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Our flower farm is nestled between the stunning Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, set within a 13-acre farm, based in the ancient village of St Briavels.. Jo is an award winning florist, working with a range of clients - providing gorgeously wrapped gift bouquets to full bridal consultancy; from large scale installations to an exciting calendar of workshops; from dried-flower arrangements to thoughtful farewell tributes - we are passionate about all things floral and pride ourselves on getting to know our customers! Our signature look combines quintessential English country borders with loose, foraged hedgerow foliage and wild meadow finds. We want our work to look like you have taken a walk in a country garden and gathered arms full of frothy foliage and blousy blooms. This year we are excited to launch our new florist shop on the farm. Open March to October, Weds to Fri 9-3pm and Sat 10-12pm. Check out our events for flower-themed courses, including: PYO bouquet cream tea days, Grow Your Own Cut Flowers courses, Volunteer courses, Flower Club dates and much more: We also have several open days through the year and offer accommodation on our glampsite here @hopefarmretreats. Sustainability and biodiversity planning is at the heart of everything we do and we have planted 3,000 harvest trees, with the help of 60 community volunteers and established several safe habitats for small mammals. We have installed a 7,500l water capture unit for irrigation. We avoid single-use plastics and floral foam in our designs, floral foam - as well as peat, pesticides and chemicals on the farm - Flowers don't have to cost the earth! Winners of Muddy Stiletto ‘ Best Florist’ in Glos, Worcs and Cotswold 2023, as well as top 5 in their National Awards. We were Finalists for the 2021-22 Rural Business Awards in the South West, commended by the judges for our community and sustainability work. We were also delighted to represent Flowers from the Farm, among other growers from across the country by providing flowers for The Coronation at Westminster Abbey this Spring. We have featured in several National magazines, including English Gardens, Simple Thingd, Your Smallholding and Country Smallholder. We have also published several guest blogs about seasonally grown British flowers and we regular speak at special interest events or conferences. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @WyeValley Flowers Jo x