I founded Heathland Flowers in April 2022 after growing cut flowers in my in-laws vegetable plot during the COVID-19 pandemic. I explored a love of growing plants that I wasn't aware I had. Initially, I took up gardening as a means of healing, but I soon realised that I wanted it to become a larger part of my life. Soon I began following the artisan British Flowers movement through Flowers from the Farm, something I was previously unaware even existed.

With a background in Accessory Design and Production, starting a Flower Farm and persuing Floristy initially seemed like a major career move. However, I've found myself able to explore light, movement, colour, texture and a sense of space in many similar ways as in my previous jobs. Glimmers of the natural world had always shone through my work, from critical botanical drawings, making and using natural dyes, and photographing Dartmoor at any opportunity.

Heathland Flowers is becoming a blend of all of those little sparks of joy.

'I'm completely in love with the idea of capturing a fleeting moment in time through flowers...'

  • The Polytunnel

  • The Field

Since April 2022, I have expanded into a walled garden, a 40-year old polytunnel, and a 1/4 acre field space at Great Bidlake Manor.

I'm now growing a romantic mix of scented flowers and foliage from April through to October, always taking inspiration from Northern Dartmoor and Devon's hedgerows. I'm completely in love with the idea of capturing a fleeting moment in time through flowers and am so looking forward to working on more Weddings and occasions this year.

I'm just begining my Floral journey, and I'm excited for every opportunity, sharing my growing knowledge of British flowers and the joy of using living material as an expressive medium.

  • Thank you for taking the time to venture through my little ramble, India. x