Sending flowers this Valentine’s Day? Here are the best flower delivery companies across the UK, that can help you make someone feel very special.


At FLOWERBX, the mission is to deliver beauty and happiness through flowers. They deliver cut to order, premium quality flowers that are fresher longer with zero flower waste.

FLOWERBX Avalanche roses

Discover the full FLOWERBX flower collection online, a curation of the season’s most delightful flowers, sourced directly from the growers. Plus, the company offers free delivery and gift wrapping on all orders. For the ultimate floral style statement, pair your bunch of flowers with an elegant, hand-blown jar glass Apothecary vase, a Royal Windsor vase or the Bailey Bud Vase Collection, made up of 5 hand-blown bud vases to create a delicate flower arrangement. 

2. Bunches

Bunches flowers

Bunches motto is ‘we deliver happiness’. This fantastic flower delivery company is run by a family who believe that business can and should have a positive impact. Hence Bunches doesn’t exist simply to create profits, but also aims to make a difference to people and to our world. It is doing so by giving a minimum of 10% of profits to working with the poor in the UK and in the developing world. Plus, they ensure that all their staff members are trained to Bunches’ high standards, from the production team who are responsible for packing and quality-checking your flowers, to the friendly customer support team who are there to answer any questions you may have. They’re all an integral part of the Bunches family! We love their hand-tied bouquets and ability to receive their flowers through the letterbox. 

3. Grace & Thorn

Rule breaking florist Grace & Thorn is renowned for off-beat approach to floral and plant styling. They have a flagship store in Hackney full of wonderful fresh and dried flowers, houseplants, pots and a wonderful range of lifestyle products! What they offer is a small and large scale events service, online and in-store bespoke bouquets, workshops and weddings flowers.


4. Bloom & Wild

Bloom & Wild design every bouquet using seasonal and special stems you wouldn’t find in the supermarket. Carefully hand-packed and sent in bud (so they last longer) in boxes that fit through the letterbox, the flowers are both beautiful and stylish. They’ll also come with styling tips to make flower arranging part of the fun!

Bloom & Wild bouquet

What’s more, their flowers are responsibly source and come from farms in Kenya, Europe and other countries. Wondering ‘why Kenya’? Yes, it may not be right on their doorstep. But the climate conditions and altitude there are perfect for growing flowers all-year round. This means the company uses much less energy heating greenhouses. And means they produce six times less CO2 than hothouses, (even with the air miles), which use a full range of chemicals, heating and sunlight-replacing lamps to grow flowers**. On top of that, it also creates employment opportunities with fair working conditions in the country.

5. Petalon

Petalon is a modern floristry delivery company. They deliver seasonal hand-tied bunches 7 days a week across the UK. They also do flower workshops, wedding and event floristry. Petalon’s bouquets are strikingly different, with each containing just one stem of many different flowers, so people can experience unusual flowers without having to spend a fortune. Petalon is an eco-friendly company as all of their bouquet prices include carbon neutral delivery, a donation to Bee Collective and for every 100 they send they will plant a tree in Britain. What’s not to love about Petalon!