Local Flowers Glasgow

Mamore St, Glasgow G43 2YU, United Kingdom

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07857 689 312

I supply garden and field- grown blooms and foliage with a full florestry service including design, delivery and set up for weddings.

You can also choose to have generous buckets of flowers delivered in peak condition if you prefer to make your own bouquets and arrangements.

Prices for all options are displayed on my website.

 
I began hobby gardening in London but when I returned to my home town of Glasgow in 2000 I studied Horticulture and garden design. 

I bring my knowledge of plants, colour and form to bring a natural ‘just picked’ feel to your wedding. Not so difficult when you can be sure that your blooms will have been grown within a few miles and will be as fresh and fragrant as possible!

All images here are my own flowers, please click the link to my website 

localflowersglasgow.weebly.com.  to see a large gallery of wedding bouquets and arrangements. 

The main growing season is  between April and October.
Orders outwith these times can be fulfilled with our own homegrown foliage and a minimum of purchased flowers- British, organic and scented whenever possible.

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