Online Florists UK - Nationwide Flower Delivery
You can also have a look at other popular online florists in UK and learn more about their same day flower delivery through a local florist and next day flower delivery via shippers like Fedex and DHL.
You can look for features like Payment Methods, Shipping and Returns policy, Substitution policy, security and privacy, and customer support through phone, email and chat that are a must for any online florist.
To know more about this, read our article on 'how to select a good online florist for your flower delivery needs' and to know what flowers suit which occasion, do read our "flowers and occasion" section.
Other Online Florists for flower delivery in UK
Floriculture Industry in the UK
The English may invest more in indoor plants, but when it comes to gifts, cut-flowers are the most preferred choice. The sales of cut-flowers shoot up on popular celebrations like The Harvest Day (Thanksgiving Day), Mother's Day and Valentine's Day.
The UK grows a number of cut-flowers like daffodils, narcissi, tulips and sunflowers, but it is still not self-sufficient. The unavailability of growing land and its extreme cold climate restrains the growth of plants. The UK has to import plants from other countries, Holland being its major supplier of cut-flowers. The UK has to overcome these obstacles to satisfy the flower loving English population.
- Capital City: London
- Other Cities: Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Kirklees, Wirral, North Lanarkshire, Wakefield, Cardiff, Dudley, Wigan, East Riding, South Lanarkshire, Coventry, Belfast, Leicester, Sunderland, Sandwell, Doncaster, Stockport, Kingston-upon-Hull, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton, Brighton.