Colchester Florist always completes a particularly challenging design knowing the customer is going to be blown away with the result. With our perfectly created flowers you’re going to leave a timeless reaction. We always care for every small and big detail with our flowers to make them best fit every event and occasion. In Colchester florist, we have all that you need.
Jennifleurs – Colchester florist has been serving the people of Colchester for 25 years now. We are most known for delivering funeral flowers and gift flowers throughout Colchester and the surrounding area. We have large stocks of fresh cut flowers available daily from our local suppliers. With our passionate and experienced team, we ensure you that every flower delivered is expertly arranged and always arrives looking fresh and beautiful.
We have an extensive library of gift and funeral flower designs for your easy selection. These flowers are proudly made by our talented florists. Jennifleurs’ great reputation is due to both our quality flowers as well as personal service in all aspects of floral design and floristry. Our talented team of florists are nationally renowned for their amazing special funeral flower tribute designs some of which are the wrist corsage, panda flowers and dartboard flower arrangements.
As one of the awardees of the Good Florist Guide, we always make sure to offer you the finest flowers you will ever see. If you want to have personalised flowers, feel free to call Colchester Florist at 01206 843461 or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to visit our shop to pick up a bouquet of flowers on your way home, our address is 72 Spring Lane, Fordham Heath , Colchester , Essex, United Kingdom CO3 9TG.
At Jennifleurs, our florists have numerous passions and while flowers are probably the primary one, we are also passionate about the history of the town we live in and the surrounding area. We find inspiration on our doorstep on a daily basis and thought we should share some local history and the flowers we love.
Colchester is an historic market town in the county of Essex, with a population of approximately 180,000. It is situated on the River Colne in the south east of England and is approximately 50 miles north east of London. Once called Camulodnum, it was the first Roman city in, and the erstwhile capital of Roman Britain, as such Colchester can lay claim to being the oldest recorded town in the UK. There is also archaeological evidence of human habitation in the area dating back to the Palaeolithic Period. It has been a military garrison since Roman times, and during World War 2 Colchester was home to infantry and light-anti-aircraft training units.
The area is also awash with scenic landscapes and natural beauty which attract numerous amateur and artisanal florists, not to mention wildlife. The flowers and plant life found here help to form a variety of habitats which make it a prime location for bird lovers and botanists. Speaking of botanists, Colchester has a small place in the botanical history of the UK. Beth Chatto was a pioneering British botanist, author and garden designer who along with her husband researched the origins of garden plants and flowers, was educated at Colchester County High School for Girls in the 1930s. She also founded Beth Chatto Gardens, now known as Beth Chatto’s Plants & Gardens, which have a National Heritage Grade II listing and are an informal collection of historically significant gardens. These ecological garden were founded in 1960 and are a prime example of sustainable planting, echoing Mrs. Chatto’s primary ethos of ‘right plant, right place’. Many of the flowers on display were propagated from plants Mrs. Chatto collected herself and are grown in peat-free soil.
The natural beauty of Colchester is reflected in the vast number of nature reserves in the area, some of which were established by the RSPB. Flatford Wildlife Garden is a prime example of an RSPB site and it was designed to provide visitors a glimpse at the wildlife spectacle that can be found when a garden is rich in the correct species of plants and flowers. The two main habitats here are garden habitats and mini meadow. The garden provides numerous wildlife friendly ideas which amateur florists can incorporate into their own green spaces, such as log piles, a small pond and colourful borders which provide homes for pollinators, which in turn attract larger wildlife. The mini meadow includes spring flowers like cowslips and summer blooms like yellow rattle and wild carrot, which makes it a haven for bug life and is a fine example that even a small expanse of wildflowers can attract an array of insects. It’s no surprise that our florists find fuel for their passions here!
Fringringhoe Wick Nature Reserve spans 200 acres and is situated on the banks of the River Colne, affording stunning views of the Colne Estuary and saltmarsh. It encompasses a variety of habitats from ponds and lakes to woodland, scrubland and heathland, and is a fine example of the natural beauty of the area. It also offers visitors a fantastic opportunity to observe local flora, and some more exotic wildlife like migratory birds.
The florists at Jennifleurs feel spoiled by the abundance of beauty on our doorstep and feel that we have the passion and expertise to provide bouquets and designs for any occasion.
Jennifleurs – Colchester Florist creates the most promising and notable flowers that will surely satisfy our customers’ taste. We are passionate about providing the best services and flowers that our valued customers deserve. We promise to ensure that we create a great connection with you, our dearest customers.
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Jennifleurs flowers in Colchester makes sure to deliver the most blooming and the freshest flowers to our clients. From our direct sources to our dearest customers, we ensure to provide the long-lasting quality freshness. Colchester Florist is not just promising you; we are also telling you the truth. We aim to make loyal customers by satisfying you with our flowers.
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