For example, wraps upon wraps of stunningly scented English roses in soft tones, pictured above, can be found at Zest Flowers. And read on to discover more blooms not only in pretty pastel shades, but also striking hot colours like sizzling cerise pink.
With its cloud-like clusters of delicate florets, Hydrangea arborescens Annabelle is the perfect ingredient for wedding flower designs.
At Zest, also gracing their British Flowers section are Heliopsis helianthoides, Daucus carota, Hypericum, Achillea, Dahlias, Scabious and Verbena bonariensis.
Meanwhile, on Pratley's British Flowers stand, across the corridor from their main stand, you'll find homegrown blooms aplenty too. How about these Eryngiums for adding an interesting texture to arrangements?
Plus you'll find Blue Cornflowers there, together with the black variety. And all these other flowers too ... Sweet Williams, Alstroemeria, Lisianthus, Lilies, Gladioli and Statice.
If you're on the look-out for fun flowers, perhaps for a party or event, then you may like to use these quirky Pasta varieties of Gerbera in zingy colours, which you'll find at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
In the 'pink area' of their stand, as featured recently on their Instagram account, they have these dazzling Sweet Williams. And their variety name is Lancelot.
Staying with the same colour palette, but at the opposite end of the Flower Market, you'll find these gorgeous Cosmos bipinnatus at Bloomfield.
They also have a range of unusually named spray roses, all prefixed with 'Grandma's Garden'! Here's Grandma's Garden Katy, a white and soft pink variety, slightly reminiscent of Mimi Eden.
Also in their Rose Area are these exquisite garden style roses called Emma Woodhouse. They're proving to be a real hit with customers, as are these Tinkerbell roses.
What better way to add an ethereal touch to a design than with this beautiful Limonium Beltlaard?
Or for another delicate filler flower, you may decide to use this Ammi majus Graceland?
Add a touch of movement to designs with this appropriately named Lysimachia Mamba White!
Have you come across this fabulous dark variety of Lisianthus before? With its deep purple petals, it's got the lovely name of Bohemian Black Violet. And you'll find it at Dennis Edwards Flowers.
Last, but not least, on the flower front for this month are these jewelled coloured Callistephus Matsumoto Dark Blue. With their layers upon layers of petals, they're a wonderful way of not only adding texture, but also a splash of colour to a design.
As well as stocking many different types of greenery, our specialised foliage wholesalers also sell a range of other great additions for your designs. For example, these homegrown Teasels, which you can find this month at GB Foliage. Check out their Instagram account to keep up-to-date with their new arrivals.
You'll find so many other different seasonal varieties of greenery at the market this month. How about this British Rowan, also known as Mountain Ash, with its scarlet berries?
Trolleys brimming with British Zinnia plants can be found at L Mills. They're ideal for window boxes, which are in full sun.
Arnott & Mason always have an amazing range of succulents. And this month is no exception, with these fabulous trays of different varieties. If you'd like to keep abreast of houseplant trends, do follow their Instagram account, where they recently shared that houseplants containing elements of pinks are currently proving to be very popular!
Also known as Chinese Dunce Cap, how cute are these Orostachys iwarenge plants at Quality Plants?
Spider plants, also known as Chlorophytum comosum, remind me of growing up in the 1970s. And I always used to be mesmerised by the plant's 'babies' or spiderettes, as they're apparently known! You'll find these on-trend hanging plants currently at Arnott & Mason.
Plus, of course, they continue to stock a range of these popular rustic metal mini urns.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of the In Season report and it’s given you lots of inspiration! As always, it features just some of the many floral and foliage highlights at the market this month. You'll also find Hydrangeas, Heleniums, Nigella, Brodiaea, Amaranthus caudatus, Fountain Grass, Pampas Grass, Eucalyptus robusta ... to name but a few!
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P.S. Look out later this month for our 'Florist's Guide to Dahlias' report!