Join the conversation with #BritishFlowersWeek

In 2017 #BritishFlowersWeek reached 8.7 million people on Twitter and over 2.7 million on Instagram. Florists and growers were tweeting alongside The RHS, Country Living, Gardens Illustrated, Homes & Gardens, GQ, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Express to name but a few.

We are aiming to smash last year’s record and you can help simply by using the hashtag #BritishFlowersWeek on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook in all your British Flowers Week posts.


Make an event of it

Get involved by organising your own British Flowers Week events with other local florists' or growers' networks and let us know what you're up to. We'll post what you're up to on this website and spread the word as part of our media campaign. Simply email your events and information to hello@cgma.co.uk using the form below.


Fly the flag

You can get FREE British Flowers Week gift tags and double-sided A3 posters from our friends at The Paper Studio. They highlight to your customers which flowers are British. If are faced with the option to buy British, lots of people do.

Simply order online at: www.thepaperstudio.co.uk

The British Flowers Week flag is also free and quick to download. Why not post it on your website, attach it to your email signature or use it on flyers and posters?


Fancy some media coverage?

Let your local radio, papers and TV know what you have planned for British Flowers Week!

We’ve prepared a media release template for you. Simply download it, fill in your details and get your local area talking British!


Stay in season

Fancy knowing what’s in flower when? Then you will love our British seasonal calendar. It details the seasonal availability (weather permitting) of over 100 British-grown cut flowers and flowering foliages.

Simply order your free A3 copy from our friends at The Paper Studio or download your own version from the New Covent Garden Market website.


Design a British Flowers Week bouquet

How about creating a special bouquet exclusively for British Flowers Week? Promote it on your website, on social media or in your shop. Consider making it a limited edition bouquet, available only during British Flowers Week.


Dress your window to impress

Get creative and glam up your shopfront with an eye-catching British Flowers Week display. Stop those shoppers in their tracks and get them snatching up your British flowers. These free posters from the BFA can help you brighten up your window.


Go corporate

Why not choose British seasonal flowers for contracts and events in British Flowers Week? Get your clients involved in the story, download the logo and hand it out as postcards. Who knows? They might want to stage a British Flowers Week event with you.


Teach and preach

To those flower schools out there: how about organising special classes during British Flowers Week on designing with seasonal British flowers and flowering foliage? Let’s show what amazing things can be done with British flowers!


Stay up to date with www.britishflowersweek.com

Of course, where else would you go for everything British flowers? This will be the hub of British Flowers Week activity and the place to get the most up to date news. We'll be posting British Flowers Week designs, blogs, events, photo galleries and more.