Hi, I’m Rozanne Delamore. I have a degree in Rural Environmental Protection from Harper Adams which I am pleased to implement in my growing methods on my flower farm.

A return home to Herefordshire from Norfolk with my children in 2020, led to the move from gardening to growing. This along with the changing climate and environmental awareness meant that I wanted to be able to offer a sustainable option of local produce for local people, flowers in many ways are no different to food. Its important that people are able to choose a more sustainable and environmentally friendly option without having to compromise on quality.

The Ledbury Flower Farmer is my artisan flower farm based just outside Ledbury in Herefordshire, England. Our first season was in 2021. We grow high quality cut flowers and are passionate about our ethos of producing seasonal, sustainably grown blooms for our local customers.

We grow on part of our small holding where we also have ancient pasture grazed by horses surrounding a small wood half way between Ledbury and Parkway. We grow a wide selection of flower varieties and our seasonal blooms are available through the British growing season of April and October. We grow flowers in a sustainable way, at hand scale and without chemicals. We always try to make space for nature within our production.

We work to supply some florists with our home grown blooms, we also provide bunches and bouquets, flowers for weddings, funerals and events to the flower loving public. Our bouquets are arranged in our seasonal “garden gathered” and wild style with thoughtful colour palettes. 

Local customers can purchase flowers for collection from the farm Monday- Friday. A subscription service is available for customers who would like a regular weekly or fortnightly flower delivery. If you are enquiring about wedding or funeral flowers please fill out the contact form on our Flowers page or drop me an email at rozanne@theledburyflowerfarmer.co.uk.

Wholesale flowers for florists are available every week through the growing season. 

I take flowers to the Produce Market at Hellens in Much Marcle on the first Saturday of each month.

Out of season we offer a selection of very carefully dried flowers and seed heads in wonderful vibrant colours and textures.