Case studies

Hospitality Flowers

Our client asked us to quote for fresh flower displays for table centres. After the quote was accepted we ordered in the fresh flowers to meet clients colour schemes. The flower displays were chosen very carefully to endure the heat as best as possible and made up at the very last minute due to the very hot weather.

We chose Chincherinchee, white Peonies for their scent and Roses for one of the themes and Anthurium for the other. Classic Plants delivered the flowers at the time our client specified, after the tables were laid.  Our team then returned 2 days later, out of hours to refresh the flowers and ensure they remain fresh at all times during the event. We then returned to collect the displays back at the end of the event.

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Brighthouse Exhibition Stand Plant Design

All plants picked and packed onto trolleys, then transported to Excel London.   On arrival we saw that the clients bespoke troughs were in place and ready to plant. (Picture 1).
All clients troughs planted with mixed green foliage as client did not want any colour. (Picture 2)
Window box planted (Picture 3)
Finished stand on opening of event (Picture 4)

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Design of the Exhibition Stand adding the finishing touch with Kentia Palm Tree

An exhibitor has booked a stand at an event in London and wanted to order a palm tree and table bowl for their coffee table.

We picked out the correct height palm tree, planted it into a suitable container and dressed the base with reindeer moss. We made up their table display from the fresh plants and flowers in our greenhouse. We arrived with our plants at the show, delivered them onto their stand and then collected them at the close of the event several days later.

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Feel the Grass between your Toes

Client asked Classic plants for fresh, lush grass to be laid to Euston station platform, edged by white picket fencing along with wooden bench seating each end for clients to take their shoes and socks off.

The idea was to encourage their train passengers to relax, unwind and ‘feel’ the grass between their toes.

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