Photo gallery – September’s stupendous arrangements

A photograph of a pub with Freddie's Flowers

Photo gallery

Nothing makes us happier than when we see photographs of our flowers in their new home. Thank you to our lovely gang of customers who have sent in and posted photographs. Bringing Autumn firmly in the forefront of our minds September showed some cosy collections such as sweet williams, brassicas, lisanthus and the and the sophisticated sedum.

So here is a little gallery of a few of the photos you lovely people sent in. We wish we could put them all up!

We reckon your arrangement are works of art, so they deserve their own gallery. Share your own Freddie’s Flower pics with on FacebookTwitter or Instagram, or drop us an email at freddie@freddiesflowers.com – and perhaps you’ll feature in the next one!

A close up photo of a mohican allium
Rockin’ a mohican allium @s11ona

 

A photograph of the flowers laid out in a kitchen
A modern layout @zoestirling

 

A detail of yellow sunflowers
Last breath of summer @ Misti
A cat keeping the flowers safe
On guard! @Sally Dixon

 

A photograph of sunflowers in a home
Scandi Jaune @saltykissesandsandytoes

 

A photograph of sedum and avalanche roses
Sophisticated sedum @kevinbrewis

 

Postcard perfect @thegirlnextdoor
Postcard perfect @thegirlnextdoor

 

Photo of the roses and sedum arrangement
That jug tho @ailiewilliams

 

A picture of lots of arrangements on a desk
Working form home @squeekymuffin

 

Lilies and ornithagalums in a mirrow
”How do I look?” @philchales

 

A close up of the pink sedum flower
Pretty in pink @ofbeautyand

 

A photograph of the sedum and roses arrangement with crazy wallpaper
Trying to be incognito @colony.london

 

A photograph of three arrangements
A few of my favourite things @

 

If you haven’t already why not give us a go and you can get a lovely box of Freddie’s flowers fresh flowers delivered straight to your door for just £22!

 

A photograph of a customers sunflower arrangment
Bringing sunshine back @valentinajacome