Did you know that about 90% of the UK’s cut flower market is imported?
I sell beautiful, fresh, local, seasonal and often unusual flowers grown in our garden and meadows in the Howgill fells, Cumbria.
• One-off bunches
• Flowers by subscription
• DIY large bucket of flowers and foliage
• Natural, floral and foraged installations
Workshops throughout the year
Christmas Wreath Workshops
at The Black Bull, Main Street, Sedbergh LA10 5BL
Saturday 30th November 11am
Monday 2nd December 6pm
£55 ~ including delicious festive lunch or dinner created by Nina and her team (depending on the date you choose) + a glass or two of mulled wine to get you into the Christmassy swing!
All the natural ingredients you could possibly need ~ herbs, foliage, twigs, cones, berries, dried flowers, fruit and spices ~ to craft your wreath, foraged from my garden and hedgerows.
SPACES ARE LIMITED
Please book directly with the Black Bull. 01539 620 264 or email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you there
About our Jam Jar Flowers
What else is there to say? Thank you sooo much for the wonderful floral display for Helen’s birthday. Very beautiful.”
“Oh wow - the flowers are magnificent!!
Thank you so much Pepy.”
“OOOooh my bouquet is so lovely!”
“Oh my word! What beautiful, amazing flowers! Thank you so much.”
Special Occasion flowers
For an Easter display:
A Cumbrian dry stone wall recreated in the large restaurant window of The Black Bull, Sedbergh, with moss, narcissi, ferns, primroses, nettles, docks, … “absolutely perfect”.
Funeral flowers in the Yorkshire Dales in February
“Thank you so very much Pepy, the flowers, pussy willow branches and moss-covered twigs, seed heads and all of it were completely wonderful. You almost divined what it was I wanted, and supplied exactly that. I was quite worried I wouldn’t be able to find the kind of ultra seasonal, ultra natural, as-if-I-went-out-and-foraged-it-myself flowers I was seeking for my father’s funeral, but you delivered, literally in bucketfuls. And not easy in the newly thawed wilds of late winter Sedbergh! So, thank you, hope to find a perhaps happier occasion to use you in the future!”
Funeral flowers in December
“We approached Pepy because we wanted a natural and understated rather than gaudy display of colour for my father’s funeral. Pepy has a real talent for seeing natural beauty. She listened to what we wanted and immediately came up with the idea of a baslet containing a display including bulbs that could be planted out afterwards. Rather than flowers dying off, this would give us something that would continue to bloom and grow year after year. She included winter violets and hyacinths which brought muted colours and ivy for structure. What was really touching was the inclusion of wild strawberries. Pepy wasn’t aware that my parents’ house always had wild strawberries, but including something which would bear fruit in summer was a lovely touch. I have no hesitation in recommending Pepy and Backyard Blooms, but not only for funeral arrangements; but for any time that you want something natural with a personal touch.”