Buying our blooms

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'Friday Flowers' or a 'Tuesday Treat' 

An armful of glorious, locally grown, seasonal blooms dropped at your door for £20 incl delivery *. No packaging, no chemicals and no airmiles - leave out your own bucket filled with water and we will simply scoop an armful of fantastic focals, fillers and foliage from our bucket into yours. Make an impact with a large, natural flowery display or make several smaller ones and bring sunshine in to your home. Order by email to book your flowers for a Tuesday or Friday (we are a small grower so first come first served). If playing with flowers is new to you or you just fancy some new ideas, click here to dip into flower care information and some fantastic 'how to' videos. 

* Delivery available to Harpenden and surrounding villages but if you are further afield you are always welcome to collect.

'A Summer of English flowers'

This makes a fantastic gift or can be just a treat for yourself! Subscribe to 'A Summer of English Flowers' and between May and September receive 4 amazing deliveries of flowers, each arrranged in a glass kilner jar and dropped to your door for the special rate £92. * For more information just email or call.

* So we can plan properly we need 5 days notice of a Summer flowers request - local deliveries on Fridays are included in the price. Deliveries on other days can be accommodated for an additional charge.

Bespoke hand-tied seasonal arrangements 

We are still offering local  deliveries. Birthdays, thank yous, new babies, new homes - flowers are always the perfect gift.

Farewell flowers

If you are looking for natural, sustainably grown flowers for a special tribute we can provide beautiful seasonal arrangements  without oasis or plastic containers. Please see our farewell gallery to see examples of the kinds or arrangements we can offer. 

Local markets

Unfortunately, we are not booked in for any markets this summer. As soon as things change we will let you know. 

Buying British - the sustainable choice

Fellow flower farmer Angela Coulton and Rebecca Swin have just published some in depth research in conjunction with Coventry University showing the carbon emissions of flowers imported from Holland or Kenya to have approx 10 times the carbon emissions of a commercially grown bunch from the UK.


If you can buy locally from a small grower you can reduce your impact even further - roughly 20 times!  Click here to download a summary