Terms and Conditions

These terms and conditions are for anyone joining Flowers from the Farm. Not long winded, they are just common sense, but mean that everyone who joins knows what is expected of them

  1. As a member of Flowers from the farm, you will be part of the British Flowers movement. You agree to promote British Flowers by being positive about your growing and floristry and by getting to know others in complementing roles to you, so that you can help to promote them too.
  2. When placing anything on the website; comments, questions, webpage information, or image etc. you will do so within the confines of British Law, and within the spirit of 1.
  3. Again when using our logos, that must be done within the confines of law
  4. When you use a photo, you MUST own the copyright of the image (i.e. you took the picture yourself or have the permission of someone else who took it to upload it). By uploading a photo you are agreeing to indemnify us from any liability resulting from breaches of copyright of the image existing online on our website in digital form.
  5. We reserve the right to use any image uploaded to the website by you, to promote British Flowers elsewhere on the website, or on our social media feeds.
  6. Any uploads to your page will be reasonable and limited in number and size. A maximum of 5 photographs of 1Mb each is regarded as reasonable.
  7. You agree not to use or download any images from this website which did not originate from you.
  8. Your access to the “backend” of this website is limited to the editing of your own page, your profile and account details.
  9. We reserve the right to alter, delete and suspend your account if circumstances of unreasonable use as described above occur.
  10. As a member of Flowers from the Farm, you will be part of the British Flowers movement. The success of this movement depends on every one of us working together in a positive, co-operative manner. You agree to promote British Flowers by sharing news about your growing and floristry and by getting to know others in complementary roles. You will get out of it what you put in.