Lavender Green Flowers

History

Located in London’s picturesque Fulham, Sue Barnes’ Lavender Green flower shop is widely believed to be one of the very best florists in London. With Sue as the Creative Director and run by her great friend Colin Gray. Lavender Green has been crafting bespoke floral arrangements for special occasions, weddings, and events for over 28 years, thanks to their team of 35 employees. “There are no shrinking violets but plenty of great buds!” Sue says of her team. It’s Lavender Green’s imaginative ethos – coupled with years of expertise – that’s enabled them to consistently create cutting-edge work for the country’s top galleries, museums and historic houses

Identity

For Sue, floristry is an outlet through which she can combine her two passions: flowers and interior design, the latter of which is often evident in her work, alongside references pulled from the art worlds. As Sue puts it, “the rest is history…”. But it’s the seasonality of floristry that’s kept Sue hooked. “Floristry is an ever-changing landscape, one which excites us every day of the year”. According to Sue, flowers make for a fine gift because of their natural beauty and their ability to show you really care. Picking a favourite stem is no easy feat for a florist, but Sue is sure hers is the gardenia because it’s “Gardenia, because it’s “rare, fragrant and luxurious” – we couldn’t agree more.

Three attributes

Creativity, Quality, Passion

Located in London’s picturesque Fulham, Sue Barnes’ Lavender Green flower shop is widely believed to be one of the very best florists in London. With Sue as the Creative Director and run by her great friend Colin Gray. Lavender Green has been crafting bespoke floral arrangements for special occasions, weddings, and events for over 28 years, thanks to their team of 35 employees. “There are no shrinking violets but plenty of great buds!” Sue says of her team. It’s Lavender Green’s imaginative ethos – coupled with years of expertise – that’s enabled them to consistently create cutting-edge work for the country’s top galleries, museums and historic houses

For Sue, floristry is an outlet through which she can combine her two passions: flowers and interior design, the latter of which is often evident in her work, alongside references pulled from the art worlds. As Sue puts it, “the rest is history…”. But it’s the seasonality of floristry that’s kept Sue hooked. “Floristry is an ever-changing landscape, one which excites us every day of the year”. According to Sue, flowers make for a fine gift because of their natural beauty and their ability to show you really care. Picking a favourite stem is no easy feat for a florist, but Sue is sure hers is the gardenia because it’s “Gardenia, because it’s “rare, fragrant and luxurious” – we couldn’t agree more.

Creativity, Quality, Passion

The Cadogan

Good enough to eat!


A delicious array of coffee and caramel toned Roses, good enough to eat.
£60.00

Carnaby Street

Coral and purple tones


A fun and whimsical collection of Miss Piggy Rose, Clematice and Lisianthus in shades of coral and purple.
£55.00

Marylebone

Spring sweetness


A gorgeous array of deep toned scented spring flowers and seasonal foliage's.
£45.00

Notting Hill

Delicate spring


A delicate collection of scented seasonal blooms creating a stunning spring hand tied bouquet.
£45.00

Little Venice

Seasonal collection


A classic jam jar filled with the perfect seasonal collection making it a blooming good gift.
£35.00

Kensington

Soft pastel tones


A subtle combination of soft pastel tones including Quicksand Rose, Faith Rose, Bombastic spray Rose and delicate Waxflower.
£75.00

Mayfair

Country style


Country style garden bouquet portraying the 'hand picked' feel.
£150.00

Trio of Succulents

Succulents selection


A selection of three succulents in grey pastel planters using Echeveria and Sedum.
£55.00

Orchid plant

Timeless classic


Phalaenopsis Orchids in a grey stone planter.
£60.00

Candle collection

Premium fragrance


Scented and luxurious, natural soy, vegan candles. Hand poured in Buckinghamshire.
Three flavors: Mandarin and Sandalwood, Black amber and Patchouli, Freesia and Pear.
£30.00