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Always moving forward so are now trying to introduce changes that will benefit our customers and the environment too. We have recently introduced eco wrap recyclable paper to replace our old cellophane which as you know is not eco friendly, and also using raffia and hessian and garden twine to finish off the tied bouquets.For the carrier bags they will be replaced with paper bags to try and save our planet.  

Beautiful flowers can completely transform a space whether it is a reception area, hotel, office or your home. its so lovely to see the joy flowers bring to customers providing for all those occasions.

Funerals tributes our speciality ,party and birthdays ect are just s few that we cater for. Working with flowers is a journey that leads us to explore fresh ideas that come onto the market. Proactive in sourcing unusual containers and keeping up with new designs and trends we then adapt to suit every budget.

So pop in and pick up a neat bunch on you way to a friend, or order online for same day delivery. 

Since the business started we have had a number of achievements and are extremely proud off them . 

  • Taking part in the Castle Point Britain in Bloom 2016
  • Awarded the Best Shop Front 2017
  • Awarded the Green Award 2017
  • Awarded Benfleet Business Award 2016
  • Recognised in the Good Florists Guide 2018/19
  • Appeared on the 60 Minute Makeover for ITV
  • The presentation flowers for the Olympic Mountain Bike trials 2016/2017
  • Workshop tutorials and classes 
  • Demonstrations for local . churches and organisations 

 

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