I started my business after working in London in media many years ago.  I re-trained to be a florist after discovering my love of flowers at an evening course.  My love for flowers grew and I started with pop ups at my sisters barn in West Sussex.  Each weekend I would trundle down to the Covent Garden Market fill the car with flowers and head to Sussex for the day.  

So Wild Willow was born I moved to Sussex, started my business which started with wedding flowers which I still love but in the last year I have launched my webshop where we sent out boxes of flowers & plants around the country.  We have created our Seasonal Edit which is updated each season with all things we love or has a floral feel

Home for Wild Willow

We work from an old Blacksmiths in West Sussex creating our wedding flowers, packing our boxes & other seasonal creations

Our cottage set in the Sussex Countryside inspires my love for flowers every day.  My style is based around my love of the old fashioned cottage garden and includes cuttings in all my flowers and this brings a unique softness to our flowers.   The garden is filled with country cottage favourites including all our favourites; foxgloves, hollyhocks, delphiniums & a strawberry tree!

The creation of our seasonal web shop

We launched our online shop in 2020 because after clients visited us at my sister’s wonderful decorative antique fairs, which are held throughout the year, they wanted access to our flowers from all corners of the UK.  The online store has a selection of seasonal blooms, seasonal wreaths which we love to create, cottage garden plants and things we love including time-worn finds.

We have recently added our Seasonal Edit which are things we have found along the way which we love and hope you love too

All our boxes are packed in Kraft recycled boxes and are the perfect gift

The Garden through the seasons

Our year at Myrtle Cottage

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