Welcome to Whorls Flowers

Hello, I’m Charlotte, a small scale flower grower in Copthorne, West Sussex, creating beautiful flower bouquets with my fresh, seasonal flowers.I have been a gardener all my life growing vegetables and flowers and started creating small flower bouquets for my family and work colleagues a few years ago.

It is always such a pleasure to see the joy that flowers bring to people’s lives and so I decided to leave my corporate office life behind me and embrace an outdoor life filled with flowers, nature and caring for our environment.

My flower growing space is fairly small but I utilise it to the full, with 2 greenhouses and flower beds at home together with a flower garden patch at a local farm.

I produce quality fresh flowers which are in season from late March to the end of October.

The fresh flowers are available to local customers for collection or localised delivery.

My dried flowers are available all year round, having been preserved carefully and stored to ensure the longest possible life.

The importance of locally grown flowers within the flower industry is increasing rapidly with the advance of climate change and the need for us all to drastically reduce our carbon footprint.

The benefits of buying fresh local seasonal flowers are that your flowers are grown in harmony with nature and are chemical, pesticide and plastic wrap free. You will be supporting sustainability, seasonality, our environment and reducing the damaging air miles that imported flowers carry whilst at the same time supporting a local business.

My dried flowers are preserved without using any chemicals, bleaches or dyes and are all naturally grown and dried.

I am a member of Flowers From The Farm, an organisation which promotes local flowers and supports British flower growers.

I am a member of Flowers From The Farm, an organisation which promotes local flowers and supports British flower growers.

Why Whorls?

A whorl is a botanical term that means a radial arrangement of leaves, sepals, petals, stamens and carpels. There are 4 whorls in each flower. As flowers are so intricate, beautiful and many have the most delicious scent, I was inspired by a word that captured all of these elements.