Nursery Fresh are expecting one of their busiest weekends of the year as sole supplier to The Chichester Cathedral Flower Festival 2012.
Working with 150 flower arrangers and approximately 50,000 stems of flowers, Nursery Fresh will sort and condition every single stem prior to delivery to the Cathedral.
Thousands of lilies will be delivered today so that they will open in time for next week’s event.
The Nursery Fresh ‘Team’ have supplied the Chichester Cathedral Flower Festival since 2006 and are thrilled to be working with Internationally renowned florist, friend and Patron Paula Pryke
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Lilies ready for delivery to Chichester Cathedral
To celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Royal Garrison Church in Old Portsmouth, this beautiful old building is being decorated with flowers.
Following a Thanksgiving service on Thursday 24th May at 11.00am and the dedication of a memorial plaque, the flowers displays will be open to the public.
Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
Nursery Fresh is delighted to have been asked to supply the flowers for this celebration, which has been organised by Sheila Eastwood and her team.
Flower Arrangers Jenny Gale (r) and Liz Wilcox (l) of The Royal Garrison Church take delivery of the flowers from Nursery Fresh
Once again, Nursery Fresh Ltd have been nominated for the Wedding Industry Awards.
Last year we were thrilled to be in the top 10 Wedding Florists for London and the South East and would like to thank all of the Brides who voted for us.
If we had the Privilege of supplying your wedding, or are about to supply your wedding flowers, then we would be very grateful if you could take 5 minutes and vote for us…………. Thank you.
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Nursery Fresh were thrilled to have been asked by Debbie Wadge of Salisbury, to supply flowers for the Queens visit to Salisbury this week.
Debbie is an extremely well known flower arranger who – along with her husband, owns Chris Wadge Clocks in Fisherton Street, Salisbury – the route that the Queen took on her visit this week. Debbie was asked by the ‘Fisherton Street Traders’ to decorate some of the members shops with Red, White and Blue flowers.
Debbie used Akito Roses, Red Carnations, Blue Iris, Phoenix palm and Aspidistra leaves
From: Jean L
Sent: Tuesday, 1 May 2012, 9:03
Subject: Selborne Wedding
Good Morning Sally
Re: Wedding at Selborne Church
Your help, attention to detail, the beautiful flowers and the excellent delivery service were all faultless. Suffice to say, my task of ‘doing’ the wedding flowers for my son and future daughter in law would not have been achievable without the help and expertise of Nursery Fresh; I cannot thank you all enough.
If there are any photos from the wedding that I think might be of interest to you I will make sure you get a copy. Your flowers were a joy to work with and they lasted amazingly well through the various car journeys and treatments they had to endure; and whilst my arrangements would never have won prizes in a floral decoration class, they looked at home for a country wedding and were hugely appreciated by the bride and her mother.
I am very grateful to you Sally. May your business go from strength to strength – it certainly deserves to do so.
Kind regards and best wishes.
Nursery Fresh is delighted to welcome Rebecca Warwick onto the team.
An extremely talented, formally trained florist with over 16 years experience, Rebecca had her own shop in the busy town of Emsworth, Hampshire, for many of them until taking a break to raise her family. She brings to the team her own unique style, complimenting the high standards put in place by our own Clare Dridge.