Find Flowers for any Special Day At The Willow Garden Florists in Hebden Bridge

Special Days

throughout the year are the obvious occasions when giving a bouquet of flowers is a lovely gesture to make. Valentine’s Day and Mother's Day are times when you can really express your love and appreciation to those close to you with an exquisite hand-tied posy or a beautiful planted display. Even Dad may appreciate a nice house plant on Father's Day!

At Easter, bunches of colourful spring flowers herald the approach of warmer weather and cheer us up after the winter, while at Halloween time, autumnal flowers and foliage can create a rich, colourful background for a themed party.

Whatever the season, The Willow Garden makes sure all the freshest blooms are used to create our arrangements and posies and if you cannot see what you are looking for, you only have to ask and we will try our best to get it for you from our English and Dutch suppliers.

Opening Times

Monday Saturday:
9.30 to 5.30
Sunday:
11.00 to 5.00

News and Events

MACMILLAN AFTERNOON TEA FUNDRAISER AND FESTIVE REVIEW

On Friday 27th October from 12 noon onwards we look forward to welcoming you to a magical shopping experience with our Festive preview of sparkle and opulence while you help us raise money for MacMillan by indulging in our local StarBakers delicacies. You are also invited to enjoy our pumpkin display for the Pumpkin Festival and give us your vote.

WEDDING BOOKINGS FOR NEXT YEAR

We are now taking bookings for 2018. Give us a call to book a consultation. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for inspiration and ideas.

SEE MORE WEDDING PHOTOS...

Local photographer - Sharon Harrison - has taken some shots of us working in the shop preparing wedding bouquets and on location at recent weddings where we have provided the flowers.
To see the images on her website:- Click here

Dates to Remember
for this Year 2017

Halloween: Mon 31st Oct
Christmas Day: Mon 25th Dec

Inspirational Thoughts

"Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts."

Sigmund Freud