Category Archives: British Flowers

8Please ‘Buy British Blooms’…and support the British cut flower industry

Back in 2012, I featured Flowers from the Farm on Flowerona.  It’s a nationwide network of British cut flower growers.  And oh my goodness (!), wasn’t it a popular blog post on Tuesday evening…all because of a certain TV programme, … Continue reading

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0Florist Friday: Interview with Rachel Siegfried of Green and Gorgeous

You may remember that earlier in the year I was invited to a Dahlia Masterclass at Green and Gorgeous? Well today on Florist Friday, I’m delighted to feature an interview with Rachel Siegfried, one of the founders of the company. … Continue reading

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0Florist Friday: Interview with Caroline Oleron of Cherfold Cottage Flowers

For my Florist Friday blog post series this week, I’m delighted to feature an interview with Caroline Oleron of Cherfold Cottage Flowers. When did you start your ‘living’ florist shop and where are you based? Cherfold Cottage Flowers was created by … Continue reading

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4Dahlia Masterclass at Green and Gorgeous in Oxfordshire

Firstly, thank you SO much for all your lovely congratulatory messages yesterday on Flowerona, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram about my award. I was overwhelmed by the response and am very grateful.  It’s certainly a special week for me this week…winning the … Continue reading

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0Interview with Claire Brown of Plantpassion, owner of a cut flower farm in Surrey

I hope you had a lovely weekend… I’m delighted to start off the week with an interview with Claire Brown of Plantpassion. I’ve known Claire for a few years now, as a gardener.  But last year she set up a cut … Continue reading

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