Little Botanica about page
Creative optimist, flower fanatic, bee lover and workaholic
Kimberly is the owner and creative optimist of Little Botanica. She is a lover of all things natural and is often found wandering up country lanes or strolling ancient woodland with camera in hand! A natural flair with gorgeous blooms and a laidback style, Kim has an eye for detail and can be a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to her work. Little Botanica is a part of her heart. She also has a thing for trees….
Sunshine loving, tea drinking, travel enthusiast with a passion for design
Partner at Little Botanica with an architectural background Hayley has an eye for detail. Combining her love of the great outdoors with the built environment brings a unique style to all of her work. Hayley loves nothing more than being inspired, creating and experimenting with new ideas. The answer is always yes!
Photographer and Fine Artist with an eye for composition, colour and style
Corporate and retail florist at Little Botanica, Jenni has a strong background in visual art, graduating from the Glasgow School of Art. Fragrance obsessive, she loves nothing more than discovering new scents of big, bold and beautiful blooms. As an aesthetically minded person, she takes pleasure in making everything look its best.
elaina rose kelly
Plants a growing and orange loving botanical whizz kid
Wedding and events florist at Little Botanica, Elaina has a love for sculpture, especially if they include florals. The sky is the limit when it comes to large botanical installations and with her imagination anything is possible. When it comes to design she creates everything with a true love of colour and shape. She strives for the WOW factor.
Established in 2008 as a small wedding florist based in a rather cold workshop unit in Cambuslang. It has been driven by a passion and love of all things natural, a desire to create beautiful flowers and to craft and brighten up life with colour and texture.
We moved to our small but perfectly formed Pollokshaws Road shop and fused together our floral studio with a tea house and vegetarian cafe.
Alas we have now developed and outgrown our small basement workshop and Little Botanica has moved on to our current light filled railway arch workspace in Tradeston.
The Pollokshaws Road shop will form our sister venue Marchtown.
Marchtown is a new concept ignited by our love of Strathbungo, our passionate and inspiring local community. A new and exciting bar and off licence, serving the finest food and wine, providing a year round calendar of inspiring events. Our former basement workshop will be transformed into a learning hub for tastings, workshops and events.