Dried flower bunches selection

Dried flower bunches selection

Dried flower bunch shop

Dried flower bunches are director Ruth's favourite thing at Daisyshop - she gets as many British dried flowers as she can for the shop, supplementing them with an amazing range from around Europe and beyond. She even dries some bunches in the workshop to sell best choice May to Oct. Sometimes we have English peonies like ones in the picture.

Visit our dried flower bunch category or click on the following links.



dried flower bunch lavender dried flowers wheat delphinium

This bouquet (right) was made from our most popular dried flower bunches:

1. Dried lavender bunch from France - multibuys available.

2. Delphinium bunches in three colours but pink is the most popular.

3. Dried wheat bunches are a good filler and look great in a wheat sheaf.

As you can see from the photo, these three dried flower bunches look great made into a hand-tied dried flower bouquet.


Buy British flowers

If you are looking to support British growers, look out for our Union Jack heart symbol. We source as many of our dried flower bunches as possible from within the UK. For example, although French lavender bunches are popular, British dried lavender is also available. Delphinium bunches and wheat are really popular and we buy these from UK growers whenever price, availability and quality allows.



Colourful dried flowers

dried flower bunches

Image above shows L-R: British grown British dried flower bunch - gypsophila in our own workshop - a great filler, and popular for wedding flowers; an orange dried flower bunch of leonotis; steely blue dried flower bunch echinops; yellow dried billy buttons bunch - this fun dried flower bunch is increasingly popular for adding a touch of colour to dried flower wedding bouquets and decorations. All available seasonally.

More floral inspiration

Cottage garden flowers for an informal or messy style include delphinium, clover, oats, wheat and lavender - similar to boho, country and rustic themes.

For home decor  - grasses such as lagurus and miscanthus are popular.

Dyed bunches are becoming increasingly popular to add a colour pop to a bouquet.

Simply browse flowers by colour or shop for woody twigs and exotic proteas


Other info pages:
How to make dry flowers   |   About our dried lavender   |   More lavender products
More about dried rose buds   |   Dry flowers and roses for weddings   |   About our dry flower shop
More about our natural wedding confetti petals