Burial Flowers

Only when you drink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing. And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb. And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.Kahlil Gibran From The Prophet

Flowers are part of the final farewell to loved ones, bearing this in mind I like to learn of their personality and character, so when I am creating my arrangements I can make them personal by adding elements of what they loved and reflect their personality.All of my creations are wholly natural and grown locally in Warwickshire in my own natural cutting garden. They are completely environmentally friendly and can be placed in the compost.If you are arranging your own funeral; or one for a family member, please do contact me (Naomi) to discuss your wishes or possibly even visit the garden, you will be most welcome.

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large spring hand tied sheaf, 2018.

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Small spring hand tied arrangement.

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Rosemary for Remembrance.Although every floral creation is naturally unique, we include rosemary in each of our burial or memorial arrangements.

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Traditionally mourners would throw sprigs of rosemary into graves in memory of the deceased.

“There’s Rosemary, that is for remembrance; pray, love, remember.”Ophelia, Hamlet. William Shakespeare.