The 100th bouquet at FromeBlooms.com is called ‘High Summer.’
It’s a somewhat partriotic bunch of British blooms, and the 100th homegrown bouquet from the FromeBlooms garden in Somerset.
I’m pleased to report that it’s perfectly possible to grow 100 bouquets from a cottage garden, and I heartily recommend that you try it yourself.
I put a little ribbon of the Union Jack 🇬🇧 around the blooms, just to show how beautiful British blooms can be.
With many plants, such as sweetpea and roses, the more you pick them, the more they flower.
Plants will keep on producing flowers to attract insects which will pollinate the plant so it can make seeds and reproduce. Many plants keep flowering for months if they are frequently picked.
And that’s how I made 100 bouquets from a cottage garden in the last six months. Here’s a little recap!