Floweringi is enchanted by flowers and is captivated by their beauty, scent, symbolism and feelings they provoke. Floweringi practices organic floriculture; flowers and foliage are lovingly tended in rhythm with the patterns of the moon and without the use of chemicals or pesticides. Biodynamic …
In The Flower Shop we sell flowers and foliage by the stem or bunch. Our flowers vary every week and you can let us know if you would like us to order particular flowers in for you.
Brides have been carrying bouquets since Roman times as flowers were known as symbols of new beginnings, fidelity and fertility. By Victorian times the flowers themselves were chosen for their meanings. You may like to choose flowers for your bouquet that hold specific meanings to you or simply those that find irresistibly beautiful.
Flowers used in bridal bouquet image include:
dahlia (café au lait) – forever thine
peony (white) – happy marriage
rosa (blush pink) – perfect love
cineraria – you are my delight
stocks – bonds of affection
Floralique is a beautiful harmony of florals and antiques. We care and cherish for all the old planters, urns and vases we use, imagining the stories they coud tell and dreaming of occasions as yet untold. We love using antiques to style floral arrangements and plants and we have are available to hire as well as buy.
Image is of early summer roses gatered from the Flower Garden in a Spry vase. The small creamy white ross are cut from my beautiful rambling Kiftsgate rose that came from Kiftsgate Court Gardens. The creamy white blooms and the slighty flushed soft pink are from the lovely scented rose Madame Alfred Carriere which should flower again later in the season. Frothy lime green asparagus foliage finishes the display.
white rose – heavenly
wild rose -simplicity
asparagus – fascination
In biblical times flowers were picked on the morning of the funeral gathered into a bunch and tied together. Flowers, evergreens and herbs were all chosen for their significant meanings. A sheath may be placed on top of the coffin or a number of sheaves may be used to create ‘a casket spray’.
Image shows white lilies symbolising purity and meaning heaven be with you.