It may be January, but you'll still find homegrown blooms at Nine Elms. Head to Pratley for boxes upon boxes of daffodils and tulips.
Meanwhile over at Bloomfield, in addition to wraps of Dutch tulips, they also have these beautiful white Ranunculus Firenze, perfect for a winter bride's bouquet.
Another great choice for wedding flowers are these delicate Nerine 'White Charm' with their striking sprays of lily-like flowers. You'll find them at DG Wholesale Flowers. Did you know that the flower's common names include Guernsey lily, Cornish lily, Cape flower and Bowden lily?
Continuing the white theme are these Lysimachia Elisabeth with their elegant, slender spires of flowers. They're available at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
Back to Bloomfield for a firm favourite, when it comes to spray roses - Bombastic.
If you're looking to add texture to a design, how about using Carnations? You'll find this gorgeous beige variety with dark red flecks called Viper at Zest Flowers.
Or perhaps you'd prefer these Chrysanthemum Aljonka Salmon, which they also have available?
With the common name of Kangaroo Paw, Anigozanthos 'Gold Fever' can be found at Zest Flowers, an ideal filler for a hand-tied.
And if you're on the look out for a flower to add a splash of orange to a design, you really can't go far wrong with Calendula, commonly known as the Marigold.
Alternatively, for a vibrant pop of scarlet red, make a bee-line to DG Wholesale Flowers, who have a fabulous selection of anemones.
And just how stunning are these double-bloomed 'Flash Point' Tulips with their plethora of petals, which they also have on display?
Commonly known as Tweedia is this Oxypetalum coeruleum. Just how incredible does this dainty, unassuming flower look when combined in a bouquet with warm tones?
And I'm so happy to see Hellebores back at New Covent Garden Market. This variety's called Helleborus 'Queens Red'. By the way, if you missed it the first time around, do check out this special Hellebore Report.
Rounding up the flower section, we have Mimosa, also known as Acacia dealbata. With its fluffy yellow, lightly scented ball-shaped blooms, you'll find it at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
Just the ticket for the current trend for natural, garden-gathered arrangements are these Lichen Twigs.
Or if you're looking for something more colourful, how about these homegrown varieties of Dogwood, also known as Cornus?
Evergreen have a fabulous range of Hyacinth Bulbs in red, white and blue. Pot them up either singly or in groups and add a few natural birch twigs and some moss. They make great gifts to sell in your shop.
Over at Quality Plants, with the trend for hanging houseplants showing no sign of abating, how about Tradescantia, also known as the Wandering Jew, with its long beautiful trailing vines?
Or for a larger plant to make a real statement, try this Philodendron selloum Hope.
However, if it's scented botanicals you're looking for, then head to Evergreen for rows of wonderfully fragrant Jasmine plants.
The Dried Flowers Area of our new sundries supplier Lavenders of Covent Garden is proving to be a massive hit with customers! And here are just two examples of the types of stock available, Dried Pink Spray Roses ...
... and Dried Teasels. You'll also find Lavender, Poppy Seed Heads, Amaranthus, Larkspur and Grasses, to name a few!
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of the In Season report and it’s given you lots of inspiration! As always, it features just some of the many floral, foliage, plant and sundry highlights at the market this month.
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