North Yorkshire is Britain’s largest ceremonial county and surely one of its most beautiful. Located in the central and eastern north of England, this is a county of stark moorland, quaint villages and vibrant towns.
Selby Abbey is without doubt one of the area’s premier attractions. In the centre of the Selby community, the structure is a grade I listed building that dates back to 1069. Noted for its blend of Norman and Gothic styles, the Abbey is endowed with one of the finest organs in all of Yorkshire.
One particularly floral attraction in the county is Peasholm Park, a mecca for Scarborough enthusiasts. With its Japanese-style plants, flowers and water features it is unique among the region’s many gardens. Opened in 1912, it includes a pagoda and various Japanese statues.
Throughout the area, from Harrogate to Whitby, Floom’s North Yorkshire flower delivery covers the whole county.