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using flowers philanthropically as a celebration of beauty, love and life

go to bed knowing you did something good today

Many of us have a heart-felt desire to give back to others  but despite our best intentions, it's all too easy for each day to go by and yet again we haven't taken action.

The Floral Project offers a simple way to use the resources you already have -  your garden - and contribute to your community at the same time.

Giving back in a way that brings beauty, environmental benefit and meaning into our lives and those of others.

Gardeners all around the UK are starting their own floral projects and creating a cut flower patch and growing flowers to give. I'd love to invite you to join us.


your flowers matter

Feelings of isolation and loneliness are all too common amongst many in our communities.

There are many wonderful organisations that provide befrienders to those who are housebound or vulnerable, but after that visit is over, imagine if that volunteer could leave behind a simply vase of flowers to remind that person that they are loved and thought about all week long.

To remind them that an appreciation of beauty, love and the feeling of being alive are available to all of us, no matter what.

Never before has the feeling of community been stronger. Never has the need to bring lightness to the lives of the vulnerable seemed more important.

about you

You might be an experienced gardener and flower-grower, you might love gardening but new to growing cut flowers, or you may never have stepped into your garden before.

But if you love the idea of growing cut flowers to give, have some outside space and, want to get involved in a meaningful project alongside like-minded people, all growing to give, I'd love to invite you to join us.



My name is Nicola Bird and I'm a flower junkie:)

As I’ve been spending time in the garden over the past few months, I’ve found a solace in nature. The act of sowing seeds, watching nature do its thing regardless of the latest news stories and the hope for the future that comes with planting a garden has surprised me with it’s therapeutic nature.

I’m so grateful flowers found me in 2020. I hope they find you too.

This short video will tell you a little more about what you can expect here.

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