A celebration of all things floral

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Last month Tricia Guild worked hand in hand with florist Juliet Glaves, transforming the Designers Guild hidden garden on the Kings Road into a collection of arrangements, fabrics and wallpapers – a celebration of all things floral. 73653 Being inspired by the foliage and blooms grown all year long on her modest flower farm in Shropshire, Juliet’s arrangements showcase her natural and seasonal style. And although the show is now over there is still plenty of floral news to be excited about in July. Designers-Guild-Juliet-Glaves2 The Designers Guild's 'Orangerie II' collection which inspired Juliet is still available in store and online. Designers Guild, 267-277 King's Road, London, SW3 5EN The Royal Horticultural Society has numerous events planned for 2015. Next up is RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, and if you visit on Friday 24 July you can enjoy Ladies Day incliuding a special Graduate Fashion Show from the Manchester School of Art and of course the Best Dressed Lady competition. 22-26 July, Tatton Park, Mereheath Lane, Knutsford, Cheshire phpThumb_generated_thumbnailjpg redoute If you are unable to make it – get historical inspiration to transform your garden with the latest release from Taschen. Redouté is a glorious a reprint of Pierre-Joseph Redouté's botanical works. A darling of Parisian high society, he was dubbed “the Raphael of flowers”, with a network of élite patrons including Napoleon's Josephine. This book showcases Redouté's combination of  elegance and accuracy as he roamed Parisian gardens and greenhouses to record delicate plant specimens from all over the world. Pierre-Joseph Redouté, £99.99, Taschen        

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