I really am thrilled to be able to say that my flower filled dreams are now becoming a reality.
My flower addiction started from a very young age and is definitely something that's in my genes. Both my Mum and Grandma were very keen flower gardeners. I grew up in the Sussex Countryside on the Ashdown Forest where natural floral inspiration was abound!
I was given my own flower patch to tend to at the age of ten and my horticultural interest blossomed from there.
My parents were furniture shop owners and as a teenager I worked in the shop. My interest in floristry begun when I started to dress the tables with the flowers I had grown in my parents garden.
Later in life I worked as a landscape gardener, tending to gardens in the Surrey Hills and then as a retail plant area manager within a garden centre.
Alongside my horticultural work I also trained as a florist, taking on freelance wedding work whenever I could fit it in.
More recently undertaking my floral training at the world renowned Judith Blacklock Flower School based in Knightsbridge.
Owning my own home grown flower business has been something I have been working towards for a very long time. I'm thrilled to now have the opportunity to finally pursue my flowery dreams.
This year is my first year on the farm and I certainly have a lot of hard work ahead of me!
You can follow my flowery trials and tribulations and general flowery musings on my blog below.
Rebecca is also available to provide educational talks at local clubs and venues. Her talks include a fuse between horticulture and floristry. They generally include a demonstration and a question and answer session. She can tailor her talk to your requirements.
Just drop us an email and she'll get back to you with availability and options.
At Blooming Cow Flowers we do things a little differently.
We are proud to be living our values and aim to do the very best for our customers.
Each bouquet is designed by hand with the best flowers available. Our flowers are English grown where possible. Some also come direct from the cutting garden on site.
We do not use synthetic pesticides or chemicals on the flowers we grow and all our packaging is either recyclable or biodegradable.
Our designs naturally reflect the seasons and convey a wild yet refined 'just picked from the garden' country style. You will find our bouquets often feature a varied selection of foliages, herbs and seed heads.
Our bouquets feature quirky names such as: Pretty Cow, Classy Cow, Crazy Cow and Wild Cow! All you need do is choose which cow best suits your moood!
You can be sure to receive a beautiful and thoughtfully put together arrangement that will surpass your expectations.
Winter: In the winter months we source some of our flowers from abroad.
To find out more about some of our suppliers used please go to our 'Fellow Growers' page below.