The Flower Shop is located in United Kingdom. Bristol Florist is a known United Kingdom Flower Shop offering fresh flower bouquets and arrangements. Order on before 1pm to enjoy same-day delivery.The Flower Shop is located in United Kingdom. Bristol Florist is a known United Kingdom Flower Shop offering fresh flower bouquets and arrangements. Order on before 1pm to enjoy same-day delivery.

BRISTOL 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

£56.99
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
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

£45.99 £42.99
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

£38.99
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

BRISTOL FLORIST

The flower culture of Bristol starts from its county flower. Since the 1600s, the flower Lychnis chalcedonica has been associated with the city and its people. It is now known as "Flower of Bristol" or the "Flower of Bristowe", but it is commonly the Nonesuch. It has various names, but its distinct appearance - an unforgettable shade of red - remains the same.

The brilliant scarlet flower was described  by the 16th-century people of Bristol as "without equal." Since that time, the flower has become the floral emblem of the city. It grows from early spring to mid-summer in the UK.

Bristol is known as a city in the countryside for its numerous parks and nature reserves. These parks have been awarded prizes while the city was given the European Green Capital Award to recognise its environmental record and dedication to a greener city.

Speaking of green, Brandon Hill is a splendid green island with panoramic views of the city and beyond. It is well-maintained with a lovely playground, lots of grass and woodland, and best visited when the weather is nice. Atop the hill is the famous Cabot Tower with narrow circular stairs worth the climb.

Around the tower is a simple tiered garden with water features. The garden is filled with small trees and perennials. There is a small pond where ducks and other wildlife are found. 

Bristol is also home to several botanic gardens. One of them is the gardens at Bristol Zoo which contains the UK's most important collection of plants. The collection includes unusual and rare species from moth orchids to purple-berried flax lily. Years of nurturing and horticultural excellence turned Bristol Zoo into an established 12 acres of beauty that is well worth visiting.

The University of Bristol also has a botanic garden. Located in Stoke Bishop, the garden has 4.500 species of plants on display. It has local and rare native flora, fruits, crops and other plants. 

For fresh flowers in Bristol, a local flower shop in Clifton Village offers floral products and flower delivery. This florist is Belle de Jour and founded by Kika Hedgecock. Kika is originally from France and has worked in Toulouse Flower Market while in university. 

Belle de Jour is known for supplying fresh flowers in Bristol and surrounding local areas. The flowers from this florist come with a water bag to keep them fresh. Unlike other online flower shops, Belle de Jour florists personally deliver flowers and not via couriers in boxes.

The Bristol florist offers traditional and modern floral displays, fashion items and even nature-inspired bouquets. Funeral arrangements and sympathy flowers are also available. For weddings and events, Kika is happy to create unique designs to match the client's wishes.

Kika is not alone in creating beautiful bouquets and arrangements for the people of Bristol. She has a squad of energetic and dedicated florists - Isabelle and Victoria - and a gardener, Mr. Perkins. She also has Timothy and Wayne, who drive around town to deliver flowers.

Bloom de Jour is a proud member of The Flower Shops, a network of local high street florists serving towns and cities all over the UK. The network believes in empowering florists and leaving customers happy and satisfied. As a member, the Bristol florist upholds the values of the network and offers fresh flowers specially designed for the customers.

When ordering flowers from a flower shop, it is best to buy from a local florist that knows the area. A local florist knows the city by heart and will offer same-day flower delivery. The florist can also send handmade floral products from a flower shop and not from a central location where bouquets are made by machines.

The flower culture of Bristol starts from its county flower. Since the 1600s, the flower Lychnis chalcedonica has been associated with the city and its people. It is now known as "Flower of Bristol" or the "Flower of Bristowe", but it is commonly the Nonesuch. It has various names, but its distinct appearance - an unforgettable shade of red - remains the same.

The brilliant scarlet flower was described  by the 16th-century people of Bristol as "without equal." Since that time, the flower has become the floral emblem of the city. It grows from early spring to mid-summer in the UK.

Bristol is known as a city in the countryside for its numerous parks and nature reserves. These parks have been awarded prizes while the city was given the European Green Capital Award to recognise its environmental record and dedication to a greener city.

Speaking of green, Brandon Hill is a splendid green island with panoramic views of the city and beyond. It is well-maintained with a lovely playground, lots of grass and woodland, and best visited when the weather is nice. Atop the hill is the famous Cabot Tower with narrow circular stairs worth the climb.

Around the tower is a simple tiered garden with water features. The garden is filled with small trees and perennials. There is a small pond where ducks and other wildlife are found. 

Bristol is also home to several botanic gardens. One of them is the gardens at Bristol Zoo which contains the UK's most important collection of plants. The collection includes unusual and rare species from moth orchids to purple-berried flax lily. Years of nurturing and horticultural excellence turned Bristol Zoo into an established 12 acres of beauty that is well worth visiting.

The University of Bristol also has a botanic garden. Located in Stoke Bishop, the garden has 4.500 species of plants on display. It has local and rare native flora, fruits, crops and other plants. 

For fresh flowers in Bristol, a local flower shop in Clifton Village offers floral products and flower delivery. This florist is Belle de Jour and founded by Kika Hedgecock. Kika is originally from France and has worked in Toulouse Flower Market while in university. 

Belle de Jour is known for supplying fresh flowers in Bristol and surrounding local areas. The flowers from this florist come with a water bag to keep them fresh. Unlike other online flower shops, Belle de Jour florists personally deliver flowers and not via couriers in boxes.

The Bristol florist offers traditional and modern floral displays, fashion items and even nature-inspired bouquets. Funeral arrangements and sympathy flowers are also available. For weddings and events, Kika is happy to create unique designs to match the client's wishes.

Kika is not alone in creating beautiful bouquets and arrangements for the people of Bristol. She has a squad of energetic and dedicated florists - Isabelle and Victoria - and a gardener, Mr. Perkins. She also has Timothy and Wayne, who drive around town to deliver flowers.

Bloom de Jour is a proud member of The Flower Shops, a network of local high street florists serving towns and cities all over the UK. The network believes in empowering florists and leaving customers happy and satisfied. As a member, the Bristol florist upholds the values of the network and offers fresh flowers specially designed for the customers.

When ordering flowers from a flower shop, it is best to buy from a local florist that knows the area. A local florist knows the city by heart and will offer same-day flower delivery. The florist can also send handmade floral products from a flower shop and not from a central location where bouquets are made by machines.