With a little careful planning, you can produce a huge and varied range of blooms to enjoy all year round - and there lots of delightful flowers that you can pick in March.
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Here's a selection of flowers that you can pick in March.
Bergenias are great plants for the front of a shady border; their evergreen leaves give interest all year round, some tinged red in winter. Their magenta flowers appear in early spring; pick a few stems for a vase.
Fellow shade-lovers, camellias have stunning blooms in spring, which range in colour from white to dark red. As they have short, woody stems, display the blooms singly in tiny vases, or in a shallow vase that has a grid to support the flower heads.
Lonicera x purpusii
Just a couple of sprigs from this beautiful spring shrub will fill a room with its fresh lemony scent. Display in a small vase.