Nursery Fresh are delighted to have been appointed as the sole flower supplier to SAFAS (Scottish Area of NAFAS), who will be representing NAFAS at The Chelsea Flower Show 2013.
This is the third time that Nursery Fresh has been given the honour of supplying the NAFAS main display at Chelsea and in the last four years and have been thrilled to see their flowers help NAFAS achieve a Silver Gilt and Gold medals.
Nursery Fresh wish Valerie Davidson and her team every success for 2013 and look forward to working with them.
If you are planning to visit any Flower Festival this year, then Winchester Cathedral’s ‘Symphony of Flowers’ is the one.
Nursery Fresh have supplied the most successful Cathedral Flower Festivals all over the UK and are thrilled to be sole supplier to what will be ‘The Flower Event of 2013’
A stunning flower festival with contemporary and classic arrangements designed by Angela Turner, international floral designer, on behalf of the
Wessex and Jersey area of NAFAS.
A spectacular array of floral displays will fill the medieval building with colour and, outside in the Inner Close, there will be other horticultural displays, a market and a range of refreshment opportunities and other facilities.
Tickets: Adults £10, children under 16 £5, groups (15+) £8 and NAFAS members £8 available soon from the Cathedral Box Office.
Profits raised will help support the restoration of the Cathedral organ.
Groups are welcome, and special arrangements will be made for entry, coach parking and reception, along with specific catering opportunities to make a day of it. To register an interest in bringing a group please email Sarah Williams, our Visitor Services Manager or call her on 01962 857 225
If you are interested in exhibiting in the retail marqee at this event please firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and an application pack.
Nursery Fresh were delighted to welcome Flower Arrangers to a demonstration by Liz Pelley entitled ‘Church Wedding Flowers’ at their premises in Horndean on Saturday afternoon. The idea behind the theme of the demonstration was to show arrangers new and innovative arrangements using traditional flowers and working within the tight constraints of Church wedding budgets. Whilst creating several arrangements from pew ends to pedestals, Liz also passed on money saving tips and ideas all of which she has gained from her years of church flower arranging. All those who attended commented on how much they had enjoyed the demonstration and left feeling inspired to re-create some of the arrangements in their own churches. A big thank you to Liz and all those who attended.
Below is a selection of photos taken during the demonstration.