These Hyacinths are getting ready to bloom! We got these in last week and I can’t wait to see them in color! Hyacinths are highly fragrant, bell shaped flowers with small petals. The waxy, densely packed florets come in shades of white, peach, orange, salmon, yellow, pink, red, purple, lavender and blue. They remind me [...]
Thank you Brooke Roberts for the awesome pictures from the inspiration wedding Shoot on Jekyll. We had an awesome team come together to pull off the shoot. Special thanks to The Market on Newcastle, Jekyll Island Authority, Latitude 31, and Lady in White.
Have you seen us in Golden Isles Magazine, page 58? English Gardens was asked to design flowers for a Nautical inspirational photo shoot on Jekyll. We used coastal colors to create a unique one of a kind bouquet and driftwood centerpiece, filled full of hydrangeas, callas, berries, delphiniums, ferns, oyster shells, and starfish!
It’s January and my azaleas are blooming! This beautiful bloom sure makes me ready for spring, but we still have another month of winter. It will not be long until the earth warms, and buds start popping! I can almost smell the fresh grass growing.
Looking for something to give that special someone or just a special gift for yourself?! Please join us Monday, February 13th at 6 pm for our Valentine’s Workshop! Guests will be provided with a dozen fresh cut roses and other materials for their beautiful arrangement. English Gardens will provide a glass of wine and a [...]
Anemones are here! We planted a few of these beautiful plants this week and we just thought we would share their beauty! The name Anemone comes from Greek and roughly means wind flower, which signifies that the wind that blows the petal open will also, eventually, blow the dead petals away. The flower stem bears [...]
English Gardens at The Gallery on Newcastle as well as other downtown businesses will keep their doors opened tonight until 8 for 1st Friday!! We have a large section of interior containers to plant. Bring a splash of color into your home with one of our planted arrangements. Sure to brighten these cold winter days! [...]
We had our first freeze of 2012. My summer impatiens and begonias finally turned to mush last night. If your summer flowers that were still hanging in there got zapped by the freeze, we can replace them with beautiful cool season flowers! We still have pansies, violas, anemones, and much more available to keep your [...]