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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: Deb

    Fun Helium Balloons

    - By Deb on May 28, 2015

    Bunches helium balloons make a fantastic present for a birthday or celebration and are sure to delight the lucky recipient, making a great alternative to a bouquet of flowers! Fully inflated in the box, once opened your helium balloon will float out to greet the recipient, resulting in a fantastic surprise. We have balloons to suit all occasions: from 'birthday' and 'thinking o...

  • Author: Deb

    Bunches charitable update

    - By Deb on May 26, 2015

    Making a difference is at the heart of our business and we like to keep you all updated by sharing information about the charitable projects we are currently involved with around the world. Read below to find out some more about a pig farm scheme we have been supporting in Mzuzu, Malawi.  We began supporting the creation of the pig farm two years ago  and since then it has gone from s...

  • Author: Deb

    Bouquet of the Month - Purity

    - By Deb on May 21, 2015

    What better way to show someone just how much they are cherished than with one of our most exquisite bouquets? Awash with delicate pastel colours, the wonderful and understated Purity arrangement is sure to make a big impact on arrival and would really enhance your loved one's lounge. The luxurious Purity bouquet features beautiful white Avalanche Roses, lavender Lisianthus, &am...

  • Author: Deb

    Chelsea Flower Show starts today!

    - By Deb on May 19, 2015

    Today marks the start of the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show which, as always, promises to be a burst of colour, innovation and inspiration. The show was opened yesterday in a special preview event where invited guests were shown around the various gardens before today's official opening, and visitors included the Chelsea Pensioners and members of the Royal Family - namely HRH The Queen, The Du...

  • Author: Deb

    Some facts about the month of May

    - By Deb on May 14, 2015

    Lets find out a bit more about what happens in the month of May and the traditions associated with it... May birth flower - Lily of the Valley Also known as 'Our Lady's Tears' because according to legend the bell-shaped flowers that this plant produces are the result of the weeping Mary's tears during the crucifixion of Jesus. The Lily of the Valley produces sweet scented whi...