8 Aug 2011

Keep It English

In today’s modern world, with genetically modified this.... and all year round that....  the seasons have simply blurred into a high street, watered down, frenzy of nothingness..
Step back with Quintessentially Flowers and let us can guide you back into the arms of English flowers.

This country spoils us with an abundance of beautiful wild flowers locally harvested in and around the British isles. Already this summer we have been spoiled with a bumper crop of peonies and sweet peas. Stocks with their dense thick stems and intense scent have yet again gone beyond the call of duty.

View Our Sunflower Bouquet
As we approach mid-summer there is an abundance of quality English flowers, from lush country Larkspur to Hydrangea, both available in several colours. Classic Royal blue Cornflower the school flower of Dulwich College, traditional England at its best. Rich purple and pink Asters can really give your townhouse sitting room that country garden look and feel.

In a nutshell we as a nation grow everything from Arum Lilies to Freesia's, Dahlia to Gladioli, Electric blue Brodiaea to glorious wild English Delphiniums. Not forgetting the English Rose which is a flower steeped in history, with each individual colour having its own hidden meaning and definition. This summer why not keep it simple, keep it English and keep it elegant.

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