Located in the southeast English county of Kent, Strood is a town lying on the northwest bank of the River Medway.
Leeds Castle is one of the most popular attractions in the Strood area, a medieval castle renowned across the country for its stunning setting amid islands formed in the River Len. Each summer the castle grounds become flooded with local wildflowers which lend the area a stunning splash of colour.
Another castle, Rochester, sits close to Strood and this edifice is known for its stone keep, or tower, which is consistently cited as one of the best preserved in England. Dating back to the 11th century when it was constructed by the Normans, Rochester Castle offers amazing views of the surrounding countryside and the River Medway, which flows nearby.
Throughout the area, from Lower Bush to Downside, Floom’s Strood flower delivery applies to the whole town.