Diss is a small market town in the eastern English county of Norfolk. Located between Norwich and Ipswich, the town sits close to the county border with Suffolk.
Bressingham Steam and Gardens is a site just to the west of Diss that includes several narrow gauge rail lines as well as a collection of vintage steam trains. Home to the unique Dad’s Army museum, the attraction brings thousands of visitors each year to the area. The lush gardens are renowned for their wildflower collections which bloom each spring and summer, attracting enthusiasts from across the county.
Nearby, Thetford Forest is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and a regional centre for flora and fauna. The largest lowland pine forest in the country, Thetford forest is almost 50,000 acres in span, covering a sizeable area to the west of town.
Throughout the area, from Fair Green to Walcott Green, Floom’s Diss flower delivery covers the whole town.