Bloomy Days With Flowers at the Farm

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The rain clouds are holding back, there are new piglets in the paddock and the peonies are finally blessing us with their presence – our morning with Flowers at the Farm starts off on a delightful note. 

Originally set in Byron’s Industrial Estate, the beloved floristry joined the “Farmily” (as they call it) at The Farm on the outskirts of Byron in Ewingsdale just a few years ago. Now at home in a happy tin shed with chickens running amok, Three Blue Ducks next door and a patch of their own flowers just up the way, the talented florists haven’t looked back since.


In love with Flowers at the Farm for quite some time, we dropped by to meet with store manager Elle to talk about their well-known style, statement-making florals and to play with their beautiful peonies (how could we resist).


You do a lot of weddings both at the Farm and far away. Why do the happy couples come to you?

Originally set in Byron’s Industrial Estate, the beloved floristry joined the “Farmily” (as they call it) at The Farm on the outskirts of Byron in Ewingsdale just a few years ago. Now at home in a happy tin shed with chickens running amok, Three Blue Ducks next door and a patch of their own flowers just up the way, the talented florists haven’t looked back since.


In love with Flowers at the Farm for quite some time, we dropped by to meet with store manager Elle to talk about their well-known style, statement-making florals and to play with their beautiful peonies (how could we resist).