Growing cut flowers has never been more popular. Home-grown flowers are cheap, colourful and long-lasting, and involve no 'flower miles'.
The key to growing cut flowers is to make the most of the seasons. With a little careful planning, you can produce a huge and varied range of blooms to enjoy all year round.
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Here's a selection of plants that you can use in arrangements throughout the year – grow them in your borders, or in a dedicated cut flower garden.