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Skip to our extensive Flower bunch list including dry grasses, seed head stems, natural blooms or dyed.
"We are pleased to support British growers! Much of our stock, such as UK lavender grains, confetti petals and some of our bunches are grown in the UK: Look out for the Union Jack heart.
Ruth also enjoys drying flowers at home as a hobby. See links in the left hand margin to read about drying methods for loose petals and bunches.
"We started by stocking dried lavender and kept on going! We found a French co-operative in Provence who supply us the cleanest scented natural lavender grains we've seen anywhere - just look at our product reviews! They sell us a few different varieties, plus bunches too.
I love sourcing new blooms, so do check out our New Stock department for a regularly updated list of new arrivals be it grasses, seed pods, British pressed plants from our own workshops, confetti petals, potpourri, or other natural botanicals.
These blooms are perfect for weddings, home decor and gifts because they are so long-lasting. Our bouquets will last so much longer than fresh ones, and can be kept as mementos for years to come. Our website is used by the general public and florists alike.
Why not experiment with hand-tied bouquets and arrangements for home decor? Simply mix and match three or more bunches at varying heights for the effect you want. For an eye-catching up-to-date look look choose bright flowers and dyed grasses such as lagurus in primary colours. Or mix and match pastels for something more restrained, adding natural grasses for informality.
For home decor, drop twenty grass stems in a narrow necked vase for a minimalist display.
For weddings, real petals make fab confetti - they are not only beautiful but also natural and biodegradable, and can be mixed to fit your colour scheme. Why not make lavender bag or potpourri wedding favours? Use a stem or two of your favourite bloom as a table setting. Decorate chair backs and make floral swags and garlands."
Top image credit Thomas Skovsende for Prima magazine UK.