THE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS YOU NEED TO FOLLOW FOR FLORAL INSPIRATION
With Spring in full swing, the days getting longer and the sun slowly thawing our wintery bones, we're finding solace from lockdown through the incredible imagery and flower arranging ideas from our favourite independent florists.
We can't get enough of Willow's IGTV videos where she regularly shares tutorials, tricks and tips for getting the most from your flowers. This week in advance of the long weekend, she teaches us how to make a woodland Easter garden in a basket - and if you scroll down you'll discover her secret tips on making your supermarket tulips look more whimsical, ideas for the best looking tablescapes and how to make a gorgeous spring wreath. On her site you'll find even more inspiration, workshops that she's hosting and her shop where you can find anything from hand-tied posies, vases, books and the most stylish secateurs we've seen.
Kitten and team are based between London and Somerset and specialise in creating extraordinary displays for events & weddings. Kitten may be low key and humble but her arrangements are anything but. If you're looking for a spectacular (but completely unpretentious) and unique display that incorporates sustainability and style, then this is your girl.
JamJar Flowers is a London based floral design studio. Run by dynamic duo Melissa Richardson and 'co-conspirator' Amy Fielding, the girls are endlessly inspired by the changing seasons and dedicated to using seasonal flowers, focussing on composition, colour and form. As well as fantastic installations for events, the girls also host workshops, and in 2017 launched their online shop, "JamJar Edit" where you can shop homeware, flower pressings and the most beautiful botanical gifts.
Relatively new to the game, owner Siana's style provides a unique and fresh take on traditional bouquets that can often feel a little overcomplicated. Colourful and simplistic, these charming displays feel like a wink from Spring herself, adding life and zing to our instagram feeds.
Fern Verrow is a 16-acre certified biodynamic farm at the foothills of the Black Mountains in Herefordshire. No stranger to the game, Jane Scotter has been farming the land since 1996, cultivating a wide range of truly seasonal vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers. Since 2015, Fern Varrow has been providing all the fresh supplies to one of London's top restaurants, Spring, but also supplies produce boxes and flowers to private customers.