The Byecross Dried Flower Posy
Please note: We despatch flowers Mon-Fri which means you can now choose which day your flowers arrive between Tues-Sat. Order early for next day as flowers and delivery slots are limited. Thank you. Team GBF
Wild Thing – dried flower bouquet finally finishes off the idea that dried flowers are a bit twee, dull and dusty… This looser style bouquet is gorgeous - it will wow the recipient, and look great in the most stylish of interior. Even better it will last for months. A mix of mulberry, violet and aubergine it includes a hydrangea head, grasses and the most gorgeous scented lavender.
hand made here:
This hand tied bouquet is finished with hessian and ribbon and is made in our farm floristry in the heart of Herefordshire. Sent via courier next-day nationwide
where to put it:
This bouquet will look fabulous in most vases and jugs and for a more industrial feel try an old large tomato tin or a pickle jar.
Our Byecross bouquet is approx 25-30cm wide and 30-40cm long.
Dried flowers are a great alternative to fresh flowers, avoid direct sunlight and they will last for months – no pruning, no watering they are a hassle free sustainable option. We have offered dried flowers for the last 8 years and are delighted they are back on trend here in the UK and beyond. Enjoy them – they are gorgeous, sustainable and we look to preserve as many blooms as we can here on the farm.
Please note we are not able to offer next day delivery to the Scottish Highlands and Islands and we do not offer overseas deliveries on flowers. For full details check out our delivery page.
We have named our dried flower arrangements after Herefordshire Villages which we hope you might enjoy visiting at some time soon. Byecross is very close to Preston on Wye and the Church of St Lawrence is well worth a visit and don’t miss the fabulous village pub The Yew Tree. In fact you can float into Byecross on a canoe, stay on the banks of the River Wye where you will be well looked after by The Fenn Family and then you can meander up to The Yew Tree for a cooling pie and a pint. What could be better!