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Rebekah planting tulips bulbs at Elder and Wild
An autumnal display of cut flower heads, apples and pumpkin in russets, yellows and reds by Harebell and Bee, Gloucestershire.

Discover the beauty of British flowers

Local, seasonal and scented. Beloved by bees and grown near you.

Find your local flower farmer

Our network of members nationwide grows on plots of all shapes and sizes. Find out what inspires the people behind the flowers and why it’s good to buy locally grown British blooms.

Millpond Flower Farm uses its mill pond to model a crop of its freshly picked locally grown flowers as they fill a rowing boat on the water.

A sustainable choice

Buying locally grown flowers not only supports UK flower farmers, but also helps to reduce your carbon footprint and puts a scented country garden straight into your vase.

Keythorpe Hall Flowers - British flower farmer cutting dahlias. Photo by Shoot It Momma.

Member stories

Read about the people behind British flowers: where and what they grow, and why they made the leap into flower farming.