Small weddings seem to be rising in popularity and we have been providing beautiful flowers for several of these smaller ceremonies in recent months.
Orchids make an excellent gift, they are considered to represent love, beauty and strength. However, the popularity of houseplants in recent years has brought to light the potential harm they can have on the environment in the way in which they are grown.
We now stock lovely body products from Bramley, an English botanicals brand from Wiltshire. Currently in the shop are hand sanitiser, hand soap & cream. The products are made from 100% natural British botanicals, vegan-friendly, cruelty free and the packaging is 100% recyclable.
A Guide to floral mechanics by Sarah Diligent and William Mazuch. Kensington flowers are very proud to have pledged our support to make the publication of this book possible.
Kf are taking a break throughout August to restore our lovely old shop and to focus exciting ideas we wish to pursue for the business. Looking forward to a fresh start in September.
UK Covid-19 Lockdown. Spring 2020 Our bricks & mortar shop will sadly have to remain closed, but Juliet will be resuming London flower deliveries. Safe, contactless ‘door step’ deliveries.
Order online www.kensingtonflowers.co.uk. Fresh flowers & plants available to order.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We are busy preparing Christmas decorations to have your front doors and your homes looking fabulously festive!
Summer is drawing to a close and September sees the beginning of a new school term and the first signs of Autumn looming. The delicate pastel and cool colours of summer flowers gradually being replaced by rich warm and vibrant hues.
From Monday 10 June to Sunday 16 June, independent florists and flower-growers celebrate British Flowers week. Each year, we make a special bouquet using only flowers from British Growers.
We are going greener! Kf has changed wrapping to use Eco-craft biodegradable cellulose. This wrapping is made in the UK from renewable wood chips and is fully bio-degradable and compostable. Cellulose comes from the walls of plant cells.