Happiness Delivered

We are Amazon’s only supplier of Fresh Flowers on their exciting Amazon Fresh, and Amazon Prime Now platforms.

Amazon Fresh offers grocery delivery from various Brands and Retailers as well as specialties from local shops and markets. Our flowers can be included as part of your weekly shop with free delivery on all orders over £60. We carefully cut and package our flowers in a sturdy cardboard box, depending on which you choose some are in a letterbox friendly format that can be posted directly to you or your lucky recipient.

Amazon Prime Now is an exciting new way to get hold of anything you need whether it’s groceries, essentials, or luxuries with delivery available within an impressive 2 hours of placing an order. Fantastic for those last minute temptations or even something you’ve forgotten about! At the moment Prime Now delivery is available in 9 cities across the UK with free delivery on orders over £40.

How to Wake Your Flowers

Our flowers are kept chilled from the moment they are cut,
however, after their journey, they can look a little dehydrated & sleepy.

Display in 3 easy steps:

1.

Simply cut at least 2cm from each stem.

2.

Remove any leaves that will be below the waterline

3.

Place in a clean vase with plenty of fresh
water and watch them slowly wake up, enjoy!

How to Wake Your Flowers

Your flowers are fully fed, but sleepy when they arrive.

1.

Simply cut at least 2cm from each stem.

2.

Remove leaves from below the waterline.

3.

Place in a vase with plenty of fresh water.

4.

Watch them slowly wake up and enjoy.

First Impressions

We want everyone to love their flowers and enjoy them for as long as possible so for the ultimate impact cut their stems and put them in water, you will see within a few hours that first impressions can be deceiving!

We send our flowers in ‘bud form’, they will open after a drink of fresh water and you can enjoy them at their best for even longer. Possibly the most dramatic are Peonies and Daffodils.

Ever wonder why Tulips move so much!? The movement is known as “Heliotropism” which is the directional growth of a plant in response to sunlight, tulips are very reactive and you will notice that they have moved within hours of putting them in water.

Safety

They look absolutely beautiful but these flowers are not edible, Anthuriums, Ivy, Hyacinth, Tulips, Narcissi and Berried Ilex are harmful if eaten and may cause skin irritation. All parts of lilies are toxic to cats and can be harmful to other pets. Protect all surfaces from product and packaging as scratching and staining may occur. Flower food may stain if spilled.

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