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Elizabeth bouquet has the sense to brighten our day to start with a beautiful smile. Make our mood positive and share our happiness with other people around us.

Elizabeth

£45.99
The classic Valentine’s bouquet of twelve red roses is as popular as ever. These beautiful velvety red roses speaks love and devotion like no other flower can!

12 Red Roses

£59.99
A simple yet ultimately romantic bouquet for the love of your life this Valentine’s Day. Six gorgeous red roses hand tied with care and delivered with love.

6 Red Roses

£36.99
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English Garden bouquet tells a sweet message for all of the loving mothers who deserve our love for them.

English Garden

£43.99 £39.99
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Pearly White is a shining pearl bouquet with white lilies and roses.  It will surely shine and cheer you up and bring peace and happiness as we journey in life.

Pearly White

£36.99 £33.99
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Remy floral gift designed by our skilled florists. Perfect to give and make our beloved family and friends to be the happiest persons on earth.

Remy

£40.99 £37.99
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Jewel is a beautiful bouquet with the layers of the purple Jewel. It has an attractive scents make this bouquet lovable. The colour purple is very impressive in the overall beauty of this bouquet.

Jewel

£41.99 £38.99
Mayflower is a pleasing bouquet that has gradient and brave mixed colours of flowers. This precious bouquet is extraordinary when it comes to occasions.

Mayflower

£36.99
Azura flower bouquet is a mix of gorgeous golden and white flowers.. This pretty design of flowers can bring a cheer to anyone.

Azura

£37.99
Indulgence bouquet makes the rest of our day very romantic and loving. It boosts our self-esteem by its beauty that reflects unto us.

Indulgence

£94.99

London City Florist Flowers by Occasion

London City Florist provides extraordinary and notable floral arrangements perfect for every occasion. Our collections of flower bouquets, floral arrangements, and designs are available for same-day and next-day delivery for the special people in your heart. With our different flower varieties that are used to fit any occasion, you will never run out of choices for gifting options to complement your sincerest affections.

London City Florist provides extraordinary and notable floral arrangements perfect for every occasion. Our collections of flower bouquets, floral arrangements, and designs are available for same-day and next-day delivery for the special people in your heart. With our different flower varieties that are used to fit any occasion, you will never run out of choices for gifting options to complement your sincerest affections.

About London City Florists

           London City Florist is based in Rotherhithe. Rotherhithe is a quaint residential district in south-east London. Our flower shop is near the beautiful iconic Tower Bridge and the glorious river Thames.

           Our team of creative florists is headed by our London City Florist. We are composed of a team of highly trained and professional florists who are passionate about floral designs. It is our dream to create beautiful floral designs and arrangements as gifts and compliments to any occasion.

           Our motto is “we aim to please.” We hope that you love our floral bouquet creations as much as we love creating them. We assure you that all our products are handcrafted. We always yearn for customers’ love for our floral bouquet creations, in the same way as we loved creating them. 

           London City Florist has a variety of flowers for all occasions. Shopping for high-quality floral designs and arrangements as gifts is very simple. You can get them from our store or website. We make sure to provide hassle-free options of giving loved one’s lovely surprises with their summer, spring, autumn and winter floral arrangements.

           There are also unique arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries, or congratulatory gifts anytime, anywhere. We also make ourselves available to deliver even during busy seasons, like Christmas, Valentine’s, Mother’s Day and the wedding season. A variety of blooms are available in-store such as roses, gerberas, lilies, carnations, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, freesias and even orchids. These are all available as gifts or luxury event decors and are guaranteed fresh and of high quality.

           You can be sure we only provide the highest quality of flowers and blooms. We will deliver them to you by hand coupled with a smile on our faces.

           For wedding events, we have our professional florists to assist you to make this occasion more special. Click here to browse and get inspired by our wedding flower.

           You may visit our store located in Rotherhithe, London, SE16 7JQ.

           Feel free to contact us for inquiries, comments and suggestions. Reach us at 020 8037 7171 or email us via contact@londoncityflorist.co.uk

           London City Florist is based in Rotherhithe. Rotherhithe is a quaint residential district in south-east London. Our flower shop is near the beautiful iconic Tower Bridge and the glorious river Thames.

