We have a fabulous group of British flower farmers and a local wholesaler who have signed up to our #grownnotflown policy and we get our deliveries 4 times a week into the farm floristry which ensures your flowers are fresher than most.... but we have a cunning plan.... We already have a small cutting patch, a wildflower meadow and a walled garden to pick from (not to mention our miles and miles of farm hedgerows) but we have persuaded Farmer Phil (Heather's husband) to hand over another acre of so of good Herefordshire soil for us to grow on.
We are learning as we go and you may think looking at our fabulous orange Kubota we have all the gear... and no idea.... but time will tell.
Anyway, with a little trepidation here is Heather a few weeks ago starting to cultivate the soil. Some Farmer Phil training took place and away she went... Not sure if she is happy or hysterical but the first rows were sorted and will be planted up with Eucalyptus and lots of bare root foliage. The bare-rooted trees can go in at any point over the winter while they are dormant. Lots of garden flowers to follow of course, and you never know what might happen... she seems to be researching a poly-tunnel
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Just wanted to say thank you so much for the lovely bouquet of flowers that you sent to my daughter today. She's been shielding since February so these made her day. She was delighted that there were no lilies in the flowers as she suffers with hayfever. Thank you - Helen P
Just to say a lovely thank you for the beautiful arrangement of flowers for the funeral sheaf I ordered for my fathers funeral. He was 91 and always interested in the environment and wildflowers. The arrangement was just perfect. Many thanks once again - Magda B
My family arranged for you to deliver flowers for my birthday last Monday and I have to say that they are the best flowers I have ever received! After a week they are still looking amazing and are likely to do so for several days yet. Thank you very much! - Mary B