For example, check out these incredibly scented Grand Soleil d'Or Narcissi at Pratley. It's virtually impossible to pass them by without stopping to take in their fragrance!
There you'll also find boxes upon boxes of homegrown early spring flowering daffodils, including this variety called Mando Yellow Trumpet. The buds open into beautiful, large, golden-yellow, highly scented flowers.
Staying with the same colour palette, you'll find these Mixed Chrysanthemums in different shades of yellow, plus white.
Pantone announced 2019's Color of the Year as Living Coral. And Miss Piggy roses at Bloomfield would be perfect if you're planning on creating a design to reflect this new hue of choice.
For an arrangement with a much more muted palette, how about these Shimmer roses, which they also have available? With large heads and a lovely shape, they open up just like a garden rose.
Seeing these roses below at D G Wholesale Flowers brought back many fond memories of Illusion roses, which I first remember seeing over ten years or so ago. This particular variety is called Carousel Illusion.
More and more different types of ranunculus can be found popping up at Nine Elms this month. How pretty is this variety called Ranunculus Pon Pon Hermione? You'll find it available at Dennis Edwards Flowers. If you're working with a white and green scheme though, they also have Pon Pon Silente.
Commonly known as the Guernsey Lily, Nerine bowdenii is its Latin name. For a pastel design, how about this soft pink one called Vesta?
Apparently, this variety of Scabious is so named due to each flower resembling a scoop of ice cream! You'll find it in various shades including burgundy, white and pink. This particular variety is called Scabiosa Blackberry Scoop. If you missed it first time around, do take a read of this special report about this popular cottage garden flower.
Oh my! It really is 'Anemone Heaven' at the Flower Market this month. Just how stunning is this variety at D G Wholesale Flowers called Anemone Mistral Azzurro? Its blooms open with lovely lavender centres that lighten to white at the petal tips.
Someone who is a font of all knowledge when it comes to deciphering anemone varieties and the names they're referred to by their growers is the wonderful Ronnie at Bloomfield. Have a word with him if you have any queries whatsoever.
It's so lovely to see dainty forget-me-nots, also known as Myosotis back at the market.
With a completely contrasting texture, you'll find these Eryngium Magnetar Questar at J H Hart Flowers.
At GB Foliage, there's not only Magnolia foliage but Magnolia in bud too.
That's where you'll also find British Catkins ...
... and Camellia, with the odd bloom or two.
Over at Porters Foliage, there's British Choisya in abundance, plus ...
... green and red Dogwood ...
... and Portuguese Laurel.
A jungle full of tall specimen plants including Schefflera Amate, Heteropanax, Monstera, Yucca and Dracaena, some over two metres in height are available this month at Arnott & Mason. They're ideal for adding a splash of green to spaces, which look bare now that Christmas trees have been removed. Simply ask Freddie if you'd like any advice or recommendations.
Just how wonderful are these rustic terracotta pots brimming with Helleborus niger? Grown outside in Denmark to give them the containers an aged effect, they're available in different sizes at Quality Plants.
If it's bulbs you're looking for to plant up yourself in pots, then head to Evergreen Exterior Services for shelves bursting with hyacinth bulbs, as well as Narcissus Tête-à-tête.
Or to add a pop of vibrant colour to window boxes, how about these Polyanthus plants?
Just as trees are being substituted by lofty houseplants, C Best are also finding that their silk flower range is proving to be very popular to add a touch of 'faux nature' to spaces that now look a little forlorn post Christmas.
Have a wander down the aisle in their showroom, which is bursting with so many different varieties and colours.
So, I hope you’ve enjoyed this edition of the In Season report and it’s given you lots of inspiration! Don't forget, it's just an overview of availability. You'll also find tulips, carnations, lilac, astrantia, Icelandic poppies, variegated berried ivy, Jasminum officinal, Calathea Wavestar and Ceropegia woodii plants ... and much, much more!
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P.S. Have you heard about the Danziger Product Showcase Event, which is taking place next Thursday, 17th January at Bloomfield at the Flower Market?