Bloom and Burn's British Flowers Week Installation
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British Flowers Week 2019

British Flowers Week is set to return to the Garden Museum from 11-16 June 2019, for a week-long floral exhibition in partnership with founders New Covent Garden Market, the UK’s premier flower supplier.

Uniting florists, flower growers, wholesalers and flower lovers, British Flowers Week is a celebration of Britain’s best blooms, in support of the country’s floral industry.

As part of this campaign, this exhibition will see five of Britain’s top florists creating innovative installations using flowers from the Flower Market. This year’s theme is ‘Memories’ and the florists; Ruth Davis from All for Love London, Terri Chandler and Katie Smyth from Worm, Graeme Corbett from Bloom & Burn, Rowan Lewis of Rowan Blossom and Carly Rogers of Carly Rogers Flowers, will showcase their creations based around their personal memories. The original site-specific installations are being designed in response to various spaces within the Museum.

Associated Events

British Flowers Week Late

On Friday 14 June, the Museum will stay open late till 8pm so you can join us for an after-work drink surrounded by the flowers.

Book tickets to get a free glass of wine

Flowering Up Your Home: From Seed to Vase

Join Wolves Lane Flower Company for a flower-filled workshop, and learn the essential skills needed to grow, cut and arrange seasonal flowers to enjoy at home.

Saturday 15 June | Book here
Sunday 16 June | Book here

About British Flowers Week

Started by New Covent Garden Market in 2013, British Flowers Week is a week-long celebration of the wealth and variety of the best of British cut flowers and foliage. It aims to showcase great British flowers through great British floristry, raise awareness of which British flowers are in season and encourage the public to buy more British flowers.

British flowers and foliage are enjoying a long-awaited resurgence in popularity. Buyers are increasingly demanding more locally grown produce to celebrate the seasons and support British growers. Often scented, British flowers have a natural charm, beauty and just-picked freshness that make them the florist’s favourite.

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Media Partner: Gardens Illustrated

About the Florists

  • All for Love

    All for Love

    All for Love is a leading London florist dedicated to producing beautiful event and wedding flowers. They also specialise in large, horticultural sculptures and public, art installations. The company's name, 'All for Love', comes from founder Ruth's favourite, large headed, bright pink rose.

  • Bloom & Burn

    Bloom & Burn

    Graeme Corbett started Bloom & Burn in January 2016. Before discovering his love for flowers, he worked in the TV industry for 12 years. The business is run from a small studio in North London and he works on weddings and events as well as editorial styling and brand product launches.

  • Carly Rogers Flowers

    Carly Rogers Flowers

    Carly Rogers is a Camberwell based artist, stunning the flower world by combining a passion for flowers with contemporary art and fashion. With a Master’s Degree from the Royal College of Art, Carly’s eye for design goes beyond the traditional floral arrangement and tells a skillfully crafted story.

  • Rowan Blossom

    Rowan Blossom

    Rowan Blossom is a Notting Hill-based florist who specialises in wild and natural creations using seasonal blooms. She left a career in fashion to found her own business in 2014, and her clients include Bloom & Wild, Elle, Matthew Williamson, JW Anderson and the Outnet.

  • Worm


    Katie Smyth and Terri Chandler started Worm in 2016 in East London. What began as a book and bunch delivery service now sees the pair designing flowers for occasions, print and conceptual projects. They are inspired by many things starting with the imperfect wild flowers that grew around them while growing up on the coast of southern Ireland.