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So much is happening here at Bunches from one day to the next and now you can read all about it in our blog.
Updated regularly, read on for funny anecdotes, stories about working amongst the wonderful world of flowers and plants and see photos of us all behinds the scenes and more...

  • Author: DebC

    National Meadows Day

    - By DebC on July 02, 2015

    This Saturday, 4th July sees the launch of the first National Meadows Day. The aim of this day is simple - to raise awareness of the decline of the British wildflower meadow. The day aims to show the public what can be done to restore our meadows and ensure they are kept safe for future generations. The day has been organised by the Heritage Lottery funded 'Save our Magnificent Meadows...

  • Author: DebC

    Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

    - By DebC on June 30, 2015

    This year the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is celebrating its 25th anniversary and is host to many wonderful gardens, including the RHS Anniversary Maze and The Amnesty International Magna Carta 800 Garden, built especially to honour the 800th anniversary of the signing of the extremely important Magna Carta document. There are also two extra special gardens which will be a treat for a...

  • Author: DebC

    5 facts about Wimbledon

    - By DebC on June 25, 2015

    Wimbledon fever is upon us again, with the famous tennis competition opening it's doors on Monday June 29th. The yearly event attracts visitors from far and wide as well as our very own Royal family, with visitors indulging in copious amounts of strawberries and cream. Here are a few facts about the historic event : Wimbledon is hosted by the All England Lawn Tennis Club whi...

  • Author: DebC

    Sustainable flowers - Florvede

    - By DebC on June 23, 2015

    Here at Bunches.co.uk we are committed to providing you with beautiful flowers and plants without compromising the environment or well being of the people who grow our blooms.  This means that where possible, we will always seek to work with farms who take a responsible approach to supplying us with ethical flowers. A scheme that we currently support as much as we can is called 'Florve...

  • Author: DebC

    Summer Garden tips for June

    - By DebC on June 18, 2015

    Now that summer is here, many of you will be planning to spend a lot more time in the garden with family and friends. Here are some of our top tips for keeping your garden lovely during June and over the warmer summer months : Make sure you keep your lawn looking nice and tidy by giving your grass a mow once a week. To keep your flowers and plants looking fresh over summer, make sure you w...