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BB Podcast Episode 74: Hazel Gardiner

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Hazel Gardiner | Tia Talula Photography

Today we’re visiting with Hazel Gardiner, owner of Hazel Gardiner Design based in Stoke Newington, East London, to chat about:

  • the diagnosis that changed her relationship with nature and propelled her into the floral industry
  • the importance of wellness and mental well-being as a business owner
  • diversity in floristry (read more of her thoughts here: Tackling Race Barriers in Floristry on The Florist)
  • transitioning from TV production to floral event production
  • utilizing existing skill sets when embarking on a new career
  • the moment she recognized her personal floral aesthetic
  • working with brands
  • moving into influencer work as a florist
  • tips for aspiring floral designers

Hazel Gardiner | Nancy Straugan | Caro Hutchings | Paper Knots | Miath Co.

Hazel Gardiner | Hannah Bullivant | Dave Bullivant | The Natural Dyeworks


Floral Designer Hazel Gardiner arranges flowers on a TV set


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Florist Hazel Gardiner arranges flowers in a centerpiece on a candlelit dinner table

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Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) + Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee

If you enjoyed our chat with Hazel Gardiner, you might also enjoy our interview with Graeme Corbett, owner of Bloom + Burn. Click here to listen.




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