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June 2, 2019

The amount of polypropylene film used by florists has increased enormously through my 29 year career. Reducing waste is one of the main focuses in my business. All the bouquets leaving Wild & Wondrous are wrapped with a 100% biodegradable materials such as tissue, kraf...

March 3, 2019

We have been accepted into the exclusive Good Florist Guide, the gold standard of floristry and the only merit-based guide to the finest florists in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Acknowledged as the ‘little black book’ of the very best British and Irish florists Wild...

October 26, 2018

Bright festival wedding flowers at Spring Cottage

October 2, 2018

These are five houseplants especially picked for the owners of dogs, cats, rabbits and birds who sometimes fancy a little nibble on something green. Chlorophytum (spider plant), Cyperus (umbrella plant), Hordeum (cat grass), Beaucarnea (elephant’s foot) or Bambusa (bam...

September 18, 2018

Autumn's setting in on the hill here, very windy today! If you've not quite had chance to dig your scarf out from the back of the drawer, don't worry! September's Flower of the Month is here with luxuriously warm tones for instant autumnal vibes. 

Chrysanthemum 'Fuego'

C...

June 3, 2017

Becky & Richards wedding on Easter Monday was unique experience for the Wild & Wondrous Team. We don't often get a chance to all work together on a wedding project. The shop was closed due to the bank holiday, which gave us a chance to all work on site as a team. Plus...

January 19, 2017

I’m always excited when sourcing sustainably grown flowers for the shop. One of our suppliers has come up trumps this year for Valentine’s Day. I really like Frank and Shane at Clogg Wholesale in Manchester, they know their stuff and they know the farms where most of t...

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