The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Nikki Barraclough: February 2019
If you intend to 'say it with flowers' — I defy anyone not to love fresh flowers in the house .... then read on ....
Gorgeous Fresh Goosegrass Flowers (formerly Nettle) are available this Thursday (VALENTINE'S DAY) — and just for information, are available every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Ditzy Rose Makery.
And, for Valentine's Flowers:
- Avoid those predictable 'red' roses and send a statement country-style bouquet — which includes soft roses, snapdragons and other gorgeous blooms that will make that special someone very happy (colours may vary from the photograph).
- And, on trend, a large Valentine's Jam Jar @ £20 which contains an enviable selection of spring flowers (this is the luxury version of our favourite jam jar posy which is a best seller — colours may vary from the photograph).
- Also available are our Jam Jar posies — Small £7.50 and Large £14.50 — these are our firm favourite weekly jam jar posies BUT with a Valentine's theme in mind — small is just as beautiful.
If you haven't popped into Ditzy Rose Makery since the Christmas rush, then don't miss Nikki's inspiring range of handmade local gifts & cards including jewellery, wooden gifts, ceramics, glass, textiles and artwork. Find something special, different but totally affordable — and all on your local village High Street!
Tel: 01829 772617
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