Look out for 'Shirley Temple' (pictured above), Command Performance, Odile and Pecher to name but a few.
And if that isn't enough excitement in the world of flowers, this month we've also got three very special events taking place - the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Chelsea in Bloom!
And what a wonderful sight for sore eyes these homegrown Ranunculus are too!
Or if its garden roses that you're on the look-out for, how about these 'Victorian Peach' roses at Dennis Edwards Flowers?
There's still time to make the most of grape hyacinths, both blue and white. Muscari ‘Casablanca’ can be found at Zest Flowers.
Staying with white and perfect for creating movement in meadowesque style designs is Spiraea at DG Wholesale Flowers.
Over at Bloomfield, there's an incredible selection of foxgloves. How about this beautiful variety called Digitalis ‘Camelot Lavender’?
They also have this very delicate bloom called Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Night Sky', which featured recently on their Instagram feed.
Both white and blue Nigella, with the common name love-in-a-mist, can be found in abundance at Nine Elms this month.
And do head over to Bloomfield if you're looking for poppies (Papaver) with red petals or even the orange petalled variety too.
White leaf, also known as Sorbus, has also started to become available at our foliage specialists.
English Pelargonium plants, grown at the Windsor Estate, can be found at Arnott & Mason. They're ideal for adding a splash of colour to outside spaces!
Whilst over at L Mills, they're in British Osteospermum Heaven, with several different colourways available.
Large pots of Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Tivoli Red’ can be found this month at Quality Plants. On a much smaller scale pot-wise, if you follow their Instagram Stories, you'll know they recently featured their much sought after 'magnetic pots', which you can use to display mini plants such as succulents and diddy Phalaenopsis orchids!
The intoxicating scent of trolleys brimming full of Jasminum polyanthum plants in a range of different sizes can be found at Evergreen.
C Best always have a fabulous selection of containers for plants. And they've surpassed themselves this month with their latest range of every type of earthenware pot you could ever wish for...
You'll be well and truly spoilt for choice! Check out some more of this new stock on their Instagram account.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this month’s In Season report and it’s given you lots of inspiration! It's just a very small snapshot of just some of the flowers, foliage, plants and sundries at New Covent Garden Market in May. You'll also find tulips, hyacinths, fritillaria, lily of the valley, cloni ranunculus, delphiniums, lilac, cherry blossom, guelder, dahlias(!) and even more...
We're so looking forward to seeing Philippa Craddock's beautiful wedding flower designs on May 19th. And the very best of luck to everyone taking part in the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and Chelsea in Bloom!
P.S. Just a reminder that the Flower Market will be closed on Monday 28 May for the bank holiday.