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Mark the Changing Seasons with Artificial Flowers

Adapting your professional venue to the changing seasons could be far simpler than you imagine, and certainly have a more prolific effect in terms of cosmetic value. You wouldn’t leave the Christmas decorations up year round, so why are there still daffodil floral arrangements lining the corridors of your school/committee meeting rooms/wedding venues/offices etc?

Summer

Since we’re in the middle of the summer months, here are a few of our seasonal summer recommendations. Lavender is a gem of the summer season, as is the abundant hydrangea. And don’t forget a healthy dose of greenery in the form of trailing plants and ferns.

Autumn

The deep palette of autumn is one of our favourite floral arrangements themes, and includes such blooms as the gorgeous camellia and delphinium.

Winter

No blooms are more winter wonderful than the traditional poinsettia. We stock lots of different poinsettia artificial flowers and arrangement styles that are ideal for
seasonal use.  And don’t forget to invest in some top quality artificial holly to complete your winter wonderland.

Spring

Crocus, daffodils, daisies, tulips – spring really is the season of flowers! Lucky for you, you needn’t invest in bulbs and a gardener every year. Rather, we recommend opting for artificial arrangements from our catalogue to be carefully stored and changed throughout the seasons.

If you’d like a little advice on the best seasonal flowers for your venue, get in touch and we’ll do our best to hand-pick the best blooms for the job!

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