For many, the pandemic has shown the importance of investing in a home environment that is comfortable, cheerful and aesthetically pleasing.
One easy way to do this is plonking a bunch of flowers in a vase, to give a dining table, coffee table, dresser or window ledge a colourful lift.
While popping to the supermarket to get some blooms is all well and good, those passionate about flowers might want more from their bunch, and to support growers and florists in the UK.
Signing up to a flower subscription box is the in vogue way to get beautiful botanicals delivered straight to your door right now.
These services often offer amazing seasonal bunches that are eco-conscious, designed by a florist, require no effort from you and include tutorials or offers. Plus, who doesn’t love a monthly treat? Getting a big bunch of flowers that are specially picked and high quality is such a day brightener.
So, if you’re thinking of signing up to a flower subscription service, these are some of the best out there.
Sustainability has been a problem in the floristry industry for years but Arena Flowers is on a mission to make a difference. The brand’s eco-friendly milestones include meeting its pledge to plant one million trees, dramatically reducing landfill by pioneering the industry’s first closed-loop waste system and becoming carbon neutral, 12 months ahead of schedule, in 2020.
Arena Flowers’ incredible work in this space isn’t limited to the achievements above. In 2017, it became the first florist in the world to ban single-use plastics. Impressive, right?
Arena Flowers provides a brilliant subscription service, offering weekly, fortnightly or monthly deliveries. Each week, florists and growers select the most beautiful, seasonal stems to create an ethical bouquet to be sent to you. There’s even a pet-friendly option to keep your furry friends happy.
Lavender and Rose's The Bloom Bunch
Bloom & Wild
Images: Arena Flowers / courtesy of brands