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Carole Smith Creative Floral Designer

Unit 12, Parsons Green Estate

Boulton Road




Tel: 01438 361361

Email: cas@carolesmith.co.uk

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March 28, 2015

Continueing my series on the meaning of flower names with C and D.


The Meaning of Flower Names.


Caladium: Immense delight and joy 
Camellia: Perfection, Gratitude 
Carnation (Red): Aching heart, Admiration 
Carnation (Pink): A Woman in Love 

March 21, 2015


See us at the Priory Barn Supplier Opwn Day, Sunday 22 March from 11am until 3pm.


Photo of hand-tied bridal bouquet especially prepared for Sunday's exhibition.










March 19, 2015





  • The birth flower of March is the Dafoldil and for many it's flowering in the wild marks the comming of spring.

  • The name of March comes from Latin Martius, the first month of the earliest Roman calendar. It was named for Mars, the Roman god of war.

  • Mar...

March 14, 2015

One of the most visited pages on our old website was The Meaning of Flower Names. It's a question that we are often asked, but I had not realised just how many searched that topic on Google.


For some reason, which I can't explain, I decided to leave that page out of ou...

March 9, 2015

Don't forget it's Mothers Day on Sunday March 15th.


Our new online shop has just opened in time.











March 4, 2015

If you'd like a chance to discuss your weding flowers and venue decoration with Carole, come along to Quy Mill Hotel wedding fair on Sunday 8th March.


Remember Carole is an award winning, professionally qualified florist.


We also supply chair covers and sashes, backdro...

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