We have a beautiful selection of spring flowers to cheer up this wet bank holiday weekend.
We also have our very own Easter bunny in the shop today, do pop in to say "Hello!"
#easterbunny #Hytheflowershop #hythenewforest #springflowers #springtime
Here at Jane Bidwell Flowers we love a good wedding!
We offer an exclusive wedding service, working with you to create beautiful floral designs in keeping with the theme of your wedding.
Call us on 023 8084 4114 to arrange a consultation to discuss your ideas.
We look forward to hearing from you!
#weddingflowers #wedding2018 #weddingflowersnewforest #weddingflowershampshire
We are still taking orders for delivery and collection for Mother's Day, this weekend.
The shop will be open from 8.30am till 5pm as usual on Saturday 10 March and from 8.30am till 1pm on Sunday 11 March, we will be delivering locally both days.
We have beautiful fresh flowers arriving daily from our suppliers, together with lovely outdoor plants and spring planted arrangements. We can also add balloons, chocolates or a bottle of something fizzy if you want to add that little bit extra to your order.
Please call us or pop in to check out our lovely Mother's Day designs!
(Hand tied bouquet / balloons and chocs modeled by Mrs. B below! x)
Now that all traces of last week's snow has gone, we are really looking forward to spring.
We have a beautiful selection of spring planted containers, that would make a perfect gift for Mother's Day or just to cheer the day of someone looking for that little bit of early "springiness"!!
Please pop in and take a look...
11th March 2018 is Mother's Day - we will be out delivering on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, so call us, pop in or order online to arrange for some beautiful flowers or planted arrangement to be delivered to your Mum this year!
#mothersday2018 #flowershythe #hythenewforest
Its a wonderfully sunny afternoon here in Hythe and we are looking forward to summer with beautiful Hydrangea blooms. #hythe #newforest #hampshire #pink
Please join us on Wednesday 2nd December 2015 from 6-8pm at our shop in Hythe for an evening of Festive fun, where you will get the opportunity to create your very own floral Christmas candle table arrangement. £50.00 per person to include all materials, festive drinks and snacks. Limited availability so book A.S.A.P!! Contact Jane, Steph or Miriam on: 023 8020 7376
We are holding a Macmillan Cake Morning at our lovely shop in Hythe on Friday 2nd October 2015. Please do stop by for a friendly chat and some scrumptions cakes!
It's January and Christmas has come and gone, but we are now looking forward to our next peak period - Valentines Day! In our opinion Valentine's Day wouldn't be Valentine's Day without flowers, so we have started sourcing the most beautiful blooms from both the UK and over-seas to order fresh for delivery on February 14th 2015. Red roses are synomoymous with love and Valentine's Day, and at Jane Bidwell Flowers we will be arranging and delivering over 600 of these beautiful flowers for the event. However for a thoughtful and surprising gesture there are other floral alternatives, such as red and pink tulips, orchids and lilies to consider. So which will you choose for your Valentine this year........will it be the traditional red rose bouquet, or a mixed tulip hand-tied?????
Pop in, phone us on 023 8084 4114, or head straight over to our website at www.janebidwellflowers.co.uk to order your special Valentines Day gift.
This time of year has got to be one of my favourites with the huge variety of winter flowering plants available, and the start of buying fresh cut winter blooms, such as amaryllis, for the shop.
We have put up and decorated the Christmas tree, and have been out and about sourcing some very fine, unusual Christmas sundries. In fact, the shop is looking very festive indeed, which is just in time as Saturday marks the beginning of Christmas in Hythe with the annual Mistletoe Fayre. This is a particularly enjoyable family event with the highlight being Father Christmas turning on the village lights. It is also the day that Steph's seasonal outfit is unveiled, which always puts a smile on many local faces.
With the village Fayre being named after "mistletoe" I thought it may be of interest to provide a little information on this very festive plant. The native species of mistletoe in Britain is known of as Viscum Album. It is this species that is at the core of most traditions and legends, including the Christmas association of kissing under the mistletoe! This species grows on a wide variety of deciduous trees during the winter months. In Britain the most common host for mistletoe is the cultivated apple tree, though it can also be found on other favourites such as poplars and hawthorns. Favourite habitats include gardens, parklands, churchyards and any other place where plenty of light is available.
From mid-December onwards we have fresh bunches of mistletoe available in our shop, ready to be used to decorate your home. We also stock a variety of frosted and non-frosted artificial sprigs of mistletoe throughout the whole of December.
Hope to see you soon,