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Online Flowers - who's the best?

LazyDonkey Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
I've used Interflora in the past, but never been that impressed.

So was going to try:-

John Lewis
or M&S.

Has anyone used any of the above, or can recommend any?
Many thanks
LazyDonkey Avatar
6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago

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Used John Lewis for my sister once and she was very impressed, came with chocolates and 1/2 bottle of champagne also though!

Flowers & Chocolates £23

Edited By: alexandercooper on Nov 05, 2010 11:34: .
I've used these and they were good
Used both John Lewis and Marks and Spencers, impressed with both. Tried Next but not as impressed.

Have had THIS sort of thing from M&S and they last forever (LOL, well we still got one going from 18months ago anyway and hardly ever watered!)

Have had flowers from M&S and John Lewis and they last a while, look great when they arrive and usually have some open and some closed so they continue to look good as some die off and the new ones open. People have been really impressed with them
I've now used eFlorist six times. Every time the flowers were gorgeous. I got a friend this one - and she took a photo for me on her mobile. The flowers she got were even nicer than the photo. You get a huge 15% Quidco back too.

I received a Flowercard from from my mum on my birthday and it was... terrible. I had the wrong insert of flowers for the card, and the little spray of flowers had been really badly positioned in the container, so they just looked crap. It wasnt even the correct orchid that it should have been They weren't very happy when I phoned and complained, as it wasn't me that had paid for the card, but they do have a "no quibble" policy so they refunded my mum. I was embarrassed to tell my mum, but felt I should, as Im sure some of these flower companies rely on the fact that you won't complain if you've received the flowers as a gift. Anyhoo, don't use them, rip off. Even the card they come in is cheap and nasty looking.

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