Day Two - Designs using British Orlaya Grandiflora by Petalon

Florence Kennedy, founder of Petalon, finds inspiration simply in the flowers and foliages that catch her eye at the Flower Market, imbuing her work with a natural, spontaneous, vivacious charm that reflects her own warm personality. The Petalon style is fun, edgy and a celebration of seasonality in all its floral forms. Florence’s British Flowers Week designs tell the unique story of Petalon, a world of flowers and pedal power.

Bicycling Beauties

A profusion of peonies, lupins, sweet peas, jasmine officinale, sweet honesty, orlaya grandiflora, cow parsley, dog rose and lisianthus ‘Champagne’ erupts from the handlebars of the elegant, hand-crafted Petalon delivery bike.

Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a bike with a gorgeous floral design created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a bike with a gorgeous floral design created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a bike with a gorgeous floral design created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a bike with a gorgeous floral design created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market

Flower Safety First!

An intricate cycle helmet of hawthorn blossom, lisianthus, lilac alliums, hebe foliage and phacelia (aka blue curls) for a florist on the move.

Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring the cycle helmet made by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a cycle helmet created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a cycle helmet created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a cycle helmet created by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market

‘The Full English’ – the British Flowers Week bouquet by Petalon

Brimming with British floral gems, ‘The Full English’ is a delicious Petalon recipe: a floral dish of fragrant, beautiful, local ingredients from sweet peas, cornflower ‘Black Ball’ and delphiniums to stocks, lisianthus, lupins, orlaya grandiflora, privet, dog rose, grasses and sweet honesty.

Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a stunning Full English Bouquet designed by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring a stunning Full English Bouquet designed by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market

Inspired by 'The Full English', Florence has created an exclusively British special 'British Blue' bouquet, on the menu from 13-17 June in celebration of British Flowers Week.

Huxley, The Hound of British Flowers Week

Huxley is a Great Dane with class, a hound who can sport a floral collar with élan. In short, a style guru. In honour of British Flowers Week, Huxley Kennedy (pet of Florence & James and Petalon’s chief mascot on social media) models a collar of pink hawthorn blossom, pink lupins, lisianthus and just a couple of stems of the pure white orlaya grandiflora.

Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016,  featuring Huxley with a vibrant floral collar designed by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016,  featuring Huxley with a vibrant floral collar designed by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market
Day 2 of British Flowers Week 2016, featuring Huxley with a vibrant floral collar designed by Florence Kennedy of Petalon, presented to you by New Covent Garden Flower Market

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Read more about Petalon here.

Read more on the British Orlaya Grandiflora here.