Chiya: Fresh & Preserved
£60.00 – £100.00
Chiya, meaning ‘A Thousand Generations’, is designed to make a lasting impression. Your bouquet will be an irresistible mix of beautiful, fresh blooms paired with preserved leaves, foliage and pampas grass, all tailored to your colour palette.
The best part? Your preserved pieces will last long after your fresh flowers, so you can keep these and rearrange them in a vase for a permanent display!
Our bouquets are available in the following sizes:
- Kohana (‘A Little Flower’) – small
- Hana (‘Flower’) – medium
- Hanabi (‘Fireworks’) – large
Please select your preferred size below, and then select to add any optional extras to add to your order from the choices available.
How to care for your bouquet:
We use only the freshest buds to ensure your bouquet stays bold and beautiful for at least seven days following delivery. To help your bouquet stay vibrant:
- Unwrap the aqua pack and eco wrap.
- Either keep your stems tied or release the string to rearrange.
- Snip 1cm from the end of the stems every few days at a 45-degree angle.
- Place in fresh water and replace it every few days.
- Keep out of direct sunlight and heat.
We deliver Wednesday through to Saturday between 3-5 pm to Berkhamsted and the surrounding area (within a 5-mile radius).
For same-day delivery, place your order before 2 pm (only available on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
Delivery to Berkhamsted is free and £5 for the surrounding area.
Your bouquet will arrive wrapped for protection and with everything it needs to stay fresh before you pop it into a vase at home. As a florist that strives to exclusively use eco-friendly packaging, everything your bouquet arrives in can be disposed of sustainably.
Any plastic water pockets, wraps, cellophane and tissue paper, are biodegradable and can go into your compost bin, while your care guides, paper wraps and gift cards can be disposed of in your recycling bin.
If your bouquet has arrived with a Hanako greetings card, be sure to plant it for a season-long reminder of your loved one’s affection.