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Beautiful cut flowers grown here in the Cotswolds, by Helen Pooley and Sophie Heneage.  

As British growers, our season has now finished and re-starts in earnest in May with the arrival of tulips. 

Want to know where to get our flowers?...You can order bouquets for local delivery from £35.00 here in our web shop.  
You can also sign up for a subscription of lovely seasonal mixed 'buckets' of our cut flowers for £25 for a fortnightly delivery to your door from May until October.
Message us if you are interested in signing up for next year. 

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 got into the business of growing flowers because we like being outside, we like being outside because we like being in nature and so it makes sense that we strive to grow our flowers in ways that nurture and enrich the land and the environment where we work - and not to harm it. We do not use pesticides, we feed the soil not the plants, we harvest rain water and (for the soil geeks amongst you) we run a no dig plot. Working seasonally, locally and as sustainably as we can, we try to continually improve our working practices to be the good stewards of our land and the natural environment. We love being outside and surrounded by wildlife, growing seasonal flowers with scent and soul and laughing...far too loudly. 

We are a small business and so rely on sales to local customers (Chipping Norton, Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh and surrounding villages). If you are local, and love your flowers natural, seasonal and a little bit wild then we would love to sell to you!  We also supply freelance florists and retailers, as well as doing our own weddings and 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.