florissa knows we should be getting those tender bulbs – rhizomes, corms, and tubers - out of the ground and stored away for winter. The first light frosts, combined

Bring spring to your smaller or even tiny fairy garden scapes. These little dynamos produce a treasure trove of flowers. They are ideal for containers, rock gardens, edging for borders, or thriving under trees and shrubs. They’ll stand out in your garden with thrilling details and complement other larger spring-blooming beauties like tulips and alliums. Narcissus Canaliculatis Narcissus canaliculitis is a miniature