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British Flowering Foliage by Euphoric Flowers

Written by Alastair Owen
June 19, 2014

Our Flower Market customers have one colossal advantage over their peers, and that is Foliage Row.

Throughout the seasons, Foliage Row's expert foliage wholesalers – GB Foliage and Porters Foliage – carry the best assortment of British-grown foliage available anywhere in the country. Little wonder that Euphoric Flowers practically begged to work with foliage for British Flowers Week.

Euphoric Flowers buying philapdelphus and lavender on folaige row during British Flowers Week 2014 at New Covent Garden Flower Market

"Romantic English herbaceous is our natural style," says Victoria Taberer-Bond, who co-owns Euphoric Flowers with Simon Nickell.

"What we have created for British Flowers Week is what we love to do. We are most at home when we're working with seasonal flowers and foliage."

For the Love of Flowering Foliage

This heart overflows with cotinus, stachys byzantina, lavender, philadelphus, golden privet, poppy seed heads, buxus and the leaves of geranium, oak and heuchera.

Euphoric Flowers heart shaped design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage such as cotinus, stachys byzantina, lavender, philadelphus, golden privet, poppy seed heads, buxus and the leaves of geranium, oak and heuchera at New Covent Garden Flower Market

Euphoric Flowers heart shaped design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage such as cotinus, stachys byzantina, lavender, philadelphus, golden privet, poppy seed heads, buxus and the leaves of geranium, oak and heucheraat New Covent Garden Flower Market

Euphoric Flowers heart shaped design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage such as cotinus, stachys byzantina, lavender, philadelphus, golden privet, poppy seed heads, buxus and the leaves of geranium, oak and heucheraat New Covent Garden Flower Market

Fifty Shades of Greenery

Well not quite… but this bouquet shows that there is more to greenery than green. A seasonal bouquet of purple cotinus, silver stachys byzantine, golden privet, white flowering philadelphus, lime green ribes supplemented by white sweet peas and the blue of lavender.

Euphoric Flowers bouquet design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage of purple cotinus, silver stachys byzantine, golden privet, white flowering philadelphus, lime green ribes supplemented by white sweet peas and the blue of lavender.at New Covent Garden Flower Market

Euphoric Flowers bouquet design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage of purple cotinus, silver stachys byzantine, golden privet, white flowering philadelphus, lime green ribes supplemented by white sweet peas and the blue of lavender.at New Covent Garden Flower Market

Euphoric Flowers bouquet design for British Flowers Week 2014 using British Flowering Foliage of purple cotinus, silver stachys byzantine, golden privet, white flowering philadelphus, lime green ribes supplemented by white sweet peas and the blue of lavender.at New Covent Garden Flower Market

Green Arches

Arching branches of oak, eucaluptus, philadelphus, cotinus, flowering privet, aruncus and physocarpus cascade from a moss lined vase.

Euphoric Flowers design of arching branches of oak, eucaluptus, philadelphus, cotinus, flowering privet, aruncus and physocarpus cascade from a moss lined vase for British Flowers Week at New Covent Garden Flower Market

Euphoric Flowers design of arching branches of oak, eucaluptus, philadelphus, cotinus, flowering privet, aruncus and physocarpus cascade from a moss lined vase for British Flowers Week at New Covent Garden Flower Marke

Euphoric Flowers design of arching branches of oak, eucaluptus, philadelphus, cotinus, flowering privet, aruncus and physocarpus cascade from a moss lined vase for British Flowers Week at New Covent Garden Flower Marke

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