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The Strawberry Hill House Flower Festival 2019 - Get 10% Off!

Offer Ends: 25/06/2019

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23 – 26 June | 11am – 5pm

This four-day flower festival will transform Strawberry Hill House into an indoor garden oasis as they welcome over 40 of the most illustrious florists from across the UK to showcase their work. 

British flowers are having a resurgence and The Strawberry Hill Flower Festival is celebrating a revival of sustainable floristry by inviting florists and growers to create arrangements that reflect Horace Walpole’s ideas about design. His garden was naturalistic showing a love of flowers and scent and this festival will reflect Walpole’s ideas about visual impact; colour and the drama of light and dark, as well as using flowers grown in his eighteenth-century garden.

This event, curated by fellow creatives Leigh Chappell, Janne Ford and Claire Bowen brings together floral designers, artists and British flower growers from around the country including Firenza flowers, Moss and Stone, Wild and Co, Fig and Fern, The Real Flower Company, Nettlewood flowers and Botanical Tales. Everyone exhibiting has sustainability, artistry and design at the heart of what they do with an emphasis on using British flowers.

Flower Festival Tickets
Standard Adult Ticket £12.50
Free when booking a ticket to 
visit the house

Talk and Tour
Monday 24 June, 6.30pm 
Standard Adult Ticket £18

Visit their website to find out more and book your tickets. Quote PETAL1 for an exclusive 10% off!
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