Lazy Flora is crowdfunding!

I'm delighted to announce that Lazy Flora will shortly be opening the doors to investment for the very first time. We'll be launching a crowdfunding campaign with Seedrs in early November.

This is your chance to own a piece of Lazy Flora by investing as little as £10, or as much as £25,000.

Sign up for early registration now (this link takes you to our page on Seedrs).

At Lazy Flora, our mission is to bring joy and happiness to people’s lives by making urban gardening super easy and hassle-free.

Since opening our doors in early 2018 we’ve discovered our niche, listened hard to you, our customers, and achieved impressive sales.

  • We've grown on average 40% month on month since launch
  • We’ve been awarded Best Buy by The Independent
  • We're rated ‘excellent’ on TrustPilot
  • Customers stay with us way longer than the average subscription box service

We’re raising investment so that we can take Lazy Flora to even more urban gardeners out there, continue to innovate with our beautiful plants, develop better personalisation for our customers, and invest in the team and a new warehouse so that we can fulfil all the growing demand we’re experiencing. It’s exciting! We’re taking this business big.

For those that invest in our business, not only do you have the opportunity to be part of our growth story and success as we scale, but there are also some great ‘green-fingered’ rewards that come as extras. And what’s really great about crowdfunding, is that you can invest as little as £10, which we love as it means all of our friends and customers have the chance to be part of Lazy Flora.

For me, Lazy Flora is the project of a lifetime. I’m grateful every day that I get to work on something that brings happiness to so many people, and which I care about so much. I can’t wait to show you what we can do next.

Lazy Flora Founder

Lazy Flora Founder Claire Ransom

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