At Pratley, you'll find an extensive selection including these fabulous Drumstick Alliums. And several other traders have homegrown blooms aplenty too!
Read on to discover more flowers, foliage, plants and sundries which you can expect to see at Nine Elms when you visit...
Boxes upon boxes of dainty purple-blue Brodiaea (Triteleia), whose common name is cluster-lily, can also be found at Pratley...
...together with sweet peas in a myriad of different colours.
In the Zest Flowers British corner, you'll find lilac alliums and phacelia.
If you're looking for a more vibrant hue, check out these cornflowers at Pratley!
With peony season now in full swing, British peonies are in plentiful supply.
Whilst over at Zest Flowers, you'll find an incredible range of English scented roses, including this variety with bright pink frilly petals called 'Augusta Louise'.
If your brides-to-be are set on peonies being featured in their wedding flower designs, then you're sure to find virtually every variety you've ever wished for at the Flower Market this month! How about this pretty pale yellow beauty at Bloomfield called 'Lemon Chiffon'?
If you're making a design which needs a splash of orange with a thistle-like texture to boot, then head to A Goodchild for Carthamus tinctorius 'Zanzibar'.
Or for a different shaped orange bloom, choose Calendula officinalis 'Green Spot Orange' at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
Just how striking is this variety of sunflower called Helianthus annuus ‘Flame’ with its dark brown centre surrounded by yellow petals tinged with reddish-brown?
Brightly coloured irises can be found at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
And have you seen Plectranthus 'Mona Lavender' before, with its tall spikes of tubular lavender flowers?
If you have a 'Cadbury purple' wedding or photo shoot coming up, check out this Campanula glomerata ‘Genti Blue’ at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
Or if a dusky pink is more in fitting with your floral style, how about this Nectaroscordum siculum at Deanos Flowers?
I a-d-o-r-e the deep burgundy leaves of this Physocarpus opulifolius 'Diablo' at Bloomfield, which would be ideal for a moody, dark floral urn design!
Proving to be very popular at the moment for natural, relaxed floral designs is Orlaya grandiflora and you can find it at DG Wholesale Flowers.
If you're looking for that something special to add to an arrangement, how about this Philadelphus (Mock Orange), with its highly scented single white flowers?
Ideal for 'all foliage' hand-tied designs is this Lunaria annua (green).
Beautiful red hazel can be found this month at GB Foliage...
...where there also have this lovely broad leaf variety of oak.
If it's flowering privet you're after, then make a bee-line for Porters Foliage.
Euonymus with its golden splashed, green leaves is available at GB Foliage.
And you'll even find rhododendron in bloom at Nine Elms this month!
Three plants altogether in one tray, which they call a Confetti Garden Mix is available at L Mills. It includes Verbena, Petunia and Million Bells.
They also have these dinky white euphorbia plants.
At Quality Plants, you'll find stunningly fragrant Trachelospermum jasminoides (Star Jasmine).
Whilst at Arnott & Mason, there's Sansevieria zeylanica (Mother-in-Law's Tongue). Renowned for its sword-like grey-green leaves, it must be one of easiest houseplants to grow. So, it's perfect for customers with busy lifestyles, who are looking to add a touch of green to their homes.
How pretty are these Salvia greggii ‘Savannah Purple’ plants at Evergreen?
For instant colour at a height, check out these 6ft clematis plants at Quality Plants.
Or for something lower level, there are these gorgeous Streptocarpus plants at Arnott & Mason
At The Flower Store, which is part of Bloomfield, there's always something great to discover on the vase front. Take these amber glass vases for example.
And these very on-trend clear glass vases in packs of three.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this month’s report and it’s given you lots of inspiration! As always, we’d love to hear from you if you have any comments or questions. Simply fill in the boxes below.
P.S. Don't forget that British Flowers Week is taking place this month from 19-25 June. For full details, please visit the British Flowers Week website.