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Everything we produce is grown without pesticides or artificial fertilisers – natural methods for naturally beautiful flowers.

“It’s not easy being green” isn’t that what Kermit says? Well, largely I’ve found that to be a pretty accurate statement. There are certainly no shortcuts.


Here at Field 216, we began with three primary principles:

Now let me be clear, I’m not preaching and I’m certainly no expert, but I am happy to share our sustainability successes and failures with you.

A really good source of information and advice on sustainable practice within flower farming is the Flowers from the Farm movement. On their website, you can find lots of information about the industry standards and expectations to preserve the future viability of our farmland.

Stories on Sustainability

I’ve made a start on a series of mini Blogs about different aspects of our business and how we’ve tried to follow gentle, land-friendly principles, where possible.

I’d read about the guttering options and we tackled it ourselves on a rare dry day in spring 2023.
Soil health is vital to our business. Without healthy and nutritious soil, the plants simply won't grow...
After we had put the smother in place to clear the ground we turned our attention to the growing.
We started with a paddock, recently used to graze livestock and heavy with grass, thistle and dock...

Field 216 FAQs

Anyone! Just ask for what you need and i’ll see if I can help!

They are all different. It depends on what you want, how many and when? If they are not displayed in the shop then please ask and I’ll always help if I can.

Yes, if you let me know that you wish to purchase for trade then I can let you have our trade application form.

We don’t use anything nasty, no herbicides, pesticides or other chemicals but we are not accredited as ‘organic’

No. Unfortunately, as a working farm, I don’t open to the public. I do sometimes invite customers to visit to pick their own or to hold conversations about weddings or events.

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