Corsham is a historic market town in the southern English county of Wiltshire. Renowned as a centre of both the wool and stone industries, Corsham also has a history as a base for Ministry of Defence operations.
Corsham Court is a stately home owned by the Methuen family for many generations. Built in 1582 for Thomas Smythe, the structure is renowned for its excellent collection of fine art paintings. With an opulent interior and lush grounds, Corsham Court is one of Wiltshire’s most regal homes and is an immense source of pride for the town’s population.
Nearby, the stately home at Bowood House was built in 1725 yet is no less impressive than it’s older counterpart at Corsham Court. A Grade I listed building, the home features stunning gardens designed by the famous landscape architect Lancelot “Capability” Brown. The gardens feature a range of local flora that delight enthusiasts who flock here to enjoy both the diverse blooms on displays.
Throughout the town, from Westrop to Pickwick, Floom’s Corsham flower delivery covers every area of the community.