Seasonal flowers, styling and moving on

A Bunch Of Wild is moving!

Hello my dear friends, I’m so glad you’re here as I have some huge news! We only have two more Saturdays left in our pop-up shop in Ampthill! Told you it was huge.

It has been amazing and I have learned so much about myself and about my values for A Bunch Of Wild. I realised how much I love styling and photography, I always knew this but it became clear that actually I am REALLY passionate about it. Secondly it was confirmed to me that my heart still misses a beat for seasonal homegrown flowers and not the horrible imports you see in supermarkets, I mean why would you want to hu? They don’t even look real, anyway enough of that. I also realised how much I enjoy teaching people and chatting to them about gardening… Which leads me on to the next chapter for A Bunch Of Wild.

Styling flowers with a bunch of wild

I am thrilled to reveal we are going back to our roots and will be getting out our gazebo and popping up our flower stall at Woburn farmers market from March. We now have a regular pitch and will be there on the 3rd Sunday of each month. I am so looking forward to being back amongst the hustle and bustle and chatting to you all about our flowers and your garden.

Styling plants with a bunch of wild

But the biggest piece of news that I’ve been desperate to share with you is that A Bunch Of Wild is now a little school for florists and people that love flowers. I am going to be teaching full time and I have teamed up with Howbury Farm Flowers to offer some workshops that I think you will love! It’s a wonderful walled garden in Renhold full of gorgeous flowers for cutting and is run by the very talented duo Lucy and Jane.

Now I have some time back I shall be giving my own studio and cutting garden a makeover and I will be holding a lot of classes from our home. I will be teaching a very different approach to floristry using seasonal flowers and concentrating on tones and textures in nature. There will also be styling and photography for florists and students wishing to build a portfolio and how to make Instagram work for a business.

I will also be taking workshops for anyone with a love of flowers, these will be from my cutting garden either in small groups or on a one-to-one basis, we’ll look at creating arrangements from the cutting patch.

Online styling shop by a bunch of wild

I shall be doing flower deliveries locally and I still have the online shop where you can buy our gorgeous gifts for the home and garden plus my ceramics and dried wreaths.

There is still so much to share with you but I think we’ll leave it there for now.

I hope you can pop in to our shop one last time and say hi!

Emma x



  1. Tamsyn
    February 1, 2020 / 8:17 am

    This is really exciting Emma, it sounds like your little business is evolving and that’s wonderful! Xxx

    • emma
      February 1, 2020 / 8:20 am

      Thank you Tamsyn, yes I can’t believe how much it’s changed since I started. It’s a beautiful journey. Thank you for joining me on it xxx

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