Introducing our new hashtag for florists

Written by NCGM
November 27, 2017

Would you like to get your floral design photos reposted to 26k Instagram followers? Just use our new hashtag #behindeverygreatflorist.

(Source: Joanne Truby Floral Design)

We really hope you enjoyed hearing from some of our lovely florists and traders about why they find the market so special in our Behind Every Great Florist videos.

Because we loved them so much, we now want to hear more from the market’s florists. So, we’re launching a new hashtag on Instagram: #behindeverygreatflorist.

We already share the amazing flowers, foliage, plants and sundries on offer at the market from our @marketflowers account, but we rarely get a chance to see the eye-popping creations you turn them in to. If you’re a florist and you buy from us, we'd love to feature you on our Instagram.

How to get featured

Simply post an image on Instagram of your designs made from flowers, foliage, plants or sundries from New Covent Garden Market. Then add the hashtag #behindeverygreatflorist.

We’ll select our favourite image of the week and regram this to our 26k @marketflowers followers. We can’t wait to see all your incredible designs.

The first florist to be featured is South East London based Joanne Truby Floral Design

P.S. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch our full Behind Every Great Florist video in our blog here or some shorts on our @marketflowers account. 


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