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Flower Market sends the Prime Minister and Ms. Symonds congratulatory flowers

Written by NCGM
May 06, 2020

New Covent Garden Flower Market sends flowers to Number 10 to congratulate Prime Minster on birth of his baby son Wilfred.

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New Covent Garden Flower Market has sent flowers to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Ms. Symonds to congratulate them on the birth of their baby son Wilfred.

Two Flower Market business owners, Graeme Diplock of Zest Flowers and Martin Panter of Arnott and Mason, teamed up to create a wonderful bouquet of flowers. Graeme was able to visit Number 10 this morning, welcomed inside to deliver the flowers behalf of everyone at New Covent Garden Flower Market.

Together they created a bouquet that represented the breadth of flowers found across the United Kingdom. All the flowers chosen were beautiful shades of blue including Delphiniums, Bell of Ireland and English roses. These included a note from New Covent Garden Flower Market about our upcoming British Flowers Week celebrations from 15 – 21 June 2020 when we will be delivering another bouquet to the Prime Minister so he can be involved with the celebrations.

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Flowers arranged by Denise Palmer, The B & D Flower Company.

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