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9 Super-Reliable Places To Order Flowers Online

Flowers make everyone's day better.

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1. Bloom and Wild

bloomandwild.com

Bloom and Wild are my absolute favourite when it comes to flowers. I've used them countless times and I've never had a bad experience. They deliver to the UK and Ireland, the blooms last for ages and they're designed to fit through a letterbox. This means that if you're not in to accept the delivery then you don't need to go to the post office depot the next day and can enjoy your flowers immediately.

Prices start at £20. Order them here.

5. Appleyard Flowers

appleyardflowers.com

If you have a little more money to spend, Appleyard Flowers are impossibly chic. Like this "Cherry Bakewell" bouquet (£27) with pink oriental lilies, cerise roses, blue veronica and white alstroemeria.

Prices start at £26. Order them here.

6. Flying Flowers

flyingflowers.co.uk

This site has a nifty section for further-away deliveries, called the Highland Collection. It means that despite the slings and arrows of the postal service, the flowers will still be long-lasting when they arrive.

Prices start at £14.99, Order them here.

7. Sprout London

sproutlondon.co.uk

If you'd like something a little different, Sprout specialize in house plants by post. Think cacti, succulents and monstera obliqua. As a bonus, Sprout is a small business, so they can be flexible with delivery options if you need to get something sent double-quick.

Prices start at £15. Order them here.

9. Wiggly Wrigglers

wigglywigglers.co.uk

If you're keen on knowing exactly where your flowers are from, then Wiggy Wrigglers could be for you. They're focused on using British flowers (as opposed to ones grown overseas), and everything's run from their farm in Herefordshire. They can be flexible with overseas delivery too, if you ask nicely.

Prices start at £30. Order them here.

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