Grow your own Cut Flowers all Year RoundBy Louise Curley, photographs by Jason Ingram

There’s nothing as rewarding as growing and cutting your own flowers for your home. In this fresh take on the subject, gardening writer and blogger Louise Curley shows that a cut flower patch is the most economical and eco-friendly way to enjoy cut flowers today. With seeds, bulbs, perennials and shrubs, Louise shows how to create the most diverse displays, with more than 100 kinds of cut flower to choose from.

We gave this book a touch of the home-made feel by using natural paper backgrounds and a stitching effect. With pretty pastel colours to keep it light and fresh, and a printed wibalin hard cover for a modern feel.

Published by Frances Lincoln, March 2014