Latest from New Covent Garden Market

  • 10 days till the new Flower Market opens

    Type: News

    In just 10 days’ time, on Mon 3 April, we’ll be opening the doors to our brand new Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market.

  • Product Profile: Health Trends for 2017

    Type: Blog

    In a recent poll of market traders, healthy eating was voted as the number one trend boosting their sales. If you travel across London, it’s not hard to see why. High-end juice bars.

  • Product Profile: Muscari

    Type: Blog

    In this month's Product Profile, we're shining the floral spotlight on muscari. These detailed, petite flowers are such a quintessential spring bloom!

  • Fruit & Veg Market Report [MAR]

    Type: Blog

    At this time of year, France is laughing – the warmer climate means growers edge ahead with early spring crops such as wild garlic and asparagus.

  • Flower Market Report [MAR]

    Type: Blog

    Spring has well and truly sprung at New Covent Garden Flower Market this month! And you'll find pockets of the intoxicating scent of homegrown narcissi greeting you on many stands.

  • Customer Profile: Pomona

    Type: Blog

    “Now the buzz word is local,” says Martin Gallagher at Pomona. “People want our stuff to be English if at all possible.”

  • Product Profile: Hellebores

    Type: Blog

    Hellebores are the focus of this month’s Product Profile. You’ll find them in abundance at New Covent Garden Flower Market at the moment, both as cut flowers and plants.

  • Trading on Saturday 1 April in current Flower Market

    Type: News

    Some of our wholesalers will now be open on Saturday 1 April in the current Flower Market. Not everyone will be open, so please double check with your wholesaler(s).

  • Are you the next star of British Flowers Week?

    Type: Blog

    Over the last four years, we’ve hand-selected 20 amazing florists to showcase British flowers and floristry in our British Flowers Week photoshoot.

  • Fruit & Vegetable Market Report [FEB]

    Type: Blog

    There’s a positive side to the recent fruit and veg crisis – a renewed appreciation of British produce.