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Gordan Castle Flower Plot
An open window in a stone farmhouse is filled with an urn of roses, foxgloves, scented jasmine trails and the pick of June's cut flowers. Photo: Farhill Flowers

Save the Date ~ Celebrate        British Flowers Week              16th – 22nd June 2025

Join us for this annual event managed by Flowers From the Farm which puts British grown cut flowers and foliage firmly in the spotlight. Originally founded by New Covent Garden Market

British Flowers Week

In the decade since New Covent Garden Flower Market first launched British Flowers Week in June 2013, the annual campaign has shone a spotlight on the British cut flower industry, raising the profile of growers, wholesalers and the florists who work with UK-grown flowers.

Now, New Covent Garden Flower Market has decided it’s time to hand the mantle of British Flowers Week to Flowers from the Farm, the industry body promoting small-scale growers of local, seasonal British cut flowers. Flowers from the Farm, with a membership of more than 1000 flower businesses across the UK, is uniquely placed to lead the industry-wide campaign to increase the share of the UK market occupied by flowers grown in this country. Flowers from the Farm has announced that British Flowers Week 2024 will take place on 3rd – 9th June with the theme of…

Igniting the Passion for British Cut Flowers

Wendy Paul, Co-Chair of Flowers from the Farm said:

“New Covent Garden Flower Market’s work in coordinating British Flowers Week for the past decade has helped put British cut flowers on the map. It’s now Flowers from the Farm’s turn to take the campaign forward into its second decade and we cannot wait to get started! Today, UK-grown flowers have just 14% of the UK cut flower market. We want to change that and we’re looking forward to working together with our friends and colleagues across the industry to ignite a passion for British cut flowers.”

A guide to social media for BFW

We want to get as many people as possible celebrating British flowers across the media in the weeks leading up to and including BFW. Here are a few ideas on how you can get involved whether you’re hosting an event or simply championing our incredible industry.

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How to get involved

Celebrate the beauty of the flowers we can grow right here in the UK and get involved, share your images with Flowers From the Farm on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter using the hashtags #BritishFlowersWeek #FlowersFromTheFarm #NewCoventGardenMarket

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Having an Event?

Here are a few ideas on where you can advertise your event.

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Not just for British Flowers Week!

When this particular party is over, our blooms still go on. Find out more about what’s available throughout the year with our learning resources.

Stokesay Flowers grows this gorgeous ruffled creamy rose called Tranquility

Scent throughout the seasons

Victoria Martin of Stokesay Flowers explains why she would always choose a romantic garden rose and why she loves to grow them. Discover her top recommendations for cutting.

Bright red and white sweet peas grow vigourously up cane supports at Gordon Castle.

British flowers through the seasons

Be inspired by British flowers in spring, summer, autumn and winter as we share the extraordinary range of blooms and foliages grown by our members in each of the four seasons.