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Hi lovelies! Today I want to share with you photographs of an amazing creations made by Rebecca Louise Law and Rose Robson, I’m sure you will enjoy it.

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Hampton court palace flower show presents a new perspective on roses. The show is the brainchild of RHS, well known for gathering the best blooms in the country in one place, as well as beingthe largest annual flower show in the world. But one thing that I like the most about this show is that it has a pavilion dedicated to roses, which could be rightfully called a ‘Rose Haven’.

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Grow London is a new kind of flower festival, one that aims to show its visitors how to get the most out of their outdoor space while indulging all of the senses. Its main advantage is a no crowds, no rush approach, something quite rare in London.

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For the last 3 years the Flower market has run a social media Floristry campaign called the British Flower week, which aims to spark public and media interest in where cut flowers come from. This campaign keeps going from strength to strength, growing its twitter reach of 1.4 million to an incredible 5.4 million, but until this year it was mainly online with very few real world events.

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A couple of weeks ago I had a pleasure of attending an exclusive floral event organized by WSJ+ in partnership with Robbie Honey a well known florist. At this event, Robbie Honey shared with the public the secrets of beautifully designed flower arrangements, and here I will present the best of them.

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The Chelsea in bloom is a top class alternative flower show, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. This event happens at the same time as the Chelsea flower show and due to its proximity to the main venue it sometimes gets overlooked by crowds rushing to see its competitor. To be honest, I made this mistake a couple of times myself.

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Neill Strain, one of the top British florists, organized an exhibition of spectacular antique, modern and rare varieties of roses as a part of the Chelsea Fringe events. The delightful rose fragrance and petals will transport you to a parallel reality. With a majority of roses in the store being relatives of the old fragrant roses pure indulgence is guaranteed. A Celebration of the rose is running from today till the 23rd of May; which I would recommend to all flower lovers.

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In my earlier post I mentioned a wedding fair, but did not go into too much detail about it. To be honest, I was not even sure if it deserves a post or not as it was not too big on flowers. But as I liked elegant designs created by Floral Symphonies I decided to share them with you and couple more pics.

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Red magazine and flower council Holland teamed up in order to create a botanical installation named Open Green House, which turned out to be a big success. This definitely inspired me and other attendees to add a bit of flora to our lives. After visiting I feel like I now know how my dream house would look.

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Fast gaining popularity British florist Philippa Craddock teamed up with the LSA vases in order to offer live flower arranging demonstrations and to celebrate mothers day in style, one of which I was pleased to attend. This fabulous event was full of fresh blooms and stylish glass creations.

Today I will share my experience with you.