Flower Deliverys.

13
Found 11th Dec 2008
Looking to get some flowers delivered to my girlfriends work next Thursday, wonder if anyone kner of any good sites Rep added

  1. Misc
  2. Flowers
12 Comments

Where you from?

never go via an online site, use a local florist as the majority do free delivery and offer fresh flower guarantees.........they are loads cheaper too

I normally use my local flower shop which is an Interflora dealer
Lots of them about

Original Poster

Im in London , South East and havent seen a flower shop for ages!

I agree with Holly100. I've used Tesco several times and the recipients have always been well pleased. The price has always been reasonable as well unlike Interflora who seem very expensive.

chralph;3728489

Im in London , South East and havent seen a flower shop for ages!



city-visitor.com/sou…tml

]http//ww…m=0

There is a few on yell you can try. Locals are always better. Wish my b/f sent me flowers it out 5 year anniversary today

choc1969;3728441

never go via an online site, use a local florist as the majority do free … never go via an online site, use a local florist as the majority do free delivery and offer fresh flower guarantees.........they are loads cheaper too



Always use local florist too... much nicer flowers and service. Don't want **** delivered to a girl ;-)

bunches.co.uk also on quidco and they send free choc' . There are also discount codes normally floating around. I was told abbout this company earlier in the year and have used them five times now great vale, fantastic service and my Mum , MIL and Sis have been so thrilled with the quality.

Hi, I used [COLOR="Purple"]Jane Packer[/COLOR] two days ago for flowers to be sent to my parents. Really unusual arrangements, got fab basket (like hat box)with roses for 35£ delivered. Mum rung to say best flowers ever had!!

John Lewis are really good quality and last for a long time

BTW, I used to use tesco and was pleased with them, but they no longer do flower deliveries
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text