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Dried Flowers – How to give your favourite flowers a second life!

Even though summer maybe almost over, there is a great way to keep your home bright and cosy and give your favourite flowers a second life. Dried flowers look charming and provide a summer warmth with their subtle colours. Here at Roots we like different styles and shapes of the…

Bouquet of Daffodils, Ranunculus and Mimosia

Happy Easter and the Daffadowndilly

Easter is here and whether you call them Narcissi, Daffodil, Daffadowndilly, Jonquil or the Lent Lily – the early appearance of the bright yellow trumpet-shaped flower is a given in early spring, and is often connected with Easter due to it symbolising rebirth and new beginnings. The British native variety…

Planted tea cups and Jacobs Cracker's tin

Creating ‘outside the box’ floral designs with recycled containers

Bristol, the green capital, is already well known for creativity in the arts and music, and at long last we are now seeing more and more imaginative design in our flower arranging. Recently at Roots, we have been planting up flowers in any type of container we can find, which…