I am sure you know that each month has a at least one dedicated flower which many people use to celebrate birthdays which fall within the month.

By the time April comes around, spring is usually well underway and there are plenty of new blooms to be enjoyed. The birth flowers for April are the daisy and sweet pea.

I was delighted to have the opportunity recently to provide the flowers for a wedding at the wonderful Grange at Hyde House.

If you do not know the venue, I can tell you that it is a beautiful setting at Stow-on-the-Wold in the heart of the Cotswolds.

As I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you, ‘tis the season to be jolly and we were recently called to make it so at Backwell House Hotel.

Backwell House is luxury 9 bedroomed country manor house perfectly placed in North Somerset within easy reach of both Bristol Airport and the vibrant city of Bristol itself. It features an award winning restaurant, bar and gardens and has hosted numerous weddings, private parties and corporate events over the years.

You may well know that the third Monday of every January is recognised as Blue Monday.

It is when everything is supposed to get on top of you; a combination of that back-to-work syndrome, dreadful cold and wet weather, ‘Dry January’ turning ‘Wet’ again as New Year resolutions fall by the wayside and the realisation of how much you actually spent at Christmas as the credit card bills kick in.

So everyone is entitled to feel depressed and down, beaten and blue. And of course for some people every Monday is a Blue Monday.

The wonderful Flower Council of Holland website regularly nominates a Houseplant of the Month and for December they have chosen Anthurium.

Anthurium is attractive, easily looked after and will bring a unique touch of sophistication to any home. The white variety provides serenity while the red and greens are much more vibrant.

Originating in Colombia, Guatemala and the Amazon region of Brazil, in its natural state the Anthurium will be found growing in and on trees with relatively few roots, drawing nutrients from the tree. It prefers a warm spot away from bright sunlight but with high humidity.

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