The children have started their school holidays, there is a hum of lawn mowers busy at work and on balmy evenings the smell of BBQs hangs in the air.

The height of summer is possibly the most productive time for British grown flowers.  From delicate and lacy Ammi to hot and zingy Zinnias there's a flower for all styles.

Flowers and foliage that may be in season are:

Alstromeria

Ammi

Antirrhinum

Astrantia

Calendula

Cornflower 

Cosmos

Dahlia

Delphinium

Eryngium

Fever Few

Foxgloves

Freesias

Geum

Gladiolus

Godetia

Gypsophillia

Lavender

Larkspur

Lily

Malope

Nigella - 'Love in the Mist'

Oriental Poppy

Phlox

Rose

Salvia

Scabious

Statice

Stocks

Sunflower 

Sweet Pea

Sweet William

Verbascum

Verbena

Veronica

Zinnia