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Little Paddock Flowers

About My Business

Little Paddock Flowers (near Swindon, Wiltshire) is all about celebrating British grown, seasonal, country garden flowers. One of a growing number of artisan flower growers across the U.K. growing from seed, bulb and tuber into beautiful, fragrant blooms for local customers. Our planting is carefully planned to ensure we have a wonderful array of flowers throughout the season to suit all tastes and colour schemes.

We combine our fresh, fragrant & beautiful country garden flowers from our cutting patch at Roves Farm, near Swindon, with pickings and harvests of foliage from hedgerows and woodlands around the farm to ensure you have all the floral material you need.

We love DIY brides wishing to arrange some or all of their own wedding flowers! So, if you are looking for locally grown, eco friendly and beautifully scented country garden flowers for your wedding day then we might just have what you are looking for. Visit us, by appointment only, year round to discuss your ideas and visions. We supply you with buckets of freshly picked and conditioned flowers ready for you to arrange with the help of your family and friends; beautifully scented sweet peas, sweet William, foxgloves, delphiniums, larkspur, dahlias, cosmos, scabious, ammi, bupleurum and many, many more.

We welcome enquiries from our local florists and flower arrangers looking to use locally grown flowers. We currently specialise in mixed flower buckets picked to a colour or style theme, but are happy to accommodate other requests.

Please do get in touch!

Charlotte & Jo x


Contact Details

Charlotte Hamilton

What I offer

DIY flowers for brides
A Year of Flowers
Bouquets and Buckets service
Bouquets delivered locally
Dried Flowers
Event flowers
Farmgate flowers
Farmshop flowers
Florist using local, seasonal flowers
Flowers for brides
Flowers for florists
Flowers for photoshoots
Flowers for therapy
Local sales
Market stalls
Party flowers
Weekly subscription
Wholesale flowers
Workshops - Bespoke

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