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The Nosey Posy - 20

Make mine a double! We are introducing a larger bouquet option, same signature style but with more blooms and longer stems. Perfect if you'd like something with extra impact. Contact us for more details - it's not on the website yet! A frosty one This posy was inspired by those frosty, foggy days we've been having (can we call them froggy?). The silver eucalyptus, pussy willow and curry plant all have that wintery look to compliement the tulips and anemones. What's British this week? Tulips, Eucalyptus, Birch, Curry Plant, Pussy Willow (some of it!)

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The Nosey Posy - 19

Beat those January blues! This posy is guaranteed to cheer you up! Beautiful blue iris, orange ranunculus and lovely fluffy mimosa, mixed with British eucalyptus, ruscus and lichen-covered hawthorn twigs. A sensitive plant Did you know, mimosa is part of the pea family. A particular species of mimosa (Mimosa pudica), folds its leaves up when it is touched as a protection mechanism. You can sometimes buy it in small pots in the local garden centre. Look out for it - kids love it!

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The Nosey Posy - 18

Say hello to the hellebores! One of the nice things about winter is we can enjoy this special but rather shy flower. Bowing its head in the border, the hellebore is one of the first flowers to poke through the frosty soils. The petals are actually leaf 'sepals' and the heads can also look rather beautiful floated on water.

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The Nosey Posy - 17

Happy New Hyacinth Posy Welcome in the New Year with these pretty British pink and white tulips, pink hyacinth from Holland, fatsia seed head, alder catkins and cones, varigated and green pittosporum, cupressus. WE'VE BEEN DESIGNING A STRONGER VASE THAT'S BETTER FOR THE BIGGER BLOOMS AND BERRIES. LOOK OUT FOR THEM IN YOUR BOX IN A FEW WEEKS TIME!

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The Nosey Posy - 16

British pink and red tulips, paperwhite narcissi, manuka, alder catkins, pittosporum, pink viburnum buds, red hebe, twisted willow, ivy berries, red dogwood plus white 'panda' anemones thanks to Holland.

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