Lovely Flower Book: The Cut Flower Patch by Louise Curley


Good morning everyone!

Trained horticulturist Louise Curley writes for the Guardian, The Simple Things and Gardens Illustrated magazines. She also runs a flower and garden blog called Wellywoman – A life in Wellies She gardens organically and has kept an allotment for four years on which she grows all her cut flowers.

Her lovely book The Cut Flower Patch has been released this month in the UK and is absolutely beautiful. Another book that makes me crave for a garden.
bouquetThis book gives you a lot of advice regarding how to choose the right plants for your garden, and focuses on flowers I love like zinnia, or snapdragon.
I really love the section in the book dedicated to foliage and fillers, that are for me so crucial for nice bouquets.

2 little bouquets

This book is also very interesting, even if you don’t have your own garden, as the 100 last pages of the book are about arranging flowers with a lot of inspiration beautifully photographed by Jason Ingram .

red bouquet

dry flowers

To order The Cut Flower Patch at the discounted price of £16.00 including p&p* (RRP: £16.00), telephone 01903 828503 or email and quote the offer code APG101.
Alternatively, send a cheque made payable to:
LBS Mail Order Department, Littlehampton Book Services, PO Box 4264, Worthing, West Sussex, BN13 3RB.
Please quote the offer code APG101 and include your name and address details.
*UK ONLY – Please add £2.50 if ordering from overseas.

If you like this book, you will be happy to know that I will be presenting the new book by Holly Becker and Leslie Shewring called Decorate with Flowers, as part as a little Blog book tour on Monday. I will also be hosting a give away for both the German and the British issue of the book.
So stay tuned and have a great day!

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4 thoughts on “Lovely Flower Book: The Cut Flower Patch by Louise Curley

  1. Oh, I have to stop reading those book previews on your blog, I am so tempted to get this one! We are preparing for a potager behind the house (as a complement to the kitchen garden) for all my herbs, decorative vegetables and cutting flowers. Currently I try to squeeze as much pots with tiny phlox, delphinium and zinnia on all the windowsills so that they get enough light before I can plant them out. There is nothing more wonderful (almost) than cutting a fresh bouquet of summery flowers in the mornings…

  2. Hi: I just came over from Emerald Green Interiors/Corinne. Were you in the last BYW class? That’s how I had met Corinne…
    Love your blog: the subjects, the images and the style and I just followed you on Instagram and Pinterest!
    Flowers: I cannot get enough of them! There is another blogger I met at BYW who is in the UK. You might enjoy: Julie at
    A bientôt …

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