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Hi. I'm having a garden wedding in central France in October and was wondering what flowers will be available for the wedding flowers. Thanks

Hi . . . Linda from Surrey, United Kingdom!

Sorry, but my expertise in not in the area of flowers, especially for wedding flowers in October in central France.  

My guess is that in France, like in the United States, that lots of flowers are flown into the major Europe cities year around.  

So, bottom line, you can get what you want.  BUT, the pricing and quality might be a little in question.   If you have the budget and desire, they can usually find what you seek.   

Did you only want fresh, locally-grown flowers?  Have you talked with a couple of florists in this town or area where you are having the wedding?   Tell me more!!  

Look forward to hearing back from you with more details and specifics, any other questions, etc.

Does this start to help a little?

ENJOY!  Merci Beaucoup!

Thanks.  Terry Casey in Columbus, Ohio  


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Most experienced for Paris, Loire Valley, Provence, Dordogne, Alsace, Burgundy, Normandy and Reims/Champagne Country. Terry likes helping travelers get trip "flow and pacing" right so your adventure is neither . . . a bore, NOR a blur! Make sure your timing works, fitting your interests, tastes, personal experiences and needs. Terry has planned and done great trips to the Baltics, Russia, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Ireland, England, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, Greece, Norway, Turkey and Switzerland, plus South America and Cuba. Did wonderful April, 2007, week in Paris, summer 2008 southern England trip, summer 2010 fjords/North Cape, Norway coast, etc. Has visited twenty=two different countries in Europe. You can check out our Norway coast/fjords adventure with lots of great pictures from last summer at: This live/blog has gotten nearly 52,000 views. For Villefranche, ports in Italy and along the the Croatian coast, you can check this live/blog. We are now at 42,762 views here. France is great, but these other parts of the Europe are wonderful, too!!!


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