Flower Show chic.
Chelsea Flower show has been and gone and I can now look forward to Hampton Court Flower show in July. I love to watch the television coverage of these events and dream that I can grow beautiful plants and have a fabulous garden.
Unfortunately I have the opposite of green fingers, whatever that is called, and cannot grow anything. There is, however, hope for people like me with a gorgeous array of artificial plants, flowers and trees that require no skill to care for nor effort to keep them looking their best.
Frame your door way with these topiary trees, one on either side or just on one side of your front door will look pretty stylish and won’t need watering or nurturing.
Potted plants look great inside and out so are perfect for a kitchen window sill or standing in a huge stone wear planter in the garden. The tulips would look lovely on a kitchen window sill or a hall table. You do not have to worry about there being enough light either so they can go in a spare room and you can forget to water them and they will still look lovely when you have a guest stay without you having to rush around and buy flowers.
For that final touch on your coffee table or dining table or hall table there are these delightful vases of cut flowers that look so very real you will forget that they are artificial. These have a just cut and brought in for your garden look. You can always swap them about seasonally so show the amaryllis after Christmas and the roses in high summer and the peonies whenever you want them.
I may not have any gardening skills but my home can still look like I have.