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As well as florists we are flower farmers. You will often find us tending to our flowers in our walled garden and polly-tunnel. We grown purposefully for our clients. Our flowers are much more fragrant than imported flowers, they also tend to have much more interesting shapes and fluidity. This is what complements our displays and installations.

With every season I gain new inspiration, I love wintery the months for their gnarly lichen twigs and dusty light, the snowdrops peaking through the moss and dead leaves, the new green coming through and that transition to the vibrant colours summer bings. Then slowly but surely the autumn dried our meadow grasses and turns the bracken from dark green to a magical mustard yellow, and my favorite - the beech trees turning into wirely auburn sculptures.

I am happiest when creating something wild and unconventional, I make our floral arrangements look as if they were naturally growing in situ. I love collaborating with our clients to bring something new, fresh and inspiring. This is helped by using as much locally grown blooms and greenery as we can with the addition of our own home grown flowers.

We are based in Perthshire but will go anywhere the next adventure takes us!

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Flowers from the Farm

We are very passionate members of Flowers from the Farm and support or growers as much as we can by using the locally grown blooms. Not only do these blooms offer a much stronger fragrance but they also look much more natural embracing the quirky wriley stem mother nature blessed them with.

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Meet the team

Adelaide and her mum Sue grow flowers an old family walled garden looking over the Perthshire hills. We are very much a team and have amazing help from our neighbor Jak and gardener Mark. Every day is a school day!



“Adelaide and her team were the perfect florist for our wedding day! She was very perceptive to our needs as not only did she understand our vision for a slightly more wild and informal approach to the flowers, but she was able to fulfill the wishes of the mother of the bride as well.

She handled all aspects of the wedding flowers; from the delightful head pieces, bouquets and button holes to the decorated candelabra in St Giles Cathedral and playful hanging hops in the marquee – all of which we loved.”

– Sarah Fraser