THE SEASON AHEAD
The time of gifting has arrived and our new winter bouquet, Midnight Bazaar, celebrates the magic and vibrancy of the season. A deep-hued flurry of Christmas colour to gift loved ones and bring the season’s festive spirit indoors. Plus enjoy our limited edition tasselled totes, free with any winter bouquet.
Our winter collection extends into some seasonal new homeware pieces including our new Grove Botanical Soap with sandalwood and may chang. This woody blend aids muscle relaxation, rest and rejuvenation, perfect for the colder months.
Embrace the joy of seasonal eating. Savour the flavours of November, including apples, carrots, cabbages, and pomegranate. As December arrives, relish brussels sprouts, leeks, and other delectable produce. Explore Ottolenghi’s edit of seasonal recipes for some winter inspiration.
Winter sees the annual return of some of our favourite flowers including ranunculus and anemones. These winter jewels shine brightly in the colder months against the sometimes bleak blanket of nature’s winter landscape.
Celebrate the Winter Solstice by connecting with ancient traditions and the cosmos on 22 December. Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers a captivating experience as the sun aligns with its iconic stones.
Embrace the enchanting ambiance of candlelit concerts across the UK. Experience classical music in a unique and intimate setting. Check out the schedule at feverup.com
In Singapore connect with nature’s healing power through a therapeutic nature walk on 14 December. Led by AProf Angie Chew, this event offers a rejuvenating experience in the heart of Singapore at Brahm Centre @ Newton
Usher in winter celebrations with wreath making workshops at our Gough Street store in Hong Kong. Enjoy connecting with our community over botanical drinks whilst crafting festive decor for your home. Book online now.
Discover the enchanting world of chrysanthemums at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. This floral exhibition showcases the beauty and cultural significance of this captivating flower.
In Hong Kong delve into the world of historical treasures at The Indra and Harry Banga Gallery in Kowloon Tong. This exhibition showcases the iconic Zodiac Heads from the Yuanmingyuan and other invaluable artefacts.
On 9 November the crescent Moon and Venus make a stunning conjunction as the night’s most dazzling bodies come together. And don’t miss the chance to catch a glimpse of Jupiter on 24 and 25 November as it shines brightly just next to the moon.
December’s full Cold Moon illuminates the sky on the 26th of the month. A time many cultures celebrate reflection and preparation for the coming new year.
The soundtrack to seasonal gatherings, cocktail parties and after-hours soirées.