The young girl pictured here is Emma Sinnamon who competed in theRHS Chelsea Young Florist of the Year finals. After lugging everything over from Ireland in suitcases before assembling she realised she had no way of clearing it out and asked if we could help. We gave a fri… Read more
The wonderful Neill Strain, floral couturier extraordinaire, dazzled press and guests at his Belgravia boutique throughout Chelsea week in celebration of a very special flower. His famous Flower Lounge underwent a rose takeover to rival that of the Great Pavilion, … Read more
Today’s Queen’s Speech could be especially poignant for Britan’s small businesses as it gave a nod to the difficulties faced by those struggling to settle payment disputes and has prompted comment on changing business rates.
Bridal bouquets can be anything from simple and luxurious to plain bizarre. Be it a head-to-head of slick white roses or a loose asymmetrical bunch it’s always good to be able to offer a range of styles and techniques. We teamed up with Opiflor to bring you two des… Read more
Simon Lycett’s Tea-themed scene
Chelsea this year saw its floristry exhibits expand further into the Great Pavilion as two colleges show off their skills alongside a number of high-end florists who have partnered with hotels to create ‘Time for Tea’ themed display… Read more