Archive for the ‘Funeral Flowers’ Category

Eco-friendly funeral tributes

/ January 14th, 2019 / No Comments »

The problem of foam used in funeral tributes cannot be overstated – literally thousands of tonnes of used foam blocks are dumped in landfill every year from churchyards and cemeteries. Quite apart from the sheer volume of space they take up, most people are completely

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The right tools for the job!

/ May 4th, 2018 / No Comments »

Hello folks – I’m on a mission!  I am constantly amazed at how many people try to cut flowers with kitchen scissors.  They really are not sharp enough and mash up the stems giving a poor cut.  If you think about it a hairdresser uses

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Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal!

/ March 4th, 2018 / No Comments »

 Throughout March Chez Fleur will be selling daffodils to support the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal – you can buy our specially wrapped British daffs and narcissi next Saturday 10 March at Cuckfield Local market or The Bay Tree pop up (and at Hurst Prep

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Floral foam & why we must stop using it

/ January 29th, 2018 / No Comments »

I was very relieved to read a great Instagram post today, written by internationally renowned florist Shane Connolly, about the excessive and worrying use of floral foam.  It is a widely ignored problem that the industry tries to hide; forever promising Eco friendly alternatives that

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