Beautiful, cottage garden flowers grown in the Monmouthshire hills

Soon to be featured on ITV Wales' Coast and Country

Details of our Christmas Wreath Workshop on our News page!

At Far Hill Flowers we grow beautiful cottage garden British flowers for all occasions and provide artisan floristry.

We specialise in fragrant Wedding Flowers presented in natural, free-flowing arrangements, sometimes described as vintage, hedgerow or eco. We happily scale our bespoke work from a full service to DIY “buckets & bouquets”, to help every bride create the unique style she wants.

We also provide Flowers for Events including anniversaries and parties, to decorate venues or to be given as bouquets. We are often asked to do sympathy and memorial flowers.

Wholesale flowers and foliage are also available for florists.



 In the Gallery you’ll see our bee-friendly flowers combine traditional and native varieties, cultivated and wild. They are seasonal, smell wonderful, have stunning colours and are as fresh as the dew. No air miles, no refrigeration, no chemicals - we work in harmony with nature, from seed to centrepiece.

For those who would like to try their hand at growing and making, we offer a range of informal, fun Workshops throughout the seasons. We can show you how to make a Christmas wreath or grow your wedding flowers. Justine also provides garden Consultations and speaks at gardening clubs and other events.

Whilst our Flower Farm primarily serves South-East Wales - especially Gwent, Monmouthshire and Cardiff – the Bristol and Three Counties area (Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire), we are happy to consider venturing further afield. Browse through our site, enjoy the pictures and if you can't find what you are looking for then Contact Us and see how we can help you.


Wedding Flowers

Artisan Floristry with our homegrown flowers

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DIY Brides

Buy your flowers from us to arrange yourself

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Any Occasion

Bouquets, sympathy flowers and much more

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'People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us'         Iris Murdoch