Lavenders of Covent Garden opens at the Flower Market

Written by Cassie Burt
October 22, 2019

Lavenders of Covent Garden opened earlier this month bringing a dazzling new range of sundries to the Flower Market.


Lavenders was established more than 30 years ago by Jeannenne and Norman Lavender, to supply the florist trade with sundries, basket ware and dried flowers. Jeannenne and Norman's son, Brady joined the family business in 1994 taking over the business soon after, when his Dad sadly passed away. Later being joined by his wife Faye.

In February 2019, Lavenders was bought by APAC, who also owns Flower Market wholesaler Whittington's. Lavenders joined Whittington's at the Flower Market earlier this month when they took over the corner unit between Evergreen Exterior Services and Quality Plants.


The newly redone unit has been fitted with a mezzanine floor allowing more space to create seasonal and themed areas, such as an Aztec room and a huge Christmas range.


Lavenders of Covent Garden offer a huge range of decorative sundries. Some of their best sellers include silk flowers, popular with restaurants and retailers.


As well as, dried flowers and basket ware, which are back on trend.


You'll also find a huge range of pots and vases available.


Plus, plenty of faux fruit for something a little different.


This is just a peak at some of what Lavenders of Covent Garden has available. Make sure to pop in next time you are at the market to say hi to the team and have a look at their full range.

You can keep up to date with Lavenders of Covent Garden on Instagram and Facebook.


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