           Our team of creative florists is headed by our London City Florist. We are composed of a team of highly trained and professional florists who are passionate about floral designs. It is our dream to create beautiful floral designs and arrangements as gifts and compliments to any occasion.

           Our motto is “we aim to please.” We hope that you love our floral bouquet creations as much as we love creating them. We assure you that all our products are handcrafted. We always yearn for customers’ love for our floral bouquet creations, in the same way as we loved creating them. 

           London City Florist has a variety of flowers for all occasions. Shopping for high-quality floral designs and arrangements as gifts is very simple. You can get them from our store or website. We make sure to provide hassle-free options of giving loved one’s lovely surprises with their summer, spring, autumn and winter floral arrangements.

           There are also unique arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries, or congratulatory gifts anytime, anywhere. We also make ourselves available to deliver even during busy seasons, like Christmas, Valentine’s, Mother’s Day and the wedding season. A variety of blooms are available in-store such as roses, gerberas, lilies, carnations, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, freesias and even orchids. These are all available as gifts or luxury event decors and are guaranteed fresh and of high quality.

           You can be sure we only provide the highest quality of flowers and blooms. We will deliver them to you by hand coupled with a smile on our faces.

           For wedding events, we have our professional florists to assist you to make this occasion more special. Click here to browse and get inspired by our wedding flower.

           You may visit our store located in Rotherhithe, London, SE16 7JQ.

           Feel free to contact us for inquiries, comments and suggestions. Reach us at 020 8037 7171 or email us via contact@londoncityflorist.co.uk

A Little History Of London City Florists

         London is a place that barely needs description. It is one of the most famous cities in the world, with a long history and a longer list of famous sons and daughters. As everyone knows it is the capital, and largest, city of the United Kingdom. Presently it is a modern, bustling, multi-cultural city that leads the UK in numerous areas including sports, entertainment, industry and it is a prime example of how to develop a city whilst retaining links to the natural world. London is home to over 3000 parks, which have been designated by boroughs as ‘public open spaces’ and together they cover almost 18% of London. More than the area covered by roads and railways combined.

Naturally, London is also home to many world-famous parks such as St. James’s Park, Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and Crystal Palace Park to name a few, and every visitor and resident has their own personal favourite. Each one is unique and has plenty of surprises in store for the curious visitor. For instance, Crystal Palace Park was created to relocate the original Crystal Palace which was built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition in 1851. The Crystal Palace was designed by the world-renowned Joseph Paxton, as a representation of modern architecture and industry that developed during the Industrial Revolution. The structure was three times the size of St. Paul’s Cathedral! Unfortunately, it was destroyed in a fire in 1936 but large areas of the city still bear its name. Not all parks were designed to reflect the rise of industry, however, and London is home to more than a few gardens which helped cement the appeal of the natural world in the nation’s psyche.

Chief amongst these is undoubtedly Kew Gardens, and its governing body the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Located in southwest London, Kew was founded in 1840 and its living collections include more than 25,000 taxa curated by Royal Botanic gardens, Kew, whilst the herbarium, which is one of the world’s largest, has over 8.5 million plant and fungal specimens. In keeping with London’s status as a modern and connected city, Kew has collaborated with the Missouri Botanical gardens, and other international bodies to create The Plant List. This is an internet encyclopedia project which was launched in 2010 to compile a comprehensive list of botanical nomenclature. Not only is Kew Gardens one of London’s top tourist attractions it is also a World heritage site. The establishment of Kew Gardens would not have been possible had it not been for the Royal Horticultural Society, which was initially formed as the London Horticultural Society in 1802. A major player in establishing the London Horticultural Society was Joseph Banks, who did that and much more to further the cause of botany and horticulture in Britain and the world.

Joseph Banks was born in London in 1743 and died there in 1820. He was an explorer, naturalist and long-time president of the Royal Society. During his life he went on many an adventure and is renowned for furthering the cause of science whenever possible. He inherited a considerable fortune from his father in 1761 and he did not waste the opportunity presented to him. He used his wealth to travel extensively, collecting plant and natural history specimens on journeys to Newfoundland and Labrador in 1766, circumnavigating the globe with Captain James Cook 1768-71, and even to Iceland in 1772.

