Flowers

It's British Flowers Week

Written by Claire Levi
June 15, 2018

Get ready for British Flowers Week! From 18-24 June we're celebrating British flowers and the people who grow them, sell them and create stunning designs using them.

This is our sixth year running this campaign that's all about bringing together independent florists, wholesalers and flower growers to raise awareness of British flowers and foliage.

Brand new for this year, we’re teaming up with the Garden Museum to put six specially commissioned, all British floral designs from six amazing florists on display. You’ll be able visit the installations at the Garden Museum from Monday 18 to Sunday 24 June.

It’s the first public show of floral designs in the history of British Flowers Week, and we're amazed with what our florists created. If you’re not able to visit, don’t worry. You can see the installations on the British Flowers Week website.

Garden Museum Nave By David Grandorge

Nave of the Garden Museum where the installations will be on display. Photo by David Grandorge.

You can get involved by posting with the hashtag #BritishFlowersWeek and following the hashtag to see the stunning installations in the Garden Museum and other activities throughout the country.

Keep up to date by following us on Instagram @MarketFlowers, Twitter @MarketFlowers, and signing up to our email updates.

Agent F Vase Arranging Masterclass With Supper At Town Hall Hotel

Agent F Flowers are running floristry masterclasses during British Flowers Week.

Alongside the exhibition at the Garden Museum, throughout the week there’s celebrations of British flowers across the country in flower shops, city centres, stately homes and markets, with pop-up shops, flower farm open days and floristry workshops.

Check out what's happening when over on the British Flowers Week website.


If you want to find out more about British Flowers Week, then head over to our dedicated website www.britishflowersweek.com.

And if you've got anything planned for the week, we'd love to hear about it! Email us at hello@cgma.co.uk to let us know what you're up to.


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