The Abbeydore Dried Flower Posy
Please note: We now despatch Mon-Fri which means you can choose which day your flowers arrive INCLUDING a Saturday (We don't despatch Saturday or Sunday so there are no fresh flower delivery slots available on Sunday or Monday). Please order early to ensure next day delivery as we have limited slots available. Thank you Team GBF
The Abbeydore Posy Our Dried Flower Posies are a great alternative with a rustic and vintage feel. Not only are they cost effective, our dried arrangements will last and last so you can enjoy them afterwards. Our contains a whole mix of dried flowers and foliage in Bright Yellows, Golds and Oranges. Featuring; Achillea, Mixes Helichrysum, Bloom Broom, Statice, Barley and dried Gyp. Please note that although we will keep to the overall theme, certain steams may be replaced with others..
hand made here:
Our hand-tied posies are all made in our farm floristry in the heart of Herefordshire using a whole variety of stems. Each one is unique and finished with string. Sent via courier next-day nationwide
where to put it:
These posies look lovely, but in particular they look great in a posh jam jar or an old jug. The yellows and golds will make a fabulous greeting in your hall we think – but go for it – most places will work…
Our Dried Flower Posies are approx 25-30cm wide and 30-40cm long.
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. Abbeydore is in the heart of The Golden Valley – pretty appropriate for the colours in this arrangement. Don’t miss to visit Abbeydore because you need to check out Dore Abbey – built in 1147 by Lord Robert fitzHarold of Ewyas. It became the Parish Church in the 16th Century and it was host to our fabulous Great British Flowers exhibition which we helped to lead which raised over £30,000 for our local Hospice.