Stems moves to Windsor

I’m delighted to announce that we’ve moved Stems to Windsor.

ITV News filmed the opening of Stems of Windsor

ITV News interview with Jan

This past 18 months has been a rough ride for retail businesses. We have struggled to achieve even 20% of our pre-pandemic turnover. Despite Government help, we cannot continue to pay the same rent as before.
So after a year of trying to survive, we realised we needed to be working with people who are realistic about overheads. Taking loans to pay unrealistic amounts of rent would end in disaster.

It was sad to say goodbye to Sicilian Avenue after all those years – 36 to be exact!

But just five days later, we opened at 58, Thames St., Windsor, opposite the beautiful Sir Christopher Wren Hotel, right on the Thames.

We have a lovely selection of plants and cut flowers, and we’ve been receiving a warm welcome from our new neighbours!

Photo credit: Dean and Chapter of Westminster

I was honoured to make these wreaths for the Australian High Commission and New Zealand High Commission for Anzac Day.

We will still be undertaking work in London, and would like to thank all our loyal clients for their support over the years. Our phone number and email address remains the same.

Published by


Jan founded Stems in London WC1 in 1985, after changing her career as a teacher/translator, & training as a florist in Sweden. Her unique style, inspired by country walks, has been described as natural & wild, but with depth & sophistication. From a simple, tiny posy to grand events at St. James's Palace, Jan loves creating beautiful arrangements.