Grown in Scotland, naturally
2019 bloom season – moving towards autumn….
We grow cut flowers. In Scotland! As one of the first farmer florists we have been growing a variety of seasonal blooms that thrive in the West of Scotland environment since 2008. We are passionate about real, natural blooms and hope you will see the quality and beauty in our harvest.
Our flowers are field grown in a sustainable way so you can be assured of natural, herbicide free blooms that have no flower air miles. Our varieties are chosen for scent or cottage garden style and are often a little on the wild side. There are flowers for everyone, from loose stems for you to arrange yourself to gift bouquets and natural wedding flowers. Always 100% British. To get in touch call 01560 486770 or mobile 07973 257 190
Natural Scottish wedding
Looking for natural Scottish wedding flowers or want to use organic grown blooms? Come to Mayfield Flowers for a beautiful selection of flowers that will make your special day. I provide a full wedding floristry service as well as DIY buckets of flowers. You may also be interested in our DIY wedding workshop.
& loose flowers
All bouquets are hand-picked to order so freshness is guaranteed and carefully conditioned so you get a good vase life, available April-October. We offer gift bouquets, loose flowers to arrange yourself and a subscription service.
National delivery available.
Scottish Flower Workshops
All our workshops are practical and informal and you’ll leave with top tips, inspiration and great looking arrangements. Why not treat someone (even yourself!) to a wonderful day out in the beautiful setting of Mayfield Flower farm.
A sea of Heleniums in our flower field
What people say…
“Thank you very much for a very informative and enjoyable workshop…The bouquets travelled well to Cumbria, and the buttonholes are still quite fresh today …” Diane
“We had such a lovely day yesterday – thank you so much. I had been looking forward to it for so long and it was even better than I could have imagined…I am getting a lot of pleasure from both my arrangements which have been much admired”. Dorothy