Teresa celebrates 25 years since launching House of Flowers

Teresa Fowler of House of Flowers, pictured at her self-serve flower shed in Woodmead Road

EXPERIENCED Lyme Regis florist Teresa Fowler is this week celebrating the 25th anniversary of her business House of Flowers.

Having bench trained at the age of 16 and gone on to study floristry at Bournemouth College, Teresa opened her first shop in Drakes Way, off Broad Street, on December 1 1996.

She has since moved to several premises in the town and had shops in Honiton, but Teresa now runs her self-serve flower shed and workshop from her family home in Woodmead Road.

Teresa has seen lots of changes to the industry and has had to diversify and move with the times over the past 25 years.

In particular, she now focusses on wild and seasonal English flowers, supporting local flower farms, and her business is also plastic free, as she uses 100 per cent recycled containers for her flowers, made from rubbish found in the sea.

As well as picking your own bouquet at her self-serve flower shed, where you can pay by card, BACs, cash or PayPal, Teresa also takes online orders and offers daily deliveries.

To mark her 25th anniversary on Wednesday, December 1 she will be hosting environmentally friendly, drop in wreath-making workshops.

There is no need to book for this event, just turn up and choose from Teresa’s wide range of festive decorations to create your own wreath.

For more information or to place an order, visit www.houseofflowerslymeregis.co.uk

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