Seasonal cut flowers grown in the Cotswolds by Helen Pooley.
Flowers available now!
I got into the business of growing flowers because I like being outside and in nature and so it makes sense that as a company we strive to grow our flowers in ways that nurture and enrich the land and the environment - rather than harm it. No chemicals, no air miles and no refrigeration, we produce flowers that are good for the land,
for us and for you too! Working seasonally, selling locally and continually trying to improve the sustainability of our working practices in order to be good stewards of our land and the natural environment. I love being outside, surrounded by wildlife, growing seasonal flowers with scent and soul and laughing...far too loudly.
Buying our flowers
SUBSCRIBE: You can subscribe to lovely seasonal 'mixed buckets' of our cut flowers, £20 for a fortnightly collection from our plot in Little Compton (GL56). Sign up for 3,6 or 12 consecutive buckets from May until October. You can sign up any time from now!
ONE OFF ORDERS: Via the web shop or by phone you can order one off bouquets
for local delivery from £35.00,
a 'mixed bucket' of stems for collection or a ‘wrap bucket' of the flower of the day for collection any time from £10… call on 07980 088 320 to see what is available this week.
OUT AND ABOUT: Finally, you can find us at the Charlbury Traders' Spot on a Saturday morning from 9.00am (from May) as well as order with your weekly veg through The Kitchen Garden People (www.thekitchengardenpeople.org) at Farm Ed (www.farm-ed.co.uk).
We are a small business and so reply on sales to local customers (Chipping Norton, Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh, Bourton on the Water Charlbury and surrounding villages). If you are local and love flowers, then we would love to sell to you. We also supply freelance florists and retailers, as well as doing our own events work. If you have a specific query or request then please do get in touch - we’d love to hear from you.
Wilder Flower Farm, local, seasonal, beautiful... and a little bit wild.