Farewell Flowers

Farewell flowers are a heartfelt way of saying goodbye to loved ones, and can allow us to reflect upon their life. Here at Woodchurch Cottage Flowers we feel honoured when asked to make arrangements. We specialise in expressing the essence of your loved ones be they a country lover, a gardener or just having their favourite seasonal cottage flower in an arrangement you know they would love.

We use the flowers that are grown here from April to October. However we are able to obtain flowers throughout the year, British grown whenever possible but also supplementing the flowers from other sources during the winter months.

Our flowers are a testimonial for the departed, using only natural and eco conscious mechanics.

Just wanted to thank you for the beautiful flowers you prepared for my brothers funeral. The hops, blackberries, oats, grasses and dahlias really portrayed his life in the countryside and everyone could relate to them. The girls were amazed with their flowers too, especially how you graded the sunflowers in size in relation to their ages. They were very much admired by all. Many thanks for your thoughtfulness…… Sally

“Just a quick note to say the flowers for mum’s funeral were absolutely beautiful, exactly what we wanted and what she would have loved. Thank you so much for making her coffin look so beautiful.” – Debbie & family   

“I haven’t been home long but I wanted to contact you straight away to thank you for the most amazing, beautiful flowers and garland for mum’s casket today. We had the perfect Autumn afternoon for her send off and ceremony in the end, thankfully it stopped raining just in time. I can honestly say, that everybody with us today, all commented on your beautiful arrangements. I was extremely touched by the hedgerow flowers, bracken and the lovely thoughtful feathers you included too, which made it so personal for mum. If she had seen them she would have absolutely loved them too. I was also very touched by the lovely possies you put together for us which we put in with her. I could not think of a better Tribute to her.”