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VOTE NOW! 5 days to vote for 3 flower farmers to win the Independent Awards


We are thrilled to announce that 3 magnificent members of Flowers from the Farm – Electric Daisy Flower Farm, Botanical Tales and Petalon – have each been nominated for the prestigious Independent Awards 2021. Founded by Holly Tucker MBE of Holly & Co and co-founder of, this is the largest small business award prize fund in the UK.

What an accolade for these independent, artisan businesses to be nominated, but imagine if they each won their category?! The recognition and profile coupled with the prize money of £10,000 would be a huge boost to their future plans. So, let’s help get them to the finals…

To get to the final, our 3 flower farmers need your votes before judging starts on 23 November. Thankfully, they have each been nominated in different categories, so we don’t have to choose between them! We can support all 3 flower farmers by voting online at Once judging is complete on 29 November, we shall be able vote again for our favourite finalists.


Let’s get voting!


Electric Daisy Flower Farm: Nominee for Business for Good Award  VOTE HERE


Founded by Fiona Haser-Bizony.

ENTRY: “Electric Daisy Flower Farm grow organic flowers on their female-led regenerative flower farm in Somerset to supply their shop in London’s Highgate. Their flowers are free from pesticides, chemical fertilisers and plastic packaging.”

Discover more about Electric Daisy Flower Farm on their website here


Botanical Tales: Nominee for Modern Crafter Award VOTE HERE


Founded by Bex Partridge.

ENTRY: “A creative business born from founder Bex’s love for the natural world and seasons. Bex grows and dries her flowers following sustainable practices and uses these botanicals to create unique pieces for your homes and spaces.”

Explore more about Botanical Tales on their website here.


PETALON: Nominee for Small Business of the Year Award VOTE HERE


Founded by Florence Kennedy.

ENTRY “Petalon is a better kind of flower delivery. It sends carbon neutral bouquets nationwide from its base on a Cornish flower farm. The arrangements change weekly with 5% of profits going to bee conservation.”

Find out more about Petalon on their website here.