London Flower Delivery

London is a city known for its beautiful parks and gardens, and its innovative and ground breaking flower shows. So if you've visited the city, why not take some of that beauty and innovation home with you, or give it as a gift to a friend or loved one by ordering flowers online with Arena Flowers?

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Rose and Freesia

£34.98
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Fairtrade Rainbow Bouquet

£29.99
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Sweetest Spring Bouquet

£29.99
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Spring Vase

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Bright Spring

£37.98
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Vida Loca

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Vintage Rose

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24 Fairtrade Yellow Roses

£35.99
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24 Fairtrade White Roses

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A Dozen Burgundy Roses

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Purity

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Avalanche Roses & Lisianthus

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Organic Agapanthus Bouquet

£44.99
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Luxury Rose & Lilac Bouquet

£59.98
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Premium Rose Bouquet

£99.98
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With a bespoke service you can prescribe your exact specifications whatever they are - from single flowers and small bouquets, to seasonal and celebratory pieces, you're sure to find something you like.
   
With our flower delivery you can have your chosen bouquet delivered to your recipient's door, with a tasteful card letting them know who it's from. Ordering flowers doesn't have to be difficult, so why not order your next bouquet online?

Hyde ParkFlower events in London

As the capital city of England and one of the major cities of the world, London is home to a whole host of flower shows, events, competitions and festivals throughout the year. Aside from the more major events like the Chelsea Flower Show, there are also a number of independent, specialist and niche events packing out the flower calendar each year.

 

The Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show

Kensington Palace GardenThe Chelsea Flower Show is surely the United Kingdom's most prestigious, renowned and attended flower events. With over five hundred exhibitors and running since 1913, the show attracts the best in flower and garden design and floristry. Highlights from this years' show included No Man’s Land: ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Garden, which won a gold medal commemorating the centenary of World War One. It really is the definitive show in the city's flower calendar.

Chelsea Fringe

Not to be overshadowed by its mainstream parent show, the Chelsea Fringe has grown in strength and popularity in its short existence. Now in only its second year, the show is attracting a different kind of visitor from the main event - with pop-up vegetable stalls, interactive flower art displays, and musical gardening events, it showcases the extent to which flower and garden design can be used to inspire and stimulate debate.

Gardens and flower areas of interest in London

Whilst being famous for industry, finance and fashion, London has also gained recognition for its multitude of stunning gardens, parks and flower centres. From world famous and government spaces like Kew Gardens and Hampstead Heath, London is also home to a vast number of secret gardens, city parks and green spaces which all showcase the cities obsession with all things flower and garden related.

Kew GardensBarbican Conservatory

The Barbican Conservatory is one for the specialist. With over 2,500 species of exotic and rare plants, trees and flowers, it showcases the best London has to offer in terms of variety and technical skills. Tended by a team of specialist gardeners and botanists, this conservatory is part of the main complex, which also includes an art centre, cinema, concert venue and housing development. Located on the edge of the City of London, it offers visitors a chance to relax and unwind around some of the rarest and most obscure flowers in the city, against the backdrop of the bustling financial district.

City ParksRichmond Park

Aside from the major gardens, throughout the city you will find a number of public parks and gardens to enjoy, most of them open to the public for free all year round. As well as larger parks like Regents Park and Hyde Park, which are home to a vast array of different flowers, trees and plants, there are also many secret gardens dotted throughout the city, which can provide a more personal flower experience. For example, you could take refuge amongst the flowers in St. Dunstans-in-the-East or Postman's Park in the City of London, or take in the breathtaking city views from Parliament Hill on Hampstead Heath. There is also abundance of woodland areas too, in Richmond Park and Highgate Woods, for example.

There are plenty of parks and gardens to see in London, so if you don't have time to visit them all, why not order flowers online and bring a bit of the city into your home or into the home of a loved one, friend or family member? Flower delivery means that your chosen bouquet will be delivered directly to the recipient's door, and you can choose anything from single flowers to larger, more complex pieces. Give someone else the chance to see the real beauty of flowers in their own home, and order flowers online today.

Did you know that for London deliveries:
  • - most common recipient name is Sarah
  • - average order value is £38.60
  • - most popular bouquet is
  • - most popular variety is roses
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