Spoil someone with a bouquet from one of the City’s best flower shops.
Quite possibly one of the most-versatile gifts you could give, a bouquet of flowers is a beautiful present whatever the occasion.
Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, anniversary or, most-importantly, Mother’s Day, there’s a carefully crafted bunch for you to give, as well as receive!
Roses, tulips or dahlias, the City of London has exquisite blossoms to wow a loved one in abundance. Check out our most-favoured florists in the Square Mile.
Grace & Thorn
A hop, skip and a jump into Hoxton and you’ll find the upmarket Grace & Thorn. Using a self-proclaimed off-beat approach to floral arranging, the Hackney store packs a fragrant punch as you enter. Bursting with fresh and dried flowers, the florist is also home to houseplants, pots and lifestyle products – perfect to gift alongside a bouquet. Treat a lover to Wild Horses. The contemporary bunch comes in at £95, but is certainly worth it. Awash with 70s tones and splashes of blue the floral bunch is a showstopper and will not disappoint. Check out the florists’ socials to see what seasonal trends there are on offer.
Established in 1896, the florists has been a go-to for everything flower related in the City of London ever since. The small, yet incredibly creative team, are available on-site to style bespoke bouquets if you are looking for something different and unique. However, the florist’s seasonal bunches are stunning and perfect if you are stuck for ideas. Purchase a Flamingo Frills bouquet for £40. The bunch includes lilies, pink roses, pink lisianthus and white ammi. Plus, the flowers are hand-tied with eucalyptus and salal. Not only does it look gorgeous, but we know it’s going to smell incredible, too.
You’ll find the florists in London’s hip Mare Street Market on the edge of the Square Mile. What’s more, the shop near Broadway Market holds classes for those looking to up their flower arranging game. The small but mighty shop buy all the flowers and foliage daily from local growers at New Covent Garden Flower Market. So there are no limp lilies or tired tulips in sight. Splash out on the beautiful Dance me to the End of Love. A mix of roses, ranunculus, anemones, lilac tuberose, hellebore and clove carnations held together with wild desert yearning and prunus blossom. The billowy bunch will leave you or your gift receiver grinning all day. Just think of the scent!
The notorious Windsor Flowers has been based in the heart of the City of London since 1982. Found in Leadenhall Market, the family-run business is renowned for its beautiful arrangements and relationships with clients. Surprise a friend with a Holborn which starts at £30. The bouquet is inspired by the countryside. A combination of roses, spray roses, lisianthus, thistles, veronicas, tulips, astrantias, as well as berries and mixed foliage. The bright bunch will wow even your most green-fingered friend.