IT'S TIME! Time for the Flower Market Awards 2015! Time to shout about your fab flower business and to sing the praises of your favourite Flower Market wholesaler.
With leaves starting to turn shades of orange, yellow and red, crisper mornings and the nights drawing in, the beautiful season of autumn is very much with us.
The last of the summer's soft fruit decorates a cake celebrating one man's 52-year stint on the Market.
"We're trying to brighten up your lunchtime – to make healthy food fun and interesting," explains chef Naomi Twigden (pictured below right), co-founder of Lunch Bx
This month, we're going to take a look at sedums. Sometimes referred to as ice plant or stonecrop, they're in abundance at New Covent Garden Flower Market during the autumn months.
Autumnal hues of red, yellow and orange are very gradually starting to appear at the Flower Market this month.
You know autumn is creeping in when the first squashes hit the Market:
"I'm getting two lives in one," says grocer Steve Moore, describing his plans to move to Chile in 18 month's time after 40 years at the Market.
This month, we're going to take a look at eryngiums. Sometimes referred to by their common name, sea holly, you'll find several different types available at the Flower Market.
British blooms are still very much in abundance this month at New Covent Garden Flower Market!
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