Get fresh flowers from a local florist in Durham, UK. The Flower Shops brings you same day flower delivery in the city of Durham. Bouquets and floral gifts are available.Get fresh flowers from a local florist in Durham, UK. The Flower Shops brings you same day flower delivery in the city of Durham. Bouquets and floral gifts are available.

DURHAM FLORIST BEST SELLERS

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Blazing Beauty glamorous flowers brights all the way to your home and gives more joy to the people around you.

Blazing Beauty

£39.99 £37.99
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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 £45.99
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Timeless Whites this simple but classical arrangement makes a lovely gift. Send this white combination to make every celebration more delightful.

Timeless Whites

£49.99 £45.99
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
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
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White roses can also symbolize a new beginning and everlasting love. Show your purest love to your partner this Valentine’s Day with this stunning bouquet.

12 White Roses

£58.99 £54.98
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

DURHAM FLORIST

Durham is made of two Old English words; "dun", meaning hill and "holme," the Norse word for island. A legend also contributes to the name of the county town, the tale of Dun Cow and the milkmaid. Supporting this legend is the saying the Dun Cow Land is one of the first streets in the original city.

Durham is also known for having stories with a religious background. It has been a sacred site as well as a defensive one. The town is on a hill and protected by a river on three sides. The placement and structure of Durham played a part in defence against the Scots invading English lands.

Years of friendly pilgrims in the city has given it a reputation for hospitality. The relaxed atmosphere and traffic-free streets allow locals and visitors to appreciate the city's beauty. The river adds to the picturesque scene.

Durham is also known for its coat of arms. The town crest features a white rose in the middle. Other than its coat of arms, there are parks, gardens and nature reserves that are part of Durham's flower culture.

Wharton Park at Princes Street is a beautiful community garden close to the city centre with easy access to Durham City train station. It has unrivalled views of the castle and cathedral. Have a pleasant and enjoyable time with its green spaces and outdoor games for children.

Children are sure to enjoy their time in the play park. There is a toddler play area that is separate from the larger kids' play area. There is also an outdoor gym with views of Durham cathedral. A basketball area is available, too.

A lovely little cafe with a selection of food and drinks is also part of the park. It has a range of sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, cakes and crisps. The stunning community garden is near the cafe and is filled with spring flowers. 

Wharton Park is accessible and wheelchair friendly. There are plenty of seats available for those who wish to take a break. Families will have a grand time in this park.

Meanwhile, South Road has a Botanic Garden. The garden features different themes, from a Japanese garden to natural woodland. The woodland is best visited in spring when daffodils and bluebells are in full bloom. Autumn is also a colourful time as the leaves of trees change their colour.

The Durham Botanic Garden is a lovely place with a bird hide to watch birds feeding, as well as glasshouses. The glasshouses serve as the desert and rainforest area, where a stunning collection of orchids are on display. There are also some creepy crawlies and exotic plants that are displayed behind glass.

A cafe with a shop stands at the entrance. Expect pleasant walks and a great time in this botanic garden. There are plenty of seats and a variety of trees, shrubs and plants to discover. Insects and fishes can be found in greenhouses.

Several boards educate visitors about the park. The nature trail is something to look forward to. An absolute hidden gem of Durham, the Botanic Garden is a magical world where you can get lost for a few hours.

Old Durham Gardens in Bent House Lane is known for its orchard trees. Maintained by volunteers, have picnics under the trees and admire the flower beds in this place. The gardens are nestled between the river and the woods, so it is very close to nature. Nature lovers will feel at home in this area.

Besides these places, there are Durham flower shops where flower lovers are very much welcome. Durham florists will deliver bouquets and flower arrangements anywhere in the city. Those looking for floral gifts are also welcome.

Feel free to contact a Durham florist from The Flower Shops for flowers and services such as same-day flower delivery and event styling.

Durham is made of two Old English words; "dun", meaning hill and "holme," the Norse word for island. A legend also contributes to the name of the county town, the tale of Dun Cow and the milkmaid. Supporting this legend is the saying the Dun Cow Land is one of the first streets in the original city.

Durham is also known for having stories with a religious background. It has been a sacred site as well as a defensive one. The town is on a hill and protected by a river on three sides. The placement and structure of Durham played a part in defence against the Scots invading English lands.

Years of friendly pilgrims in the city has given it a reputation for hospitality. The relaxed atmosphere and traffic-free streets allow locals and visitors to appreciate the city's beauty. The river adds to the picturesque scene.

Durham is also known for its coat of arms. The town crest features a white rose in the middle. Other than its coat of arms, there are parks, gardens and nature reserves that are part of Durham's flower culture.

Wharton Park at Princes Street is a beautiful community garden close to the city centre with easy access to Durham City train station. It has unrivalled views of the castle and cathedral. Have a pleasant and enjoyable time with its green spaces and outdoor games for children.

Children are sure to enjoy their time in the play park. There is a toddler play area that is separate from the larger kids' play area. There is also an outdoor gym with views of Durham cathedral. A basketball area is available, too.

A lovely little cafe with a selection of food and drinks is also part of the park. It has a range of sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, cakes and crisps. The stunning community garden is near the cafe and is filled with spring flowers. 

Wharton Park is accessible and wheelchair friendly. There are plenty of seats available for those who wish to take a break. Families will have a grand time in this park.

Meanwhile, South Road has a Botanic Garden. The garden features different themes, from a Japanese garden to natural woodland. The woodland is best visited in spring when daffodils and bluebells are in full bloom. Autumn is also a colourful time as the leaves of trees change their colour.

The Durham Botanic Garden is a lovely place with a bird hide to watch birds feeding, as well as glasshouses. The glasshouses serve as the desert and rainforest area, where a stunning collection of orchids are on display. There are also some creepy crawlies and exotic plants that are displayed behind glass.

A cafe with a shop stands at the entrance. Expect pleasant walks and a great time in this botanic garden. There are plenty of seats and a variety of trees, shrubs and plants to discover. Insects and fishes can be found in greenhouses.

Several boards educate visitors about the park. The nature trail is something to look forward to. An absolute hidden gem of Durham, the Botanic Garden is a magical world where you can get lost for a few hours.

Old Durham Gardens in Bent House Lane is known for its orchard trees. Maintained by volunteers, have picnics under the trees and admire the flower beds in this place. The gardens are nestled between the river and the woods, so it is very close to nature. Nature lovers will feel at home in this area.

Besides these places, there are Durham flower shops where flower lovers are very much welcome. Durham florists will deliver bouquets and flower arrangements anywhere in the city. Those looking for floral gifts are also welcome.

Feel free to contact a Durham florist from The Flower Shops for flowers and services such as same-day flower delivery and event styling.