Fabulous florists in the City of London

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If you’re after the best bouquet in the Square Mile, you’ve come to the right place. Spoil your sweetheart with fresh cuttings from one of the best florists in the City of London.

No matter the occasion, flowers are always a good way of showing someone how much you care about them – and that includes buying a bouquet for yourself!

Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary or just want to make a regular day feel special, the best florists in the City of London have you covered. Check out our most-favoured florists in the Square Mile.

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Bobby’s Flowers

Bobby’s Flowers

Bobby’s Flowers is based between St. Paul’s and Bank in Bow Church Yard St. Mary le Bow, making it one of the most scenic places to pick up your next bouquet. This sweet florist in the City of London offers weekly flower vases for the office and hand tied bouquets. You can also get your arrangements made to order – and there’s a same-day delivery service, too. We’ve got our eyes on the Morning Grace, which comes with a collection of seasonal pink and white flowers in a pretty vase from £45.
St Mary Le Bow Church Cheapside EC2V 6AU
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Grace & Thorn

If you love unusual floral arrangements, Grace & Thorn is the perfect spot to pick up your next bouquet. This quirky florist uses an off-beat approach to floral arranging and is bursting with fresh and dried flowers to love. Just a little ways into Hoxton, the florist is also home to houseplants, pots and lifestyle products if you’re looking for a longer-lasting gift. Each of the arrangements at Grace & Thorn is bespoke, so no two bouquets look alike. The “Hot Mess” arrangement is a £65 mix of fiery flowers and can be purchased with or without a pickle jar vase. Who knew a hot mess could look so elegant?
312 Hackney Road E2 7SJ
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Longmans

Longmans

One of the best parts of shopping in the City of London is the incredible history to be discovered. Established in 1896, Longmans has been creating bouquets for the City of London ever since. The team will make you a bespoke bouquet if you’re after something truly unique, or you can go for one of the seasonal bunches. The Pink Radiance bouquet starts at £40 and includes pink Oriental lilies, pink large-headed roses, pink spray roses, pink lisianthus and white ammi. Each bouquet is hand-tied with eucalyptus and salal, and if you want to take your gift to the next level, there are luxury wine and champagne gift baskets with flowers, chocolates and drinks, too. That’s your next anniversary sorted.
26 Goswell Road EC1M 7AA
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Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel

Head to Mare Street Market on the edge of the Square Mile and you’ll find Rebel Rebel: a small but mighty florist in the City of London. The shop buys flowers and foliage from local growers at New Covent Garden Flower Market: meaning fresh cuttings for each bouquet. The shop also hosts flower arranging classes, which might be the perfect idea for your next date, too. The Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! bouquet doesn’t come with a man after midnight, but it does include a mix of roses, ranunculus, anemones, spider blooms, asclepias, snapdragons and silvery foliage.
117 Mare Street E8 4RU
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Windsor Flowers

Windsor Flowers

Nothing brightens up a room like a stunning bouquet. Windsor Flowers has been one of the top florists in the City of London since 1982 and can be found in Leadenhall Market. This florist is a family-run business that serves up beautiful bouquets, plants, decadent gifts and vases. Plump for the Clement’s Lane arrangement, which starts at £30 and includes loads of fragrant lilies to make your space look and smell gorgeous. Delivery is available in central London, and bouquets are hand-delivered by courier to make sure they arrive in pristine condition. Sounds like a lovely surprise.
74 Leadenhall Market EC3V 1LR
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