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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: Tristan

    Spring Sunshine!

    - By Tristan on April 20, 2011

    There is lots to smile about this week - the sun is shining, we've received over 750 pledges as part of our Year of Smiles and we're gearing up for the first of two long weekends filled with Easter egg hunts, seaside getaways and BBQ's.Back in December we blogged about all of the snow we had at Bunches HQ, so as the sun is shining, we thought we'd share a few photos of our premises in Newstead Vil...


  • Author: Tristan

    Another Award!

    - By Tristan on April 18, 2011

    Following on from our Nottinghamshire Company of the Year award last July, we are happy to announce that we now have a new award for the trophy cabinet! Bunches' is proud to be winner of the 'Business of the Month' award from our payment provider, SagePay.We were commended on the personal touches we provide over other online florists and the clever use of videos to promote our products and inform ...


  • Author: Tristan

    Easter flowers!

    - By Tristan on April 15, 2011

    With just over a week to go until Easter Sunday, children across the country are looking forward to eating copious amounts of chocolate, parents will be desperately finding activities to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays and apparently a couple called Will and Kate will be making the final preparations for their big day on 29th April. It's also a lovely time to send your neares...


  • Author: Tristan

    Fancy a chat...?

    - By Tristan on April 07, 2011

    Recent research by Plants4Life has shown that houseplants love nothing more than a good chat, but before you share the latest office gossip with your Peace Lily, the study has shown that they prefer the Liverpool accent in particular. Although it all sounds a bit bizarre, the research has shown that talking to houseplants can actually help them to grow. They tested the theory with plant-lovers f...