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How will Brexit effect Florists and the Flower Trade? Are you ready for Brexit?

With BREXIT looming ever closer there is an awful amount of uncertainty surrounding the flower trade in the Uk. There are no exact figures but approximately 75-80% of the flowers that enter the Uk currently enter from Holland primarily though

We courier flowers Nationwide

Over the past year or two we have been selling our British Flowers to florists all over the UK via a next day courier service. We have been slowly building a following of florists who want to stock and use

In the Papers again!

Another nice article in the Western Morning News recently by Athwenna Irons focusing on our success at the BFA Awards and British Flowers. British Flowers have made a real comeback recently and demand is growing all the time, we hope

Flower Wholesaler of the Year 2018

It is with a huge amount of pride that we can tell you we were recently voted Local Flower Wholesaler of the Year 2018 at the British Flower Association  Awards at Fleurex in Birmingham. The Award is voted for by

The Land where Time stood still.

Yes if you’ve been following our newsfeed this is the land where time stood still!!   Its been a while since we’ve updated things, 16 months actually, doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun!!! In our last post we told you about

A sad time on the Nursery

Its been a sad September here on the nursery, not just because Vaughan is retiring after many years of great service but we’re losing something even older.    Back in the early Seventies my dad took part in the first

Our exciting Biomass Boiler project

A few weeks ago we started work on our exciting new Biomass Boiler project. Growing flowers through the winter months has become increasingly more difficult every year when you look at how much the price of oil has risen over

After a long hard summer, the News is back!

It might seem like an odd thing to say but it really is hard to keep the website updated during the summer flower season. A few moments here and there to type a few words shouldn’t be difficult but once

Visit to our friends Nursery

Last night I paid a visit to our friend Adrian who we’re lucky to have growing a range of summer flowers for us. Adrian manages several acres located here in the sunny Tamar Valley all by himself providing us with

The first Signs of Life!

It was really encouraging seeing the first signs of life in the summer crops whilst out looking for storm damage this morning. Even though it has been one of the wettest and windiest winters in my lifetime it has also been fairly