One Sheet Information about Silver Grey Foliage
We grow high quality seasonal flowers and foliage outdoors in Yorkshire.
Rebecca and Antony are Silver Grey Foliage. We began our business after growing the flowers for a friend’s wedding: we realised that there was very little good quality foliage available to UK florists that want to buy British.
Established for 4 years now we supply Leeds-grown flowers and foliage to customers around the UK. We grow outdoors in Yorkshire, which means that our flowers and foliage have strong, sturdy stems and so last very well for our customers. We have cut 40,000 stems in our 3rd season and plan to increase this to 100,000 this year.
Rebecca is the creative force, designing beautiful bouquets and wedding installations for brides and grooms. We only use our own flowers, which allows us to select the absolute best that are available on any given day.
We supply florists and flower schools in Leeds and around the UK, providing them with the best possible flowers and foliage with which to work.
Our Flower Farmers Planner, has been sold worldwide and provides fellow growers with a structured way to organise and grow their flower crop. To complement this, Rebecca offers further advice to fellow growers on our YouTube Channel.
An articulate and experienced broadcaster, Rebecca presents on Industry Podcasts, for example:
Let’s Grow Girls and
For younger viewers, Rebecca presented for Channel 5’s Milkshake Monkey’s Amazing Adventures.
Rebecca has run corporate workshops for Strata Homes, delivering seasonal workshops to both staff and customers.
Activities and Offerings
Rebecca also hosts webinars and speaks in public on the themes of growing and gardening.
Silver Grey Foliage workshops are designed for busy people who need time out. We believe that everyone will make something beautiful and will leave relaxed, whilst having had a go at something new.
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/silvergreyfoliage (@silvergreyfoliage)
Photography Credits to Joanne Crawford