Get the best flowers from the Aberdeen florist in George Street. Artemesia Floral Art is a part of The Flower Shops offering same day flower deliveryGet the best flowers from the Aberdeen florist in George Street. Artemesia Floral Art is a part of The Flower Shops offering same day flower delivery

ABERDEEN FLORIST BEST SELLERS

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

£49.99
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

£39.99
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Sweet Memories is a beautiful pink flower bouquet that you can give to someone special. Bring a smile to their face and brighten up their day with this bouquet with pink lilies and roses.

Sweet Memories

£43.99 £39.99
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

£37.99
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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

£44.99 £40.99
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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

£48.99 £44.99
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

£42.99
Azura flower bouquet is a mix of gorgeous golden and white flowers.. This pretty design of flowers can bring a cheer to anyone.

Azura

£45.99
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

£95.99

ABERDEEN FLORIST

Aberdeen is a city in Scotland with several beautiful parks and green spaces. Each park has its unique charm with facilities and features for all ages. The open and closed spaces allow visitors to enjoy hobbies, play or relax.

Aberdeen is known as the 'flower of the North' or the floral capital of Scotland. The city is popular across the world for its horticultural displays awarded locally and internationally. In total, there are 14 public parks and gardens including countryside parks, nature reserves, and trails. People also have access to the 3.000 acres of publicly owned woodlands.

Seaton Park is in the north of the city on the banks of River Don. At the park's south gates, visitors will see the fortified towers of St Machar's Cathedral which leads to the 'Cathedral walk' wherein spring and summer flower beds, rose beds and herbaceous borders create a magnificent sight. There is also a walled garden in the northeast corner up the hill. It is best visited in late spring when azaleas are in full bloom.

Seaton Park is a great place for Sunday strolls and photography. Families with children will enjoy the play area and tree-lined walks. Wide grass open spaces and manicured lawns are picnics and sport. The park also offers great wildlife watching opportunities.

Another wonderful green space in Aberdeen is Victoria Park. Named after Queen Victoria, the park aims to improve the quality of life in an urban setting. The park's central feature is a granite fountain that displays the quarried granite from the Aberdeen area.

On the backdrop, impressive big trees and beautifully tended flowerbeds in a variety of colours can be seen. The great lawns are suitable for picnics during a family day out. It is a peaceful and safe place great for some quiet time and relaxation. A visit is highly recommended to restore your spirit.

Johnston Gardens in Viewfield Road is one of Aberdeen's hidden gems. Unlike the first two parks, this one is on a smaller scale. It is a beautiful park with landscaped gardens with streams, ponds, waterfalls, rockeries and a picturesque bridge. 

The park comes alive in the spring and the summer when rhododendrons, spring bulbs, heathers and alpines blossom. Irises, aquatic plants, swans, mallard ducks and breeding moorhens can be found in the ponds. There is also a small waterfall which provides a refreshing sight during high temperatures. Birds such as robins and blackbirds can be spotted, too.

Sit on one of the benches to bask in the tranquillity and the views of the garden. Johnston Gardens is highly recommended to those who love to read outdoors or meditate with the sound of nature in the background.

At Polmuir Road, Duthie Park is loved by locals and visitors. The Band Stand, fountains and boating ponds are all restored Victorian features present in the park. The David Welch Winter Gardens is also a nice feature that houses a public indoor plant collection. It serves as an oasis away from the bustle of the city.

The Winter Gardens has one of the most visited plant collections in Scotland. It features subtropical desert plants, colourful and bright flowers and other exotic plant species. Beyond the botanical gardens is the extensive manicured lawns with trees and more flowers. Duthie Park has been awarded the Green Flag Park Awards in 2013. The award is granted to recognise the quality of green spaces. 

As for fresh flowers in Aberdeen, you can get them from the Aberdeen florist, Artemisia Floral Art. This local florist is part of The Flower Shops Network of florists that ensures your chosen flowers are delivered in perfect care and on time. 

