Luxury florist (who has the Royal Family as customers) is expanding services

Moyses Stevens is one of London’s oldest and most prestigious florists. They supply the nation with high-quality flowers and plants, many of which are sourced locally from the UK. Moyses Stevens has recently launched new collections and services, making them a destination for all your floristry needs. 

Established in 1876, Moyses Stevens is an esteemed florist with clientele including the Royal Family. They sell a wide selection of flowers and plants, with gifting extras such as champagne, chocolates, and candles available to purchase online.

“Flowers became one of the most popular purchases during the pandemic with the general search for ‘flowers’ surging by 277% in the UK” as stated by Google data. Sending bouquets ‘just because’ or wishing loved ones well became an incredibly popular act of kindness during the pandemic. This gift-giving trend has continued with Moyses Stevens at the forefront.

Sourcing seasonal flowers is important to Moyses Stevens as this ensures they are providing the freshest blooms and bouquets. They source many of their flowers and foliage from growers in the UK. Other flowers and plants are imported from places such as Holland, Columbia, and Ecuador. A wide selection of flowers and plants are available to purchase online or at any one of their central London stores.

The Flower School is their most recent venture where they offer a variety of floristry courses and workshops that are suitable for all abilities. The Flower School is located at their Battersea branch within the newly regenerated Battersea Power Station. After the numerous lockdowns that forced many of us to get creative, more people have been interested to learn a new skill or hone a craft which makes the Flower School a great new experience for aspiring florists.

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