Turriff is a town of about 5,000 in the Scottish county of Aberdeenshire, renowned for its friendly locals and natural beauty.
Nearby, Elgin Cathedral a ruined 13th century Gothic structure featuring towers, archways and reliefs. Situated close to the River Lossie amid beautiful grounds, the castle is a key element of Turriff cultural life and remains a source of pride for the local community.
Brodie Castle is a 16th century structure close to Turriff that was built by the Clan Brodie. With an extensive collection of art ranging from sculpture to painting to ceramics, this restored mansion is situated amid lush grounds and features some of the regions most beloved wildflowers.
Throughout the area, from Delgaty to Laithers, Floom’s Turriff flower delivery covers the whole community.