We're launching a competition to find six floral designers to create jaw-dropping installations for British Flowers Week at the Garden Museum. This new collaboration will see six innovative floral designs installed in the nave of the Garden Museum during British Flowers Week, 18-24 June 2018.
Combining her passion for flowers and fine art background, London based Carly Rogers’s three British Flowers Week designs go beyond the traditional floral arrangement to tell a skilfully crafted story.
Lincolnshire based florist Abigail MacNiven of Petal & Stalk Floral Design revels in detailed, intricate floral designs. And reflecting her rural location, she has created three enchanting arrangements in her signature natural, wild style showcasing British flowers and foliage.
Captivating passers-by in the bustling village of Navenby, Lincolnshire with its eye-catching window displays is Petal & Stalk Floral Design, a floristry business run by Abigail MacNiven magicking up natural floral creations.
Jennifer Pinder’s wild, luxurious and deeply romantic floristry style lends itself perfectly to using homegrown blooms. Discover her three stunning designs showcasing the natural beauty which British cut flowers and foliage exude.
Meet Jennifer, a former lawyer who escaped to the Kent countryside to follow her floristry dream. Helped by a booming Instagram account, her wild and romantic style is capturing the hearts of brides-to-be and florists around the country.
Known for the simplicity and understated elegance of her designs, Mary Jane Vaughan has gone from running a shop to becoming an award-winning luxury weddings, events and contracts florist. Discover her story.
Here's our round up of our fav accounts run by wholesalers, growers and florists showcasing British flowers and foliage on their feeds to spark your inspiration for British Flowers Week. Following fingers at the ready.
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.