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Blooming Haus Introduce New Seasonal Collection

Blooming Haus Introduce New Seasonal Collection



4thAugust 2022 - It's all about seasonality and working with the environment when creating new lines, and for late Summer, Blooming Haus, the artisan floral design studio, has created a new collection of stunning bouquets made up of seasonal blooms that are best enjoyed in the latter weeks of Summer.

The Rhea bouquet (right), a hand-tied bouquet and made to resemble the Greek Goddess Rhea's image, is composed of Roses; Clematis; Ammis; Bunny Tails; Dahlias; Viburnum, and Grasses, is a beautiful pastel arrangement that brings together blooms and natural materials from the garden - very heavenly! The Gaia bouquet (left), a nod to the Greek Goddess of Earth,is a vibrant bouquet of rich, decant blooms of Celosias, Rudbeckias, Phlox, Oregano, and fragrant Stocks - the embodiment of earth. 

Both bouquets start from £95, however,Blooming Haus is offering 10% off online bouquet orders this summer. Furthermore, sign up to hear about regular offers and receive an additional 15% off, giving an overall 25% saving! To qualify for the 10% please use code BH10

Besides the new seasonal collection, Blooming Haus runs seasonal masterclasses throughout the year. Thethemed seasonal classes range from summer blooms, autumn harvest produce, to Christmas wreaths and decorations to name but a few.



Here's What Blooming Haus is doing to tackle Climate Change

  • Green energy to power the studio.
  • For smaller deliveries, they partner with a local company (Ecofleet) which delivers beautiful arrangements using bicycles.
  • All organic waste is composted and NOT sent to landfill.
  • Materials that are not compostable are avoided.
  • Flower buckets and delivery packaging are always reused, sent back to suppliers or recycled.
  • Carton boxes and all other recyclable packaging that they receive supplies in are recycled.
  • They source as many flowers as possible from local, small suppliers. Suppliers also use organisations such as the Soil Association and the Rainforest Alliance, which quality-check the supplies and gives them a ‘seal' of approval regarding the ethical production and sourcing of the flowers.
  • Whenever possible, cleaning products are probiotic, keepingspace clean and employees safe. By avoiding potentially dangerous chemicals, they reduce the risk of harmful agents entering and affecting aquatic ecosystems. 

Since they launched their  ‘Plant a Tree' campaign they have planted almost 100 trees around London (Surrey) and around the UK in collaboration with National Forest, Woodland Trust and Carbon Footprint Organisation. Their mission is to minimise carbon footprint in all aspects of their business. By sharing their environmental efforts with their clients and everyone they work with, they intend to keep Blooming Haus at the forefront of sustainability and positive change. 


Note to Editors:Blooming Hausstarted as a small pop-up shop in Chelsea. The vision of Master Florist Michal Kowalski and his business partner Michael Dariane, the duo has since blossomed spectacularly on to the floristry scene as ‘floral engineers', carving themselves an outstanding reputation as one of the UK's most innovative and fashion-forward floral design studios with strong roots in sustainability. Drawing inspiration from unearthing rare, unusual and locally foraged flowers and bringing them into an urban landscape, their work is dynamic and experimental, yet they create harmonious masterpieces every time. 

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