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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

    Creating smiles this Mothers Day

    - By Tristan on March 31, 2011

    With only 3 days to go until Mother's Day, Bunches HQ has become awash with pink and purple blooms! A record number of Bunches bouquets will be delivered this weekend, creating thousands of smiles across the U.K. If you haven't sorted your flowers for Mum, Grandma or your Mother-in-law yet, don't forget to place your order by 3pm today for delivery in time for Mother's Day.Here are a few snaps of...


  • Author: Andy

    Mosquito Nets - Iquitos, Peru

    - By Andy on March 29, 2011

    Malaria kills 1 child every 30 seconds worldwide and often leave those who survive with neurological after-affects and impaired learning. A recent investment from Bunches helped to fund Mosquito nets for residents of Iquitos who live in a Malaria 'hot spot'. The nets have now been distributed to leaders representing some 26 villages in the area and will help to protect 100 families from Malaria. T...


  • Author: Tristan

    Now for the science bit...

    - By Tristan on March 24, 2011

    Lilies are one of our best selling flowers due to their exotic appearance, scent and dramatic way the buds open. Well, a couple of boffins from Harvard University were so intrigued by the science behind this, that they commissioned a study into why Lily petals have their characteristic wrinkled edges.They filmed a bud opening using time lapse technology and discovered that the Lily petals grow lon...


  • Author: Tristan

    History of Mothers Day

    - By Tristan on March 22, 2011

    With less than two weeks until Mother's Day, we thought we would give a little history lesson on the origins of the day to celebrate Mums everywhere. Flowers have long been a great way to make Mum feel special with traditions dating back as far back as ancient Greece when a spring festival was held to honour Rhea, the 'Mother of gods'. During the 17th century, celebrations continued when British s...


  • As its Red Nose Day, the Bunches team has been doing something funny for money! Staff members have come to work in their pyjamas, dressed in red and worn pink wigs to raise money for Comic Relief. We've also held a 'bake off', had a jelly baby eating competition and a couple of the team have been waxed all in the name of charity....