We sow and grow our crops in Reydon, just outside Southwold, a thriving and popular seaside town on the Suffolk coast.
The flower farm was established in March 2013 in Cratfield on a 1 acre plot, before it moved in 2017 to Reydon, allowing us to expand to 4 acres. A growing national interest in British-grown flowers has happily coincided with our own love of growing and using seasonal crops.
We are busy on the farm all year round but working with the seasons means that our flowers are usually available from April-September each year. Spring is a busy time for us as we sow many of our own crops for production on the farm, from Achillea to Zinnia. It all happens here.
We grow around 100 different crops, including annuals, perennials and herbs. We are able to produce a great range of crops from our outdoor beds and PolytunnelS. We love growing the traditional English country garden varieties - flowers that would look and feel right at home in the traditional long border.