Welcome from all at “Isobel the Florist”
Although we now have our online shop, we still like to talk to people and are more than happy to receive your phone calls.
About the shops ...
At Isobel The Florist we have two beautiful shops, an experienced floristry team and a huge range of fresh flowers and foliages, gifts and home style ideas.Due to the positioning of our shops we are happy to offer an extensive delivery area and we will be pleased to quote for any requirement and of course give expert advice where it is needed. There is always a beautiful range of designs, from understated seasonal bunches, to dramatic wow factor designs in both contemporary and classic styles to suit your mood and budget.
Visitors to the shop can see our designs being created in our open workshop.
We have included an album of seasonal changes and activity in the shops (below)
Isobel is a skilled florist with many years experience. Her passion for flowers and plants began at an early age trailing up and down the garden after her dad, who was him-self a dedicated gardener and flower lover….As a teenager, a year at Broomfield college studying Horticulture was followed by a 3 year course at The Welsh College of Horticulture studying Floristry and Flower production.
Over the next few years Isobel gained a wealth of experience working in shops, teaching floristry at Broomfield College engaged in training and development in the industry. During this time Isobel was able to attend the European School of Floristry and also gain the Society of Floristry Diploma and National teaching certificates.Isobels love and passion for flowers continues...
Her first shop opened in Melbourne, south Derbyshire, in 1999 and a second followed at Chester Green, Derby in 2001. In 2014 Isobel moved from Chester Green to open a new Florist shop in Breaston, Derbyshire.
Isobel the Florist is now trading from her beautiful shop in Breaston.
Isobel is often asked to give talks and demonstrations and uses this opportunity to promote the Floristry industry and encourage people to visit small local shops and businesses in their area.