Flowers Grown in Scotland have a vision to showcase Scottish grown flowers whilst highlighting the Scottish flower industry
We want to promote Scottish Grown Flowers to the wider public, by using our platform as a 'voice'.
We will collectively, inform the public, florists and retailers of where/what/when they can buy Flowers Grown In Scotland.
We want to drive the Scottish Flower industry forward in terms of growth and reputation.
8 Flower Growers came together with the same aim
Archie and Maggie Stewart farm organically in the Tweed valley near Kelso in the Scottish Borders. The fertile south facing slopes on the banks of the Eden water are ideal for growing a range of plants from sunflowers, dahlias, daffodils, roses to wildflowers along with organic oats for porridge and grass for organic lamb
Grampian Growers encompasses 12 farmer members who own the cooperative based in Montrose, Angus.
We Cut around 60million daffodil stems a year.
Caroline is based in Haddington, East Lothian, growing over a 1,000 Astrantia plants for cut flower production in colours from white to dark purple.
Pick your own Summer flowering favourites including cosmos, sunflowers, lupins, scabious, cornflowers.
Anne farms intensively on 2/3 acre in Perthshire with extra cutting from hedges and wild areas.
Most of the flowers for cutting are grown outside, a mixture of annuals and perennials with foliage as well. A wide range of varieties and colours to cover as many options as possible.
Kym helps farm a 450ha mixed arable farm growing Cereals; Potatoes; Daffodils for bulbs and flowers; Peonies for cut flowers; and Pick Your Own flower fields offering (Allium, Iris, Tulips, Gladioli, Sunflowers and Dahlias). Based near Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire.