Category: The Highland Flower Garden


It’s been a hard and long winter with more snow than we’ve been used to in recent years, and many more frosts. With the majority of the country suffering with snow, ice and cold easterly […]


One of the flowers I have planted this autumn, which I have never grown before, is Rannunulus asiaticus or Persian Buttercup. Rannunculus is a large genus of roughly 500 species including one we all know, […]


It was back in August that we decided that we would grow some cut flowers. Initially the idea was to dedicate a small area of the vegetable garden to a different “crop” so that we […]