Dried Flower Bouquet; chemical-free, low-carbon, grown by a social enterprise in Bristol

Heart of BS13
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When you buy what Heart of BS13 grow, cook or make you're supporting social enterprises to make a difference!

The photos are examples of bouquets, but they will change dependent on season so your bouquet is likely to look different from the photos.

From Heart of BS13
At Heart of BS13 Flowers, we are passionate about growing flowers and have recently set up our new flower farm at the Hartcliffe City Farm market gardens.

Unlike most flowers available in the shops, ours are not sprayed with pesticides, flown in from across the world or at all generic – they are chemical-free, low-carbon, seasonal with a sweet scent and incredibly beautiful.

About Heart of BS13
Heart of BS13 works across the life course, mobilising children, young people and adults towards better health. In a community where health inequalities impact significantly on life chances, we take action to challenge food insecurity, improve the environment and address physical and mental health concerns.

At Heart of BS13 we know that people become healthier when education, training and work opportunities exist. We want to inspire and create social enterprise here, putting BS13 on the map as a place where innovation supports employment and a healthy and thriving community.


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
George Taylor
Lovely dried flowers for Mother’s Day

Bought these for my mum as a more sustainable gift than live flowers. She loves them!

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