My Flower Patch
Natural Floral Design
Are you looking for naturally styled, British-grown flowers for your wedding, as a funeral tribute or to brighten up your event?
You’ve come to the right place!
Here at My Flower Patch we prioritise flowers grown without chemicals, with a bee- and insect-friendly approach, a low carbon footprint and always with zero air miles. We never use plastic-based floral foam, and we minimize the use of single-use plastic.
Some of the beautiful flowers used in My Flower Patch floristry are grown in Upavon, nestled between Marlborough and Salisbury in Wiltshire. All of the flowers used are British-grown, all year round. Choosing to use other small scale growers as a first choice, and will then top up with larger wholesale growers as necessary.
Are you looking for unique and special wedding flowers
CLICK HERE to find out more about wedding flowers
For wedding enquiries please CLICK HERE to send an email and enquire about your chosen date.
"Sara is incredible. As well as being truly lovely, and clearly passionate about what she does, she is amazing- all our wedding flowers were absolutely beautiful and genuinely exceeded my expectations, and she really listened to what we wanted for our special day and helped it bring it to life. We can't recommend her enough! Thank you, Sara." - Rachel S
Have you lost a loved one and want funeral flowers to represent their true spirit? Do you want flowers for a green or eco-friendly burial?
CLICK HERE to find out more about funeral flowers
Are you looking to spend some time at a workshop, learning a new skill and creating something unique
CLICK HERE to find out more about our workshops
"Such a lovely morning at the wreath making workshop - great fun, rather therapeutic and I surprised my uncreative self with the beautiful wreath that is now on my front door! Many thanks" - Louise W
Please note that we do buy-in from other growers, but we only use British-grown flowers all year round.
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