Flowers from Fieldcrest

Fieldcrest flowers change with the seasons. Perfect for special occasions, anniversaries or to commemorate a loved one, and no air miles!

Fresh cut, home grown flowers and bouquets, delivered to your door in Wirral and Cheshire*

We grow a variety of cottage garden flowers in our cutting garden and are delighted to offer these as bouquet or ‘arrange your own’ buckets.

We select flowers and foliage according to what’s looking best that day and deliver beautiful, guilt-free flowers. Seasonal flowers include dahlias, sweet peas, roses and tulips and you can be confident that no pesticides or harmful chemicals have been near our blooms.

Our cutting garden is wildlife friendly and planted to encourage as many birds, bees and butterflies as possible, so with Fieldcrest Flowers you’re also doing your bit for nature. We grow a wide variety of plants, from the well known to the unusual – one advantage of being plantaholics!

Beautiful, seasonal flowers

All locally grown

Environmentally-friendly

Local delivery or collection

Members of Flowers from the Farm

*selected postcodes only. Collection available on request from Fieldcrest Garden, Thornton Hough, CH63 0LT

Flowers from the Farm

We are proud to have been part of Flowers from the Farm for many years, an organisation dedicated to the promotion of British flowers.

Did you know that 90% of flowers sold in the UK through supermarkets, wholesalers and high street florists are imported from as far afield as Africa and Columbia? The intensive growing practices of these flower farms produces regular, out of season blooms, but also creates a huge carbon footprint and gives consumers false expectations for cut flowers. By encouraging British flower growers and developing a network of flower farms across the UK (both large and small),

Flowers from the Farm are an award winning co-operative, making a difference one bloom at a time.

“The best in all my years of sending flowers! Absolutely a joy to see and such variety, structure, shapes!”

Our bouquets contain a selection of cottage garden style, often scented, British grown flowers, which may only be available for a week or two each year. We pick flowers which are at their very best on the date you require them, each bouquet is unique, and are picked within hours of delivery.

News & Updates

July News Update

July News Update

Welcome to our July newsletter. I hope that you are all keeping well and coping with the lockdown.  It has been a trying time for everyone but those of us lucky to have a garden have been able to spend time outdoors, and many say their gardens are looking the best...

Guest Blog: A Woodland Walk

Guest Blog: A Woodland Walk

Many of us have taken refuge in our gardens in recent months, and these enforced periods of isolation have given even the most experienced and productive of gardeners the opportunity to tackle those longstanding projects that we’ve never got around to. Friend of...

May Update and Cottage Garden Plants

May Update and Cottage Garden Plants

May is such a lovely time in the garden, with so much greenery and lots of flowers growing. The birds are having a wonderful time, and with reduced road and air traffic noise (we’re on the Liverpool flightpath!), we can really enjoy their singing. We think there are...

Step by step Spring garden posy

Step by step Spring garden posy

How to pick and arrange your own flowers and foliage from the garden this Spring. This will make a lovely gift for Mother's Day. I’m sorry that we won't be able to hold flower workshops and talks over the next few weeks as planned, but there’s no need to go without...

Mother’s Day Posy and cancelled classes

Mother’s Day Posy and cancelled classes

In response to further coronovirus guidelines we have taken the decision to cancel all our workshops, talks and visits in April. You can follow our instructions to make your own Mother’s Day posy at home though.

Classes and Workshops update

Classes and Workshops update

The situation around the spread of the coronavirus is changing daily, and with that in mind we wanted to update about for forthcoming classes and workshops.