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Bloomsbury Flowers was opened in 1994 by former Royal Ballet dancers, Stephen Wicks and Mark Welford, and quickly became synonymous with beautiful flowers, arranged beautifully.
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Autumn is a lovely time of year in the floristry world; all the berries start to appear such as rosehips, berried ivy and hypericum. The foliage comes into its own with rich brown cotinus, oak, chestnut...

We do love a dahlia…  Their timing is perfect as they come into season just after peonies leave us for another year.  We buy the English grown ones by the bucketful and they come in...

We are lucky enough to have a floor to ceiling shop window so Stephen and the team make a great effort to ensure the display is always eye-catching and stylish.  As a florist, it’s always fun,...

4 years ago, in the summer of 2015, we were invited to be a part of British Flowers Week which was then in it's 3rd year.  It was a huge honour and a great privilege...

Who doesn’t love a peony…?!  A bit like the English asparagus season, the peony season can be quite short so we love to over indulge and use them as much as possible. There are new...

Wow!  What an amazing experience…  Almost a year ago, Joanne Squire and Maureen Murray Fox introduced themselves via email to ask if we would be interested in taking part in this prestigious annual event that...

Preferring to steer clear of the ubiquitous and clichéd red roses, each year we put together a bespoke design for Valentine’s Day, which never includes red flowers of any variety.  The ‘Bloomsbury Blush’ is 2017’s...

Happy New Year! For all those couples that announced their engagement over Christmas or New Year, we’d like to say Congratulations!  As it’s never too early to think about flowers, we’ve put together some pointers which...