At Permabloom we're busy planning our spring 2017 range. We value our customers opinion and would love to know if you would buy these tulips. They will be priced at £19.99 for a bunch of 8.
Our round up of the best floral deisgn blogs to follow. These are 5 blogs that we follow and recommend to you.
A daily updated floristry blog by Rona Wheeldon, sharing her passion for floristry and providing tips for other florists.
The blog of Rachel Husband, a Somerset based florist. Contains stunning imagery of her work.
The stapline of this blog is 'indulging floral passions' and that really comes across, a real labour of love by Julie sharing her passion for flowers.
Igor & Judith's blog has regular features on popular houseplants.
Ingrid Henningsson shares her passion for flowers with some creative arrangements. This blog is great inspiration for anyone who wants to create their own arrangements.
Of Spring and Summer- Facebook.
Get your tulips like these here - Artificial 24cm Purple and Pink Tulips
Permabloom customer TRC, creating this beautiful display for Dita Von Teese's popup shop in Selfridges.
We love seeing what our customers create with our flowers!
The charity is the umbrella organisation for over twenty charities and organisations that support children with heart problems in the UK.
During the Saturday there were a lot of CHF families visiting to see the car and the drivers and to meet up with the members of the charity who have helped them. In the evening, the hospitality tent was transformed into an upmarket restaurant and Steve Ellis (who is setting up a gastropub in Windsor) offered his services to provide a fabulous 4 course evening meal for the sponsors of the race.
Over £114,000 for the CHF which was a fantastic achievement and will really make a huge difference to the charity.
By popular demand, we have reduced our free delivery threshold to just £20.
At just £20 Permabloom customers can now get free delivery without spending a large amount.
If you have any feedback please get in touch.
Whilst walking through the city of Norwich the other day I found this tree below in a garden and thought it was worth sharing here.
To me this is a great use of artificial flowers used in conjunction with nature. Had this design been tried with cut fresh flowers they would not last long at all without water, where as I'm sure this will last for a many months if not years.
They Last Forever
Your Valentine will be able to keep your rose, making your gift last a lifetime instead of just a few days.
Should you be giving a red rose to your Valentine on a first date, she can then keep this to look back on for years to come and remember where it all began.
You Can Rely on Them
So you plan on buy an real red rose on Valentine's day. However, with demand so high on this day, you try all the local florists but they are all sold out, leaving you empty handed. However, with an artificial rose you can buy in advance, saving the hassle, worry and disappointment on the day.
What if she's allergic to flowers
All real flowers can cause allergies to people who are sensitive to pollen. If you Valentine is allergic to pollen, choosing real flowers could ruin a romantic moment.
if you are interested in choosing artificial flowers this Valentine's day, take a look at our valentines artificial flowers range