Could you be one of our famous five? We are scouring the country for five British florists with front page grabbing designs using British – and only British – flowers and foliage to be the stars of British Flowers Week 2017.
It’s time to take a fresh look at British-grown alstroemeria, our final flower of the day of British Flowers Week 2016. Long-lasting, colourful and now officially glamorous, alstroemeria is ripe for a renaissance.
British foliage thoroughly deserves its annual spot in the British Flowers Week Hall of Fame. British-grown foliage forms the backbone of a design, after all, ladies and gentlemen, all florists of Foliage Row know that greenery is the new black...
It’s day four of British Flowers Week and stepping into the limelight are Anna Day and Ellie Jauncey, the creative duo behind The Flower Appreciation Society, with their stunning take on British-grown summer foliage.
Learn more about Amanda Austin, the actress turned florist with a bijou flower shop on King’s Road and vast studio in Vauxhall, who creates lavish floral decorations for weddings and events at some of London’s most exclusive venues.
It’s official: British flowers are at the heart of government! A magnificent urn brimming with beautiful, fragrant British flowers and foliages is currently adorning the entrance hall of the Prime Minister’s official residence at 10 Downing Street in celebration of British Flowers Week 2016 thanks to the fab students at Capel Manor.
Read about Smith and Munson, a family firm specialising in tulips and lillies. They use the new technology to ensure that not are their flowers in the best possible condition, but also contributes to their sustainable