What a way to dress up a loo! This lovely stand-alone flower shop was Wild at Heart's first - occupying one side of traffic island that also housed some public toilets - but don't that let deter you; its mossy green facade and atrium-like appearance give it a very appealing and inviting feel... not to mention the name! Wild at Heart - shouldn't we all be able to claim as much.
This little florist has a fantastic variety of flora and fauna - from hydrangeas to eucalyptus, and you can watch the florist compose their lovely bouquets.
This florist furnishes some of the nearby shops with on-going supply of flower arrangements that are designed to compliment the shops' look and needs. Some of these are arrangements are absolutely massive and remarkably impressive - we're talking dense and very rich and colourful displays of blooms - so I have no doubt they could do the same for an individual with a similar need for a truly grand bouquet.
Wild at Heart is a special florist. This is because they make absolutely stunning flower compositions, but also because its location is unique. In 1993 the local residents on Westbourne Grove were in uproar at the thought of a 'portaloo' residing on the traffic Island on Westbourne Grove, and commissioned the celebrated architect Piers Gough to design some 'posh loos', the result was the Turquoise Island, at one end are the toilets, a famous landmark to cabbies and tourists alike, at the other a hive of colourful activity- Wild at Heart's first flower shop. They make fabulous arrangements and have very skilled people working there but this does come at a very very high price (£45 entry price, going up very quickly). But if you want to please someone or need to decorate your home with a special bouquet, while money no object, this is the place to go.
I recently bought an orchid but it is slowly losing life as the pretty pot in which they sold it is not suited to water it properly. A pity but it does look stunning.
For those special occasions, this flower shop is perfect as it has some of the most beautiful and exotic flowers that are easily available in London. But the extremely high prices do not often make you feel so good when you know they will probably die in a couple of weeks (if not less.) Sometime the local garage is just enough but if you have cash to splash on your loved ones, then it's worth it.
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