Don’t just wait until your sweetheart appears with a bouquet of fresh blooms to give your home some floral flair. The health benefits of adorning your home with frest cut flowers are most definitely worth splurging on the blossoms for yourself! Science proves it, so make sure you read on… Flowers in your home Nancy …
Are you a flower lover? If so, this section is perfect to enrich your knowledge and inspire you!
Our guides are filled with extensive details on the background of each flower variety, images and details of the different flower varieties and the symbolism. There is also inspiration photos and care tips.
Alongside the origins, we also offer a more practical and creative input to inspire you for home decor and future projects.
Conditioning wholesale flowers are imperative to ensure you get the best out of your flowers for any type of event. There are various methods that can be applied for different stem types, including woody, soft and hollow stems.
Summer is upon us and we are very excited to welcome new varieties back onto the market for another year here in Britain and through the Dutch auctions. This week, we are exploring the amazing new blooms (or pre-existing blooms back in) that you may not of encountered before at the flower auctions, and trust …
The peony is our Flower of the Month this May. It is a wedding-favourite, with its pretty blooms, fragrance and nuptial symbolism. The blooms are large, soft, silky and romantic. They can be found in a range of soft colours, and a few brighter ones, making them ideal for weddings, as well as for placing …
In the lead up to Easter, both Easter lilies and calla lilies are the forefront of our minds along with other seasonal flowers. It’s the perfect opportunity to talk to you about lilies, their characteristics, opening times, conditioning and much more. Flower varieties discussed today include; Lily longiflorum Lily Oriental Lily LA Lily Asiatic Lily …
Spring has arrived and we are making the most of the Spring flowers that are currently available to purchase from the flower markets here in Britain and through the Dutch auctions.
Nothing says Spring like the sight of Daffodils. After months of grey skies and rain, these first signs of the new season are very welcome. This month, we are here to introduce different varieties of Daffodil and Narcissi to you. Exploring the flower varieties and how you can incorporate into floral designs.
This elegant spired bloom is known as Veronica. In recent years, this flower has become extremely popular for wedding flowers to use in bouquets, table arrangements and other designs. It is ideal to create a playful shape and works with every colour scheme.
In warmer weather, your flowers need some TLC. As we know (or you may not), heat is not a flowers best friend. Here, we reveal five tips and tricks to help your flowers thrive through the summer heatwave!
When you think of Spring, you may think of yellow, cream and white! Yellow is one of the most prominent colours of the season, and there is a lot to offer in this bright, cheerful colour.
Find your ‘Something Blue?’ Blue flowers are readily requested for weddings and events, but unfortunately there are not many available at market. Blue flowers, from pale, powder to royal, below we have listed our buyers favourite blue flowers available at different stages of the year. Eye-catching Blue Flowers Oxypetalum Coeruleum – This flower is light blue, …