The Royal Horticultural Society promotes horticulture via numerous gardens and flower shows, including Chelsea Flower Show and Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, community gardens, Britain in Bloom and a range of educational programmes. It also supports professional and amateur gardeners to the benefit and enrichment of all.

Things our Customers Say

Jazzyjfe Maize

2 days ago

Friendly staff. Can order online and have delivery same day depending on time of day. Floral arrangements done here for funeral, birthday, wedding etc. Select what ever you like and they can make it up for you.

Muff Blackburne

4 months ago

Ordered flowers (from NZ) for my daughter’s birthday in London. Wow, so impressed with them. Ordered large bouquet and it is huge..well worth the money. My daughter said ‘they smell AMAZING’😊. Thank you so much

Patricia Barnes

3 weeks ago

Always beautiful flowers and extremely helpful. Collected Funeral flowers last week.and was so pleased with them. Highly recommend this local florist.

Tina Sawyer

a week ago

Best Florist in London! My family have used London City Flowers for many years now for Funeral Flowers. Debbie and her team are brilliant. Albins funeral directors recommended them to us and we wouldn’t go anywhere else now.

      London is a place that barely needs description. It is one of the most famous cities in the world, with a long history and a longer list of famous sons and daughters. As everyone knows it is the capital, and largest, city of the United Kingdom. Presently it is a modern, bustling, multi-cultural city that leads the UK in numerous areas including sports, entertainment, industry and it is a prime example of how to develop a city whilst retaining links to the natural world. London is home to over 3000 parks, which have been designated by boroughs as ‘public open spaces’ and together they cover almost 18% of London. More than the area covered by roads and railways combined.

Naturally, London is also home to many world-famous parks such as St. James’s Park, Hyde Park, Regent’s Park and Crystal Palace Park to name a few, and every visitor and resident has their own personal favourite. Each one is unique and has plenty of surprises in store for the curious visitor. For instance, Crystal Palace Park was created to relocate the original Crystal Palace which was built in Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition in 1851. The Crystal Palace was designed by the world-renowned Joseph Paxton, as a representation of modern architecture and industry that developed during the Industrial Revolution. The structure was three times the size of St. Paul’s Cathedral! Unfortunately, it was destroyed in a fire in 1936 but large areas of the city still bear its name. Not all parks were designed to reflect the rise of industry, however, and London is home to more than a few gardens which helped cement the appeal of the natural world in the nation’s psyche.

Chief amongst these is undoubtedly Kew Gardens, and its governing body the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Located in southwest London, Kew was founded in 1840 and its living collections include more than 25,000 taxa curated by Royal Botanic gardens, Kew, whilst the herbarium, which is one of the world’s largest, has over 8.5 million plant and fungal specimens. In keeping with London’s status as a modern and connected city, Kew has collaborated with the Missouri Botanical gardens, and other international bodies to create The Plant List. This is an internet encyclopedia project which was launched in 2010 to compile a comprehensive list of botanical nomenclature. Not only is Kew Gardens one of London’s top tourist attractions it is also a World heritage site. The establishment of Kew Gardens would not have been possible had it not been for the Royal Horticultural Society, which was initially formed as the London Horticultural Society in 1802. A major player in establishing the London Horticultural Society was Joseph Banks, who did that and much more to further the cause of botany and horticulture in Britain and the world.

Joseph Banks was born in London in 1743 and died there in 1820. He was an explorer, naturalist and long-time president of the Royal Society. During his life he went on many an adventure and is renowned for furthering the cause of science whenever possible. He inherited a considerable fortune from his father in 1761 and he did not waste the opportunity presented to him. He used his wealth to travel extensively, collecting plant and natural history specimens on journeys to Newfoundland and Labrador in 1766, circumnavigating the globe with Captain James Cook 1768-71, and even to Iceland in 1772.

