Next week, I will be relaunching my Instagram for Florists online course. And yes, I’ve deliberated for a very long time about whether this is the right thing to do. I’m extremely conscious of how many businesses in the floristry industry have been negatively impacted by the virus. From growers and wholesalers through to florists and flower schools. However, there are also some businesses who are flourishing due to their online revenue growth. … Read more
British flower growers and wholesalers are the focus of this week’s Floristry Industry Insight. And they share the impact of the coronavirus on their businesses. Thank you so much to all the contributors listed alphabetically below. I hope that their words provide reassurance, comfort and inspire you during these uncertain times.
By the way, did you hear about the new hashtag which Flowers from the Farm have created. It’s #virtualbritishflowershow. British Growers will be using it when they post their flowers on Instagram.… Read more
In this week’s video, I share with you details of 9 New Covent Garden Flower Market Wholesalers to Follow on Instagram.
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On Tuesday, I was thrilled to take my very first look around the brand new Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market on Nine Elms Lane in Vauxhall, London. (You may have seen the photos and videos in my Instagram Story?)
Well, I was completely and utterly blown away! What an absolutely incredible space has been built to house the flower, foliage, plant and sundry wholesalers, plus several florist workshops. The new market is light, bright, modern and airy with a double-height ceiling in the centre of the building.… Read more