Common Farm Flowers are literally a breath of fresh air.
Using only British-grown plants (mostly by themselves in
Somerset) their flowers and arrangements are fresher by days and
aren't treated with any chemical preserving liquids, which means
they won't lose that gorgeous natural scent.
Even better, they will last for at least a week and even carry
on growing if they're kept in a vase of water.
Georgie and her team specialise in traditional English flowers
such as sweet peas, chrysanthemums and dahlias, for a real cottage
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