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Flores by M Wood

Nothing fills a space with more life than flowers, and the floristry from Flores by M Wood is truly another level of beauty. Working at both a small scale, such as individual bouquets or displays to make for a beautiful dining table, or larger scale commissions such as arrangements for weddings nobody will forget. Owner, Marcia Wood, was born in Brazil and then came to Bath, via London. Her work is made completely unique by her skilled fusion of exotic and classic British floristry, highlighting her Brazilian background. Using inspiration from around the world, Marcia uses indigenous flowers and foliage where she can. Pop into the studio in Walcot Buildings and browse the selection of flowers and indoor plants. Find vases of pastel pink peonies, delicate hydrangeas, elegant birds of paradise, monsteras with leaves uncurling. You’re sure to find something to add to your own personal jungle.
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Flores has a great variety of weird and wonderful indoor botanics as well as unique flower arrangements.

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