Petal & Stalk – getting ready for festivities

Petal & Stalk

Military wife Abigail owns Petal & Stalk, an award winning florist located in Navenby, Lincolnshire and she has come up with the answer for the perfect gift that’s not only beautiful but probably very different to anything you’ve bought in the past. This year Petal & Stalk has launched a Wreath Kit*. Containing everything required to make a sumptuous Christmas wreath including wreath ring, fresh foliage, full instructions, even the bow is included, all packed carefully into a useful jute bag.

Or, if you live in the area, you can gift more of an experience through a number of classes available at the Petal & Stalk Flower School located in the village of Wellingore, Lincoln. You can even organise a special party for you and your friends, tailor-made to suit your needs.

A selection of flower classes are available throughout the year with the autumn dates on;

  • 25th October £60
  • 29th November £55

The Christmas wreath making classes cost £60 each and are on:

  • 30th November
  • 1st, 3rd, 6th and 7th December
Military wife

The day-to-day business is well known for creating beautiful and informal styling for weddings, corporate events & special occasions. Last year business owner Abigail was chosen as part of a team of florists to create a display for one of the entrances to the world famous Chelsea Flower Show. They were also chosen to represent British Flowers’ Week, a nationwide campaign which takes place in London.

*The Wreath Kit can be purchased online for £50 + p&p (inland only) 811873 or emailing [email protected]

Keeping it in the community

We like to support the network of our military family members who run their own businesses either a spouse or a new business start up from those among us who have Served.

This and other brilliant businesses are all stored on our ‘Businesses run by our spouses‘ section on this website. If you too are a military partner and have a business to share with us, please email [email protected]

This article is part of the Autumn edition of Envoy magazine. If you’d like to receive your own quarterly copy of Envoy, it’s free. Simply sign up online.

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