With Valentine’s Day only just departing, there is little rest for us wicked florists! (Not that we mind…). Mothering Sunday is already an echo around the walls of our vibrant flower shop. It lands on the fourth Sunday of lent – and although it has no true connection to The American event, it is often called Mother’s Day.Read More
15 February 2017 15:33:16 GMT
31 January 2017 11:44:26 GMT
Where did Valentines Day begin? What is it all about - read here why it's not just another comercialised event!Read More
15 April 2016 16:02:08 BST
Our Current two apprentice florists Emmeline and Leanne got together to give you an insight as to what its like getting into the floristry industry.Read More
30 November 2015 16:41:17 GMT
As Winter fast approaches and Christmas is in our sights, we find ourselves with a lot of preparation to do for the upcoming season. The Christmas stock has been unpacked and put out in the shop. The cellophane, bags, bows and wreath rings have to be prepared for this very busy time of the year....
25 August 2015 17:46:53 BST
To read our article for the Torbay Times Local Newspaper of August 2015.
Well, this month we really do have a lot to tell you! Where shall I begin..Read More
7 December 2014 10:45:14 GMT
Take a look inside our shop using our virtual tourRead More
2 June 2014 15:36:38 BST
2 June 2014 15:35:06 BST
Do you want to enhance your business environment?
Have you thought about using fresh flowers in your place of work?
Create an inviting and welcoming atmosphere with quality, fresh flowers for your business.
''Naturally, we want our business to stand out from the crowd.''Read More
4 September 2013 16:37:38 BST
The majority of flowers start their journey in Holland although Thailand and Malaysia specialize in Orchids. Colombia are known for their Roses and Carnations. African countries also provide roses and Proteas to name but a few. There are still English grown flowers available, the most common being freesia, Iris, Chryanthemums, Alstromeria and Roses.Read More