Great Britain has a unique and world-renowned gardening tradition. We think British flowers once again deserve recognition for their beauty and diversity and simply because they are grown here.
No chemical fertilisers are used on our land; we rely on homemade composts to replenish and increase soil fertility instead. We have a relaxed attitude towards the plants and animals who share the growing space with the flowers and never apply chemical pesticides and herbicides.
Our flowers are grown organically, using biodynamic production methods, alongside vegetables and fruit, chickens, geese, bees, horses, sheep, and lots and lots of wildlife, which is still abundant in the New Forest.
Our flowers are not airfreighted or transported over long distances by road. They are a truly local and seasonal product.
- Biodynamic Association – deepening your understanding of growing in tune with nature
- Flowers From The Farm – the network for small-scale British flower growers
- Freshwater Habitats Trust – raising awareness for freshwater wildlife
- Plantlife – the wildflower conservation charity
- Rare Breeds Survival Trust – looking after rare breeds of domestic animals
- Social Farms & Gardens – bringing people together on the land and re-socialising agriculture and horticulture