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Natural floral design made using flowers and foliage grown in Britain.


Floribunda Rose was founded in 2014 by Sarah Diligent who early on decided that environmental responsibility was to underpin everything in her business.

Today, the same remains true.

We work closely with a number of growers and suppliers to find
exceptional British seasonal flowers and foliage, and have arranged foraging on local land where we seek out unexpected, beautiful natural elements which are often a part of our work.

Products from the Floribunda Rose Design Studio

  • The Reality of Working with British Flowers

    The Reality of Working with British Flowers

    Sarah Diligent

      Just as the smell of freshly baked bread might remind you of home, flowers can jolt you back to a moment. One minute you’re smelling some honeysuckle and the...

    The Reality of Working with British Flowers

    Sarah Diligent

      Just as the smell of freshly baked bread might remind you of home, flowers can jolt you back to a moment. One minute you’re smelling some honeysuckle and the...

  • A Guide to Festive Foliage for Florists (and anyone else looking for a bit of clarity)

    A Guide to Festive Foliage for Florists (and an...

    Sarah Diligent

    Walk into a flower market or visit a Christmas tree farm in December and you’re hit by the unmistakably festive smell of evergreens. In the run up to Christmas, commercially...

    A Guide to Festive Foliage for Florists (and an...

    Sarah Diligent

    Walk into a flower market or visit a Christmas tree farm in December and you’re hit by the unmistakably festive smell of evergreens. In the run up to Christmas, commercially...

  • Winter musings

    Winter musings

    Sarah Diligent

    I have forced myself outside for walks despite the appeal of staying warm and cosy at home, with tea in hand, and I’m glad that I have. It helps somehow,...

    Winter musings

    Sarah Diligent

    I have forced myself outside for walks despite the appeal of staying warm and cosy at home, with tea in hand, and I’m glad that I have. It helps somehow,...

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