Bloomsbury Flowers | covent garden
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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covent garden Tag

No, this is not about Brexit…!!! There are still many independent shops around although they may be few and far between here in the West End of London but we are approaching our 25th anniversary this year...

So, the start to another year and we have already taken out the fresh bulbs that we installed everywhere after the massive Christmas clear out.  Of course, we will be using spring bulbs a lot right...

The past year or so has seen a rising trend in the use of faux flowers.  Now, these are not the plastic flowers you may have found in the bathroom of 1970’s bed and breakfast or...

When we first opened Bloomsbury Flowers in 1994, in the trade, January was always known as the quiet month of the year when you could take time to prepare for the year ahead, give the...

It’s around this time of year that we look back on how far we’ve come, despite the frenetic workload; we recently celebrated 23 years of Bloomsbury Flowers which opened Dec 2nd, 1994 having retired that...

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...