The Royal Horticultural Society promotes horticulture via numerous gardens and flower shows, including Chelsea Flower Show and Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, community gardens, Britain in Bloom and a range of educational programmes. It also supports professional and amateur gardeners to the benefit and enrichment of all.

Things our Customers Say

Jazzyjfe Maize
5/5

2 days ago

 
 
Friendly staff. Can order online and have delivery same day depending on time of day. Floral arrangements done here for funeral, birthday, wedding etc. Select what ever you like and they can make it up for you.
Patricia Barnes
5/5

3 weeks ago

 
 
Always beautiful flowers and extremely helpful. Collected Funeral flowers last week.and was so pleased with them. Highly recommend this local florist.
Muff Blackburne

4 months ago

 
 
Ordered flowers (from NZ) for my daughter’s birthday in London. Wow, so impressed with them. Ordered large bouquet and it is huge..well worth the money. My daughter said ‘they smell AMAZING’😊. Thank you so much
Tina Sawyer

a week ago

 
 
Best Florist in London! My family have used London City Flowers for many years now for Funeral Flowers. Debbie and her team are brilliant. Albins funeral directors recommended them to us and we wouldn’t go anywhere else now.

We Promise

High Quality Fresh Flowers

London City Florist has been in the flower industry for many years now. We promise our customers and clients that we only use top-notch flowers and gifts for all occasions. Our achievements as an award-winning flower shop are proof that our products are guaranteed to be of high quality. Since our products are handcrafted by skilled professionals, we promise that our blooms are taken care of and will come to you in one piece.

We promise that our blooms last for a week with proper care. For ideas on how to improve the life span of your flowers and how to take good care of them, take a peek into our Flower Magazine on our homepage. 

Striking Floral Designs

With London City Florist’s years of astounding experience in the flower industry, our team of talented florists mastered the art of flower designs. We promise our valued customers that our creations are beyond magnificent for your satisfaction. We promise you that what you see in the photos of our stunning floral designs is what you will be getting when you order from us.

High Quality Fresh Flowers

London City Florist has been in the flower industry for many years now. We promise our customers and clients that we only use top-notch flowers and gifts for all occasions. Our achievements as an award-winning flower shop are proof that our products are guaranteed to be of high quality. Since our products are handcrafted by skilled professionals, we promise that our blooms are taken care of and will come to you in one piece.

We promise that our blooms last for a week with proper care. For ideas on how to improve the life span of your flowers and how to take good care of them, take a peek into our Flower Magazine on our homepage.

 

Striking Floral Designs

With London City Florist’s years of astounding experience in the flower industry, our team of talented florists mastered the art of flower designs. We promise our valued customers that our creations are beyond magnificent for your satisfaction. We promise you that what you see in the photos of our stunning floral designs is what you will be getting when you order from us.

Passion For Flowers

Flower Academy

Flower Magazine Logo

See our London City Florist Flower Magazine for easy flower care tips on how to make your special blooms have a longer shelf life . Flowers don’t last forever but you can help them live longer with the care tips on our Flower Magazine. Moreover, you can help decorate your home when you maintain the life of your bouquets. With special attention and care, you are sure to make your blooms last longer than a week.

Care Tips

Care Tips Logo

Do you know how to take care of your flowers after purchasing them? If you don’t, then don’t worry. London City Florist have a list of care tips that you can easily follow. Our Care Tips are here to guide you on how to lengthen the life of your floral arrangements. To make your bouquet last for a week, read our simple guide on flower Care Tips. 

Flower Academy

Flower Magazine Logo
See our London City Florist Flower Magazine for easy flower care tips on how to make your special blooms have a longer shelf life . Flowers don’t last forever but you can help them live longer with the care tips on our Flower Magazine. Moreover, you can help decorate your home when you maintain the life of your bouquets. With special attention and care, you are sure to make your blooms last longer than a week.
 
 
 

Care Tips

Care Tips Logo
Do you know how to take care of your flowers after purchasing them? If you don’t, then don’t worry. London City Florist have a list of care tips that you can easily follow. Our Care Tips are here to guide you on how to lengthen the life of your floral arrangements. To make your bouquet last for a week, read our simple guide on flower Care Tips.

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