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Palentines Red Anemones: 14th February


We are pleased to offer posies of red anemones as a token of love and solidarity in aid of Palestine this 14th February.

Anemone coronaria is the national flower of Palestine.

Growing wild throughout the region, and understood locally to mean “pieces” it has come to signify heritage and resistance. Each flower produces 200-300 seeds, scattering as confetti across the land ensuring the next generation of blooms.

Turning to nature in uncertain times provides respite and reassurance that spring will come, acting as an emboldening reminder of what life is all about. ❤️

Sending flowers as a token of love and appreciation to others strengthens the bonds we have to one another and the earth.

All proceeds will be donated to Palestinian aid organisations for those living under brutal occupation in Gaza and the West Bank.

Treat yourself, friend’s, loves or strangers…

Together we are unbreakable.

Love is resistance.

Courier deliveries will be on a 24hr tracked service arriving on 14th February.

Free Collection is available on the 14th February from our partners:

Allpress Espresso (55 Dalston Lane)


E5 Bakehouse (396 Mentmore Terrace).

Please contact us via email if you have any questions or special requests.

On receipt, flowers may seem smaller and less impressive than pictured here.

Anemones are magical flowers that grow from tubers (a bit like potatoes). They will continue to grow and develop in the vase.

These images were taken roughly 7 days into their life with us to show the full splendour of how the flowers develop over time.

Make sure you keep the water topped up, particularly if displayed in a small vessel - you'll notice they love a drink!

Dehydrated blooms can be revived if caught early enough. Try giving them a trim and popping them back into deep, fresh water.