... is my most favourite response and the one I most commonly hear when someone sees our realistic imitation blooms for the first time. Even at our recent Pop-Up Shop where customers knowingly came to browse artificial flowers, I was amused to hear people’s disbelief that our stunning, lifelike blooms were not, in fact, real. It is always a great delight to help so many customers find their perfect floral arrangement, but what pleases me more is knowing that, in addition to creating a beautiful floral display, our imitation flowers have many benefits that fresh flowers do not:
Longer lasting – a huge understatement! Our imitation blooms will look immaculate for 3-5 years or longer, which means that once you’ve chosen your imitation blooms, you can enjoy more than just a fleeting love affair with them.
Remain perfect – no falling out of love with your blooms as they wilt and fade, enjoy their perfect beauty EVERY day.
Little maintenance – perfect for those of us who believe life ifs too short to be trimming stems, cleaning vases and changing water.
Pollen free – nothing to annoy hayfever sufferers or poison your cat.
A perfect gift - our blooms are lovingly packaged in tissue and ribbons and can be sent across continents where they will arrive in immaculate condition. They are also perfect for sending in situations where fresh flowers might not be allowed such as a new mother or loved one recovering in hospital.
Flexible – Most of our blooms come with wired stems that can be folded and re-straightened so that they can be restyled into a new design should you wish for a change.
Now look again at the blue hydrangeas at the top of the page - can you tell which are real and which are our gorgeous, but none-the-less fake, imitations? Click here to find out.....
Whatever your reason for preferring fake over fresh, you can Click here to find your perfect blooms in our online store. All orders over £75 come with free standard delivery - when they arrive, just sit back and wait for you friends and family to utter those immortal words...