With just 10% of flowers sold in the UK being home grown, how do you know that you are buying British? Read more to find out and enter our competition for a chance to win a bundle of flower inspired goodies.
Wild and wondrous: Why British flowers reign supreme
A garden for all seasons: Exploring the floral delights of Hertfordshire’s Alswick Hall
Lambing 2017 Two Lake District farmers chat to us about the challenges of lambing in the hills
Eats Fishes and Leiths: Prue Leith chats to Martin Stanhope about her 50 years in the cooking business and a surprise legacy
Getting back to our roots: Claire Hunt looks at some of our more unusual root vegetables
Rural Wisdom: The latest smallholder kit at LAMMA, smallholder view, what’s new in the garden this year, meet the pepper growers, plus three super recipes
Plus: Win a fantastic lawnmower from Stiga and a fountain for your garden
Sending flowers is a great way of showing someone you care, but have you ever really thought about where these cut flowers have come from? We take a look at the British cut flower industry and explain why we should buy seasonal British blooms whenever possible...