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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I buy your flowers?

We offer a limited number of bouquets each week through our website. You can choose from mixed seasonal bouquets or single variety bouquets when we have an abundance of particular flowers, such as dahlias, ranunculus or sunflowers. Please note the pictures on the website are only an example of size and style, your bouquet will be made from what is looking amazing on our plot when you order.

Do you offer delivery?

We currently deliver on Wednesdays within Bristol postcodes BS1 - BS9. We charge a flat £5 delivery fee. If you live outside of these areas but would still like some flowers, please contact us and we'll see if we can help. Please note the cut off for orders is 5pm Monday for Wednesday delivery as we cut all of our flowers to order.

Can I collect my order?

Yes! If you don't fancy paying a delivery fee, you can collect your order from BS3 (near Victoria Park) on Wednesday or Saturday mornings between 9am and 11am. Please note the cut off for orders is 5pm Monday for Wednesday collection and 5pm Thursday for Saturday collection as we cut all of our flowers to order. The full pick up address will be confirmed once you've placed an order.

Where are my flowers grown?

All of our flowers are grown on our micro-farm in South Bristol which is made up of a variety of sites from gardens to spare scraps of land we've brought back to life. We only use flowers we grow ourselves in our arrangements. When we grow up, we hope to expand to a larger plot within the city so we can supply even more flowers! (If you know of a suitable plot, please do let us know!).

Are you organic?

While we are not certified organic, we do not use any pesticides in the production of our flowers. We also don't use any preservatives after harvesting, meaning our flowers are safe for you to handle. 

How should I care for my flowers?

Your flowers will have been given a good drink before they reach you so should be in peak condition. To ensure they last as long as possible, use a clean vase and change the water regularly to prevent bacteria from building up. A small splash of lemon juice or vinegar in the water when you change it will also help prevent bacteria. Snip 1cm from the bottom of the stems every 2 - 3 days so they can keep drinking. Keep them away from direct sunlight and excessive heat such as radiators. Treated in this way your flowers should last around 7 days and often longer.

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