Sue at Leeds Castle 88’

Sue at Leeds Castle 88’

Florist in Kent and East Sussex

Sue Davies Flowers & Garden is renowned for her vibrant and innovative approach to flowers. Whether it is for a wedding, the home, workplace, a bereavement, photo shoot or event, flowers catch the eye, create atmosphere and finish the look of a space. Sue focuses on using a mixture of foraged, dried, home grown and specially selected flowers and foliage. Sue has been been making flower lovers swoon since 1974 with her warm approach and abundant knowledge in the field, and It would be her pleasure to now work with you.

Where she started

Sue began her training at the age of 17 at a local floristry shop and swiftly went freelance from the age of 18. During this time Sue went on to work as a resident florist at Leeds Castle. Here she added to the beauty of the castle rooms by bringing the flowers and foliage from the estate gardens indoors. She also created arrangements for guests, events and weddings.

Garden Inspiration

A life-long love of gardening and growing flowers has enriched Sue’s approach to the way colour and form combines to create an exciting palette. Scouring hedgerows and meadows is part of her mission to add diversity of materials to schemes.

Pop up shops and Workshops

Throughout the years, Sue has opened many seasonal pop up shops and held countless floral workshops. She now runs her permanent studio based in the centre of Sutton Valence. Spring, summer and autumn brings a vibrant hive of activity from workshops to a myriad of gifts and bespoke arrangements. Winter brings the festive season and the shop transforms into The Christmas shop, a magical experience.

Make an appointment to come and see Sue at The Old Butchers Shop to browse the studio, learn some new skills or begin your journey to make your event extraordinary.

Sue for a wedding at The Big Cat Sanctuary

A massive thank you for the amazing flowers for Wednesday and Saturday. I could not have wished for better.
— Sarah - Sutton Valence

First photo was taken by  Suzy Wimbourne Photography