For those well versed in the language of flowers, the name Constance Spry still looms large. From the late 1920s up until her death in 1960, she dominated British floristry, creating displays that were sophisticated, daring and always unexpected. She would head together masses of a single flower, presenting urns brimming with a profusion of scented lilac or Portuguese laurel, or she might offer up a huge, lavish arrangement of blooms, as artful and layered as a still life by a Dutch Master.

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Daisy Green, Daisy Lane
Wotton under Edge

GL12 7PF

London Showroom

20A Pimlico Road, Belgravia



Office: 01453 520 088

Mobile: 07833 693 142

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