- - most common recipient name is Christine
- - average order value is £36.83
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- - most popular variety is roses
There is nothing more wonderful than receiving a beautiful bunch of ‘blodeuo’ (that’s Welsh for ‘flowers’) on a special occasion. Arena Flowers has an incredible selection of online flowers to send as opulent celebrations, thoughtful condolences or for those just because moments.Read more
Receiving flowers to your door is a true sign that someone is thinking of you – and what could be more special. Arena Flowers local florist in Swansea delivers fresh flowers to the city centre and surrounding areas to the highest quality, ensuring satisfaction for you and the recipient. Whether it’s to show a loved one that you’re thinking about them in difficult circumstances, celebrating a birthday or anniversary, or perhaps letting them simply know that you love them, Arena Flowers flowers have beautiful blooms waiting for you.
Here at Arena Flowers, we have exceptional florists on hand to create the perfect bunch for you. However, why not get in on the action by taking one of the great flower arranging courses that Swansea has to offer. Gower College has great courses for beginners or visit the City and County of Swansea website for ‘Floral Art’ programmes, teaching you to combine artistic ability and imagination with craftsmanship to create fresh, dried and artificial flower masterpieces.
Flower enthusiasts can also take advantage of their passion in Swansea by joining one of the many gardening clubs on their doorsteps. Opening in 2014, The Village Gardeners in Newton already has a lively membership. Their social calendar includes talks on all aspects of gardening and lectures on people’s travels to other countries and gardens.
You only have to walk around the beautiful parks in Swansea to see that beautiful wildflowers pepper our land. However, many wildflowers are becoming increasingly rare due to the changing nature of our countryside. Why not help Swansea out by planting some of your own wildflowers. All you will need is a spot of land (as small or as large as you like), some wildflower seeds and a bit of patience. Do your research to see which wildflowers thrive in which conditions to make sure that yours stand out. Young gardeners will particularly enjoy watching the fruits of their labour blossom!
Top tip: Lay off the fertiliser: most wildflowers do better without it.
Swansea has top quality flowers displayed in various areas of outstanding natural beauty. Why not visit Clyne gardens this summer to see the award-winning Rhododendrons and Azaleas in full bloom.
Top tip: These flowers will be at their best earlier in summer so go in May or June to let them marvel you at their full potential.
These gardens contain approximately 2,000 different species of plants, so you’re bound to find something to inspire you for your next order from Arena Flowers.