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 Flowers

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I work from my garden in Suffolk, and sow, grow and gather beautiful British flowers, without the use of harmful chemicals or leaving a huge carbon footprint.

My flowers are natural, scented and just how nature intended them to be. I wrap them simply in brown recyclable paper tied with raffia or arrange in vases and jam jars. I will not use floral foam, cellophane or imported flowers.

Should i need a 'top-up' of seasonal flowers, I use a supplier in the South West of the UK, who sells British grown flowers, from UK suppliers.

Because I grow seasonally, flowers are available to buy between April and October (give or take a few weeks, dependent on conditions)

 FREE delivery within 5 miles of the postcode IP17.

ONLINE SHOP COMING SHORTLY

Please contact me using the link below should you require information regarding flower availability or to place an order.

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Daisy Flowers

Flower Of The Month

....Daisy.

 Daises have been around for a very long time. Since at least 2,200 B.C. Used by ancient Egyptians as herbal remedies.

The most common meanings are -

Innocence and purity

New beginnings

True love

A valuable food source for honeybees and bumblebees. They grow all year round, all over the world except Antarctica.

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Did you know...

...Anthrophobia is the fear of flowers?   

"There's nothing NICER than handing a bunch of SIMPLY WRAPPED flowers to a delighted customer or placing a vase in your lounge FULL of beautiful flowers - that feeling of bringing the OUTDOORS INSIDE"

LOUISE McGOUGH

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