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We provide natural, seasonal and sustainable funeral flowers in Glasgow working with our own farm-grown flowers and the seasons to create funeral flowers that reflect a person, a time and a place. With a gentler, softer and more natural feel, our eco-friendly funeral designs are as individual and special as the people they’re made for.

"Just wanted to share my thank you for the flowers. They were perfect. Spent the service looking at them and thinking of him happy in his garden - and following him today along the coast, with the flowers in the sunshine - was exactly as I'd wished. So thank you for making this difficult day - and the process running up to today - easier and more beautiful."

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NATURAL
FUNERALS

We provide seasonal, natural, and gently arranged flowers for all kinds of ceremonies and remembrance. When words are difficult, beautiful flowers can provide an expression of love, grief, sympathy, respect, and remembrance. Whether you would like a wild flower spray for a casket, a sheaf or wreath of flowers to lay on a grave, arrangements for a church or wake, a bouquet of condolence, or another bespoke tribute - we feel truly privileged to create thoughtful gestures that represent and celebrate your loved one. We treat every commission individually and sensitively, our floral tributes are bespoke to the requirements of the family and truly reflective of the life that has passed.  

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SEASONAL
FUNERALS

The natural flower season on our farm is key to everything we do. We sow, grow, nurture, and harvest thousands of rare and scented flowers; classic, heirloom, cottage garden favourites that you can't find anywhere else. We are on hand to advise on what flower varieties you can expect at the time of your loved one's ceremony. Our flowers are full of life and are perfect to celebrate a life lived, representative of a time and a place. We aim to bring the evocative scent and beauty of a garden to natural, seasonal and sustainable funerals in Glasgow and  wider Scotland.

Visit our farm portfolio to see the types of flowers we grow on our farm throughout the year for our funeral designs and arrangements.

Sustainable funeral flowers Glasgow

SUSTAINABLE
FUNERALS

We grow our flowers without the use of chemicals or artificial energy, in the season they were meant to grow. There are no air miles and all of our designs are made of natural materials that are fully compostable including all materials, mechanics and packaging. Our arrangements are suitable for natural burial services, green funerals, woodland memorials, and for those whose wishes are to have an eco-friendly funeral. Our funeral tributes can be safely left at a burial site or other place of remembrance. We are passionate about sustainability and work hard to minimise the environmental impact of our work. A lot of thought goes into how we grow and arrange our flowers. For more information on our sustainable practices and policy please click here.  

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"I would  like you thank  you again  for beautiful  flowers  for my sister. My sister was very unique, sensitive and intelligent. She loved wildflowers, garden  flowers and colourful, light pink and white roses and buttercups. I was looking  for  something light and spring-like, not heavy and classic  for funerals. Her grave looked beautiful, thank you."  

We appreciate that this is a difficult time with a lot to think about and organise, we are on hand to consult and advise about the details and liaise directly with your funeral director about the logistics. We can organise your order via phone or email, whichever you would prefer. 

Please contact Louisina on 07511958948 for more information and to order natural, seasonal and sustainable funeral flowers. You can email us at flowers@daysofdahlia.com or fill out the form via the button below and we will be in touch to confirm your order and get any other information we need. 

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If you have any questions about our funeral services, please call us or email us at flowers@daysofdahlia.com

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