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Creativity & Sustainability

Minimal Inputs
The roses and herbs are growing in an existing glass house with its own reservoir. There is no need for additional facilities, capital equipment or heating & lighting inputs. Lavender and wheat are growing on existing farms in an already environmentally friendly process. Growing all the ingredients at just three sites keeps delivery journeys short, minimizing carbon outputs

Propagated stock was grown in peat free conditions and we have utilised maximum bark content in “growing –on” substrate to reduce peat use to the minimum. Pesticide is only used on a scout and spot spray method. Slow release fertiliser was mixed in the growing media reducing additional nutrition and watering by hand only reduces the use of water
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Victory Bouquet Sustainability
As listed in Time Out London - Eating & Drinking Guide 2012