0Flowerona Links: With floral head wreaths, windmills & a flower coat…


Thank you so much everyone for all your lovely comments about my video yesterday (and for ‘liking’ it)! I really appreciate it. Now on to one of your favourite blog posts of the week…Flowerona Links.




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A totally captivating video featuring an interview with floral designer Jérémy Martin at McQueens, beautifully shot by Duncan McCabe. Watch as Jérémy creates an incredible Flower Coat…

Les Ephemeres – The Flower Coat. from Duncan McCabe on Vimeo.

So, that’s my round-up of floral inspiration for this week, which I hope you’ve enjoyed. Wishing you a lovely Sunday!

(Images: 1. BRRCH, 2. Style Me Pretty/Jemma Keech)

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0Flowerona Reflects…featuring my holiday, Laura Fantacci of WIT, J Crew & New Covent Garden Flower Market

Where has the time gone? I can’t quite believe that it’s over a month ago that I published my first video on YouTube! Thank you so much for all your lovely comments and encouragement.

Today, I’m featuring my second video and it’s just over three minutes long. You may remember that I used to have a blog post series called Flowerona Reflects? Well, I thought I’d reinstate it, but this time in a video format. I hope you enjoy watching the video…and of course, I’d love to hear your comments and feedback!

Don’t forget, if you’re receiving this blog post via email and would like to view the video, you’ll need to go to www.flowerona.com. Hope you have a lovely Saturday and see you tomorrow for Flowerona Links!

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0Flowerona Tips: Tweeting on behalf of a company? Here’s how to personalise it…


Behind every Twitter account, there’s a real person, just like you and me! And this Flowerona Tips blog post was prompted by a conversation I had with a company earlier in the week. Three people were responsible for their Twitter account. As personal service and building relationships with their clients was very important to them, I recommended that they let their followers know who was actually behind the account by adding the names of each person to the Twitter Bio.

In Settings/Profile/Bio, simply enter the names of who’s tweeting on behalf of your company, by including the text ‘Tweets by…’  The Garden Museum above is a great example. They’ve included the Twitter usernames of the people behind the account. But you could also use your first name or initials. And you could even put the your initials at the end of each tweet.

Whether it’s just one person or several people looking after a Twitter account, why not personalise it and make it more human by adding people’s names…

(Image : Twitter/The Garden Museum)

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0Florist Friday: Wild at Heart’s new range of bouquets for late summer/autumn 2014


London florist Wild at Heart has recently launched a beautiful new range of bouquets, inspired by the late summer sunlight. I love the Dusky Skies design above featuring pale pink and lilac flowers.  It includes dahlias, ‘Ocean Song’ and ‘Bombastic’ roses, hydrangeas, snowberries, astrantia and mimosa foliage.


With a pale orange and white colour theme is this bouquet called Morning Sunlight. It features Quicksand roses, hydrangeas, Japanese anemones, snowberries, asclepias, and hypericum berries.


The final bouquet in this new collection, Red Sky at Night, has a darker colour palette of red and pink. You’ll find dahlias, astrantia, ‘Cheerio’ roses, hydrangeas, hypericum berries, asclepias and cotinus foliage in this design.

Also, with London Fashion Week starting today, Wild at Heart have created a special bouquet to celebrate the occasion. With a green and white theme, it includes roses, hydrangeas, ammi, guelder rose and hypericum berries.


Aren’t they beautiful?! I love the different combinations of textures. All the bouquets can be ordered online for nationwide next day delivery. Simply visit the Wild at Heart website for further details.

(Images : Wild at Heart)

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0Beautiful new vases from LSA International – Umberto, Loft, Light & Flower Texture and Molten


LSA International has brought out some beautiful news vases for Autumn/Winter 2014. And today I thought I’d share with you my favourites, starting with Umberto above in a new pine green colour. I love their shape and in particular, their jar-like necks.

Next up is Loft, a brand new range, which is inspired by everyday bottles and jars. There are clear glass vases and also a selection of cased colours that fade towards the base.


Vases and lanterns with new textures have been added to their Light & Flower Texture collection.


And the Molten collection, which for me has a touch of a lovely retro vibe, is also brand new for AW14. It features oval, flared and cube shaped vases in a range of colours including amber, smoke and pale sapphire.


If you’d like to see more of LSA International’s beautiful vases, simply pop over to their website. Social media-wise, you’ll find the company on Facebook and Twitter.

My favourite collection is Loft…which is yours?

(Images : LSA International)

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