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It’s always great to receive flowers and choosing the right bouquet can also be a pleasure for the sender. You can send flowers to mark almost any occasion, or simply to let somebody know that you love them or are thinking about them. Sending flowers online is a convenient way to view and pick a bunch or bouquet.Read more
Arena Flowers has a wide range of flowers available to select online. Flower delivery can be arranged across Shropshire and you can guarantee that your delivery of fresh flowers will bring a smile to the recipient.
Dingle Park also picked another award for the best public park in Britain. One judge went as far as describing it as the best park he had seen in thirty years as a judge in the prestigious competition which promotes the best of British gardening. The 2014 competition is encouraging community groups across the country to plant golden pollinator-friendly flowers across their public spaces and the Royal Horticultural Society is providing over 500,000 sunflower seeds for community groups to get growing the golden flowers.
Shropshire is blessed with extensive gardens and parks for flower lovers to enjoy. Glansevern Hall Gardens near Welshpool is a privately owned estate with 18 acres of mature gardens, lakeside trails and a water garden. Weston Park is an impressive 17th century country house with gardens and parklands whilst Dudmaston Hall is a National Trust House hosting art collections, botanical art and extensive parklands and gardens. Also well worth a visit is Dorothy Clive Garden on the Shropshire–Staffordshire border. The garden hosts horticultural events throughout the year and includes a laburnum tunnel, rose walk, alpine scree with pool, edible woodland and wide areas of rhododendron filled woodland.
There are flower related events held across Shropshire throughout the year. Summer evening walks are occasionally held exploring some of Shrewsbury’s detached gardens, leaving from St. Chad’s Terrace and walking tours of Sugnall Hall Walled Garden are also held most summers.
The Shrewsbury Flower Show is the premier event in the area for Shropshire flower enthusiasts and pulls in visitors from afar. Established in 1887, it attracts over 400 exhibitors each year and up to 500,000 visitors to enjoy flowers alongside events such as show jumping, food and drink stalls, bees honey and wine, and steam locomotives. The 2014 event to be held on 8th and 9th August welcomes Pippa Greenwood the popular gardening expert from TV and radio shows, including Gardener’s Question Time. Some of the popular events put on at the show include displays of fuchsias, cut roses, hanging baskets and patio plants. The 2014 show will also host a display by Derbyshire Bonsai, oriental flower displays and selections of flowering and foliage herbs.