A Day Of Yellow And Daffodils


On St Davids Day fierceblooms thinks of yellow and daffodils and of what being Welsh means to her and the memories it evokes.
daffodil jug
It is the day of yellow and daffodils and celebrating being Welsh.

Its the first day of March and I am resolved in a Fawlty Towers-esq fashion to not mention the war – or the rugby on Saturday even ha ha.

Rather I am dreaming of warm Welsh cakes cooked on a Welsh steel griddle that my father made me.

That heavy bake stone holds heat like nothing else I possess. That steel holds so much more than heat. Home and hiraeth and love and laughter are melded into that steel just like the scent of daffodils drifting over all of Wales on dydd Dewi Saint.

This Welsh girl is wishing all her followers a very happy St David’s Day today.


A 19th century historic wharf and Cheshire canalside cutting garden is the inspiration for our wild garden style ethos. I root my floral design in every precious fleeting seasonal moment, growing and creating only ever with local seasonal scented British flowers.

If sustainability matters to you, if you care that floral creations are as kind to the environment as they are beautiful, then I am a kindred spirit.

We share our artisan florals in our live online virtual flower classes, and with our flowers, create bouquets and undertake a few intimate Cheshire weddings a year.

Fierceblooms artisan british florist

Online Flower Class Testimonial

I am buzzing with ideas after watching you last night. Ridiculous to say but I feel I almost know you after such a warm (virtual) welcome into your beautiful home & garden. Your classes are so inspiring.
Online Autumn Wreath Class Attendee