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Valentine's Day Flowers

Few things say romance more than a bunch of flowers. They have long been sent to special people as signs of our affections, and whether you’re sending them to your wife of 25 years or that friend you’ve always had a crush on, they're a time-honoured way to show someone how much they mean to you. 

Valentine’s Flower Delivery 

Valentine’s Day is the ultimate day of romance, and a gift of flowers will put a smile on anyone’s face. Don’t be left with last minute, limp bunches of flowers from your local shop however. Getting fresh flowers delivered is the best way to ensure your loved one gets the flowers they deserve. Not only do you get more choice online than in the shops, but you can have them delivered straight to your recipient - even at their place of work. This is perfect for when Valentine’s Day falls on a weekday, and is the ultimate romantic gesture - who doesn’t love a surprise bunch of glorious flowers? You can also double up the romance by sending a gift as well, whether this is a little photo of the both of you or a bottle of their favourite bubbly. Getting Valentine’s flowers delivered is the best way to make sure they put a smile on someone’s face. 

A Single Red Rose? 

From the sending of a single rose to a dozen blooms, Valentine’s flowers can say so much more than a simple “I love you”. For example, red roses symbolise a passionate love filled with powerful emotion while white roses symbolise purity and signify a love that is everlasting and unconditional. Yellow and orange roses are colours of admiration and fascination so buy these to let someone know how much they captivate you. Did you also know that the number of roses you send can have certain meanings? A single rose means ‘love at first sight’ - an instant connection that lingers long after it’s passed. A dozen roses symbolises a deeper love, one that lasts all year round. Twelve red roses for twelve months of the year!

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Other Flowers 

When it comes to popular Valentine’s flowers, roses aren’t the only option. Sending bouquets of other flowers or mixed blooms are original takes on tradition. Here's some of our favourite alternatives:

As one of the first flowers of spring, they represent new beginnings and are perfect for fledgeling relationships and new love. 


As they're potted, Orchids last much longer than a cut bouquet and symbolise a love that is long-lasting. These make one of a kind gifts that last long after Valentine’s Day is over. 


Brightening up the dark days of winter, sunflowers represent warmth and happiness. Give these to lift spirits and brighten their day.



Whilst fresh flowers scream ultimate romance, they have the unfortunate habit of wilting and having to be thrown out - especially without regular upkeep. Artificial flowers are a perfect alternative to wooing your special someone and will last for years to come as a statement of your undying love. Shop our full collection of artificial flowers or find the perfect vase to present your fresh bouquet in here.

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