FAQs

How do we buy flowers from you?

You're on the right website for Seasonal, Scented and Sustainable flowers if you are located in the Surrey Hills. Our farm is in East Clandon. We offer our flowers as bunches, bouquets and buckets from April until October, and as dried flowers and foliage wreaths in the winter months. Pop over to the Seasonal flowers page if you are local, and you can order and pay through this website. Or if you'd like to find a flower grower in another part of the UK, we suggest the Flowers from the Farm network.


Can we come and visit?

We love welcoming guests to the farm for workshops, open days and pick your own events, BUT - we also have to grow and pick quality flowers, so we have to ask that you make an appointment to come and see us. You may pick up pre-ordered flowers from our barn in the summer months, Tuesday - Saturday, or pop over to the Flower farm experience page to find an event that might interest you.


Can you provide our wedding flowers?

Yes, we'd love to provide your wedding flowers, we are specialists in DIY flowers, where we provide themed buckets, and bouquets and buttonholes for you to take away and display at your venue. Please look at our Wedding flowers page for more information or contact Claire with your wedding date  to get our Wedding brochure and book in to one of our open days.


I'm a florist, do you provide wholesale flowers ?

Yes we sell to discerning Surrey florists who want to regularly buy our fresh flowers that are grown, not flown. If you will need regular buckets of our flowers, please contact Claire to find out about our Florist T's and C's


Will you talk to our group?

Claire is an experienced speaker and is very willing to talk to groups like Garden societies, and WI's. During the winter months of November to early March, she can come and talk to your Surrey group at your venue. During the Summer months of June to September you are welcome to come to the farm. 

April/May and October are peak planting months, so are not available for talks.


I'm starting growing cut flowers too, can you give me advice?

Yes I'm keen to help the Quality of #Britishflowers by giving advice and training to new growers. You can come to our Workshops, Book a One to One with me, or look at The Business of Selling Flowers online courses which I run with Carol Siddorn and Paula Baxter.