Artemisia Floral Art will make the flower bouquet as it is in the picture and as priced. Our florist is proud to be serving the people of Aberdeen and ensures that your recipient will be delighted. All bouquets are hand-delivered in water and packaged with special care. We do not use couriers and so the recipient will receive fresh blooms, and the message card visible.

We know that you enjoy ordering flowers from an Aberdeen florist. We make the flower arrangements to suit customers of Aberdeen and put their wishes first. It is better to order flowers from a florist who knows the city and not an online factory in the south of England, with no shop, who sends flowers in a box across the country.

Aberdeen is a city in Scotland with several beautiful parks and green spaces. Each park has its unique charm with facilities and features for all ages. The open and closed spaces allow visitors to enjoy hobbies, play or relax.

Aberdeen is known as the 'flower of the North' or the floral capital of Scotland. The city is popular across the world for its horticultural displays awarded locally and internationally. In total, there are 14 public parks and gardens including countryside parks, nature reserves, and trails. People also have access to the 3.000 acres of publicly owned woodlands.

Seaton Park is in the north of the city on the banks of River Don. At the park's south gates, visitors will see the fortified towers of St Machar's Cathedral which leads to the 'Cathedral walk' wherein spring and summer flower beds, rose beds and herbaceous borders create a magnificent sight. There is also a walled garden in the northeast corner up the hill. It is best visited in late spring when azaleas are in full bloom.

Seaton Park is a great place for Sunday strolls and photography. Families with children will enjoy the play area and tree-lined walks. Wide grass open spaces and manicured lawns are picnics and sport. The park also offers great wildlife watching opportunities.

Another wonderful green space in Aberdeen is Victoria Park. Named after Queen Victoria, the park aims to improve the quality of life in an urban setting. The park's central feature is a granite fountain that displays the quarried granite from the Aberdeen area.

On the backdrop, impressive big trees and beautifully tended flowerbeds in a variety of colours can be seen. The great lawns are suitable for picnics during a family day out. It is a peaceful and safe place great for some quiet time and relaxation. A visit is highly recommended to restore your spirit.

Johnston Gardens in Viewfield Road is one of Aberdeen's hidden gems. Unlike the first two parks, this one is on a smaller scale. It is a beautiful park with landscaped gardens with streams, ponds, waterfalls, rockeries and a picturesque bridge. 

The park comes alive in the spring and the summer when rhododendrons, spring bulbs, heathers and alpines blossom. Irises, aquatic plants, swans, mallard ducks and breeding moorhens can be found in the ponds. There is also a small waterfall which provides a refreshing sight during high temperatures. Birds such as robins and blackbirds can be spotted, too.

Sit on one of the benches to bask in the tranquillity and the views of the garden. Johnston Gardens is highly recommended to those who love to read outdoors or meditate with the sound of nature in the background.

At Polmuir Road, Duthie Park is loved by locals and visitors. The Band Stand, fountains and boating ponds are all restored Victorian features present in the park. The David Welch Winter Gardens is also a nice feature that houses a public indoor plant collection. It serves as an oasis away from the bustle of the city.

The Winter Gardens has one of the most visited plant collections in Scotland. It features subtropical desert plants, colourful and bright flowers and other exotic plant species. Beyond the botanical gardens is the extensive manicured lawns with trees and more flowers. Duthie Park has been awarded the Green Flag Park Awards in 2013. The award is granted to recognise the quality of green spaces. 

As for fresh flowers in Aberdeen, you can get them from the Aberdeen florist, Artemisia Floral Art. This local florist is part of The Flower Shops Network of florists that ensures your chosen flowers are delivered in perfect care and on time. 

Artemisia Floral Art will make the flower bouquet as it is in the picture and as priced. Our florist is proud to be serving the people of Aberdeen and ensures that your recipient will be delighted. All bouquets are hand-delivered in water and packaged with special care. We do not use couriers and so the recipient will receive fresh blooms, and the message card visible.

We know that you enjoy ordering flowers from an Aberdeen florist. We make the flower arrangements to suit customers of Aberdeen and put their wishes first. It is better to order flowers from a florist who knows the city and not an online factory in the south of England, with no shop, who sends flowers in a box across the country.