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The hair salon where you can pick up a bouquet after your blow-dry

The hair salon where you can pick up a bouquet after your blow-dry

Video Libby Peryer, co-owner of Niche Flowers which has opened a pop-up florist shop in Hairsmiths salon on Timberhill in Norwich. Picture: Lauren De Boise. Deb Dominic, owner of Hairsmiths with Libby Peryer, co-owner of Niche Flowers which has opened a pop-up florist shop in the salon on Timberhill in Norwich. Picture: Lauren De Boise. Call in to Hairsmiths in Timber Hill and you can pick up a bouquet along with having a blow-dry. Florist Libby Peryer, who sold her business Libby Ferris Flowers back in 2015, has filled the salon space with flowers as she gears up her new business Niche for Valentine’s Day. And although red roses are still a firm favourite with love-struck buyers, Mrs Peryer hopes to bring something a little different in terms of flowers for the big day on February 14. Some of the flowers on display in the Niche Flowers pop-up shop in Hairsmiths salon on Timberhill in Norwich. Picture: Lauren De Boise. She is hoping to sell more bulbs – hyacinths, crocuses and narcissus which she’s arranged in small displays which will bring some welcome spring colour in your home first and can then be planted in your garden. “It’s the present which keeps on giving,” she said. “I do find red roses are still the favourite for Valentine’s because they are a symbolic of love, a gesture, and because they are expensive, the person receiving them feels spoilt.” Most of her flowers come from Holland although she plans to source more local products in the summer. But if you’re looking for something different, she can oblige. She currently has ranunculas, a white flower that looks like a rose with petals so delicate they appear to be made out of tissue paper. She’s also using lilacs and brunia – with a […]

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