Frequently Asked Questions
When do I need to order and collect my flowers?
We take orders for flowers every day Monday to Friday, and can arrange for Saturday collection by arrangement. We need as much time as possible as each bouquet is picked to order, we dont hold flowers for days like a florist. We pick the day before you collect your blooms so we need at least 24 hours, and preferably at 48 hours from ordering until collection to ensure your flowers are properly re-hydrated before we arrange them.
How do I order and pay for my flowers?
There are two ways you can order your flowers. Firstly through click and collect using this website to place and pay for your order. Or you can contact us by phone or email to place an order and pay by direct debit when ordering or pay by cash on collection.
How can I transport my flowers?
Our bouquets are presented for collection in a vase with water, finished off in a beautiful box with ribbon or raffia. This makes them easy to transport whilst also keeping your blooms fresh.
How do I care for my flowers?
Before you place your bouquet in a vase, make sure it has been thoughly cleaned, and if possible has been in the dishwasher
Dont be afraid to cut the string holding the flowers together. They will love the freedom and will keep their shape
Fresh flowers love fresh water, so it pays to refresh the water each day if you can and try not to leave the bouquets out of water for any length of time if you are travelling.
If it is warm, give them a little spray of water from a mister, they really love this
If you can, every few days trim a little off the ends of the stems
You will find some blooms last longer than others in the vase. So as some go over, take them out and this will help keep the remaining flowers fresh
Can we see your flowers beds?
We just love to show people our beds, it is just amazing to see the flowers growing at different times of the year. If you are interested just let us know and we will be delighted to work out a time to show you what goes on behind the scenes!