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At we love meeting like-minded brands who put the customer first and are passionate about what they do. The team at Bloom & Wild are taking the UK flower business by storm and like high street estate agents, high street florists may well be a little worried about this energetic online business who offer customers great value for money and quality ‘cut to order’ fresh flowers delivered through your letterbox. No longer do we have to put up with wilted, jaded looking flowers that have been hanging around a florist shop for days – these blooms come straight to you and like, Bloom and Wild’s aim is to cut out the middle man. We love this nifty infographic to show you what we mean.

Fresh long-lasting flowers are a must when staging a home for a sale. The kitchen has always been the ‘heart of the home’ and can make or break a sale - we therefore suggest having a large, fresh bunch on the table both for the professional photographs and your viewings. As we move into Spring there will be more flowers to choose from – just a word of caution about lilies though, make sure you cut the pollen stems out as many people are allergic and you don’t want to stain your furniture or clothes. Bloom & Wild actually offer ‘no lily’ versions of their arrangements if you want to steer clear. To compliment your more formal arrangement, pick some flowers from your garden to perhaps put in the living room or on landing to ‘bring the outside in’ – make sure you mention these flowers come from the property’s garden on a viewing tour, it will be a great talking point and may just be the one thing that gets your home sold fast!

Bloom & Wild are offering Mumsnet users a 15% discount off a 3 month subscription – perfect for the house sale process to ensure your home blooms from day 1! If you’re a Mumsnet subscriber get in there soon to make the most of the offer.

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