Where to order flowers

The best no-contact flower deliveries in London and beyond:

Seasonal Bouquets by Kitten Grayson (delivery London Zones 1-4 on Fridays)

Seasonal bouquets from top florist, Kitten Grayson. Choose from 2 colours themes – Bacchus (above) is darker and Apollo is lighter. British blooms vary each week and each bouquet contains 25 stems tied with naturally-dyed ribbon and wrapped in thick paper. £60 with £5 from each order going to the NHS. Deliveries are made on Fridays.

Sweet peas from Fern Verrow at

Sweet Peas from Fern Verrow at Spring (delivery within 12 mile radius on Fridays)

British sweet peas grown at Fern Verrow, a biodynamic farm in Herefordshire can be ordered via Spring restaurant’s new online shop. Stock sells out in a flash – these sweet peas will go online on their site at 3pm today, 30 April so set a reminder if you want to order. Delivery within 12 miles of Spring restaurant takes place on Fridays between 12pm and 9pm.

Peonies from Flowerbx (National UK delivery Monday – Saturday)

Flowerbx specialise in luxy bouquets of single flowers. Their Peony Collection is now online with delivery nationwide. Pick the Pink Flamingo and watch as the flowers turn from coral pink to a very pale apricot over time – like magic. Subscriptions also available. From £45 for 10 stems.

Mixed Bouquets by Bunch London (Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich delivery on Fridays)

Mixed seasonal bouquets as chosen by florist, Anna (ex-Scarlet and Violet). Flowers change each week – expect good colours. £30 + £5 delivery to the following postcodes: SE2, SE3, SE7, SE9, SE10, SE18, SE28, SE4, SE6, SE8, SE12, SE13, SE14, SE23, SE26, SE1, SE5, SE15, SE16, SE17, SE21, SE22, SE24. Order by midnight Monday for delivery on Fridays between 9am and 6pm.

British Bundle from Yolly (Peckham, Camerberwell, Dulwich, Forest Hill with delivery on Friday or Saturday)

Bouquets and bundles of thoughtfully-sourced flowers. Choose from Scented Roses (which might include Lady Killer, a deep red scented rose, and the antique-y looking Caffe Latte), various seasonal bouquets and this, the British Seasonal Best which includes sweetpeas grown in Hampshire, a pale bluebell and lily of the valley grown in Cornwall, all highly scented. Delivery to SE23, SE22, SE26, SE21, SE5, SE24 only. £35 including delivery, stems can come loose or tied in a bouquet.

Kitchen Table Bouquets from Common Farm Flowers (UK, next-day delivery)

Flowers straight from a lovely eco-farm near Bruton in Somerset. What you’ll get depends what is picked each day – unlike imported flowers they are full of scent. Kitchen table bouquets £65, classic bouquet £85 and whole garden bouquet £120. The price includes next-day delivery to mainland UK.

E-bouquet by Kinship Press (instant delivery)

Email someone a virtual bouquet that flutters with bees or ladybirds. £3.50 with 20% of sales going to National Emergencies Trust.

 

— Daisy Allsup
28th April 2020