Order fresh flowers and bouquets from the finest florists in the UK. The Flower Shops provides same day flower delivery through local florists in Edinburgh.Order fresh flowers and bouquets from the finest florists in the UK. The Flower Shops provides same day flower delivery through local florists in Edinburgh.

EDINBURGH FLORIST BEST SELLERS

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Blazing Beauty is a glamorous bouquet of flowers that brightens your home and gives joy to the people around you.

Blazing Beauty

£39.99 £37.99
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Dazzling Sunshine Giftbox will lighten up your dark days and gives love to the people around us.

Sunshine Giftbox

£40.99 £37.99
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A vibrant bundle of blooms with all the fun of the carnival. Enjoy flowers at their brightest!

Carnival Gift Bag

£39.99 £37.99
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

£48.99
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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 speak of love and devotion like no other flower can!

12 Red Roses

£59.99
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Wild About You bouquet demonstrates your feelings to a person to tell them how much you love them. It includes red roses, germini, oriental lilies and wild natural foliage.

Wild About You

£50.99 £48.99
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 these stunning hand cut flowers.

12 White Roses

£58.99 £54.98
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Autumn Splendour is an arrangement of seasonal flowers that makes the perfect gift. These ethical and sustainable flowers are hand cut by a local florist for maximium freshness.

Autumn Splendour

£46.99 £43.99

EDINBURGH FLORIST

The city of Edinburgh is as colourful as its backdrop. The city's skyline and cobbled streets give off a charming small-town vibe. Make memories and embrace this bustling and vibrant city with a rich history.

Edinburgh is a city like no other. It blends the old heritage with the new and provides a destination for locals and visitors to experience unique sights, sounds and tastes. With the variety of colourful festivals hosted throughout the year, there is no shortage of fun and exciting things to do in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh is Scotland's capital. It is compact and hilly with influences of medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town. It has several gardens and neoclassical buildings, one of them being Edinburgh Castle.

Part of the city is an imposing peak, Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, with sweeping views. Meanwhile, Calton Hill has monuments and memorials. Green areas are also part of Edinburgh. Local play areas, recreational grounds and inner-city gardens are some of the places people can enjoy.

Edinburgh's parks enjoy the International Flag Award for providing a safe space for playing, enabling exercise and benefiting mental wellbeing. Explore these open spaces where you can hike or relax while outdoors.

In the heart of the city is Holyrood Park. It has green lawns and trails and is known for being the home of Arthur's Seat, a dormant volcano and the highest point. It takes almost 2 hours to hike the top for a one of a kind view.

There are other hills to climb in Holyrood Park, but the noteworthy peak is Arthur's Seat. Climbing the top of Arthur's Seat is one of the top activities to do in Edinburgh. It is also the favourite of sporty visitors and locals.

For a more challenging walk in Holyrood Park, better walk around the whole park and climb the top of Arthur's Seat. Another option is to clamber up the cliffs of Salisbury Crags. It takes less time to reach the peak.

One of the urban parks in Scotland, Inverleith Park, has everything required in a park. The 54-acre open area encompasses vegetable gardens, playing fields, a children's play area, a boating pond, a rose garden and a running track. The playing fields are for sports such as football, rugby, cricket, tennis and even pétanque.

Another noteworthy hill in the city is at the end of Princes Street. The massive hill is famous for its dramatic placement and overlooking view of the city. Calton Hill has several monuments, including the striking National Monument of Scotland and Nelson's Monument, seen throughout the city.

Part of Princes Street is a flora-filled park featuring walking paths and monuments such as the Scott Monument and the Ross Fountain. Princes Street Gardens is a wonderful place to admire different flowers. Many locals meet up here and enjoy the peace and quiet the park offers.

Princes Street Gardens is home to the Ross Bandstand, which plays various concerts and special events. The park is also transformed into a Winter Wonderland with a Christmas Market, an ice rink and other fun attractions for the community.

South of the city centre is a park that comprises open grassland, paths, court, playground and various sporting pitches. The Meadows is known for hosting sporting events due to its size. One such prominent competition is the Meadows Marathon. 

The Meadows is also used as a venue for the Edinburgh Festival and host other events such as marches, rallies and visiting circuses. But for tourist attraction, the Royal Botanic Garden is the most ideal place for a stroll in the city. It has over 10.000 plant species and 72 acres of an area dedicated to a variety of vegetation.

The gardens are separated into sections; the Chinese Hillside, the Queen Mother's memorial garden, the Rock Garden and the Woodland Garden. Part of the garden are glasshouses with over 2.400 plant species from various countries. While the glasshouses have admission fees, they are very much worth exploring.

The Glasshouses have themes such as the Indonesian mountains, Australian forests, Arabian deserts and the Amazon rainforest. Excite your senses with the flora that the Glasshouses provide.

Of course, do not forget to get flowers from a local florist by The Flower Shops. Edinburg is also home to multiple professional and talented florists. Find the best quality flowers through the UK's best partner in flower delivery, The Flower Shops.

The city of Edinburgh is as colourful as its backdrop. The city's skyline and cobbled streets give off a charming small-town vibe. Make memories and embrace this bustling and vibrant city with a rich history.

Edinburgh is a city like no other. It blends the old heritage with the new and provides a destination for locals and visitors to experience unique sights, sounds and tastes. With the variety of colourful festivals hosted throughout the year, there is no shortage of fun and exciting things to do in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh is Scotland's capital. It is compact and hilly with influences of medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town. It has several gardens and neoclassical buildings, one of them being Edinburgh Castle.

Part of the city is an imposing peak, Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park, with sweeping views. Meanwhile, Calton Hill has monuments and memorials. Green areas are also part of Edinburgh. Local play areas, recreational grounds and inner-city gardens are some of the places people can enjoy.

Edinburgh's parks enjoy the International Flag Award for providing a safe space for playing, enabling exercise and benefiting mental wellbeing. Explore these open spaces where you can hike or relax while outdoors.

In the heart of the city is Holyrood Park. It has green lawns and trails and is known for being the home of Arthur's Seat, a dormant volcano and the highest point. It takes almost 2 hours to hike the top for a one of a kind view.

There are other hills to climb in Holyrood Park, but the noteworthy peak is Arthur's Seat. Climbing the top of Arthur's Seat is one of the top activities to do in Edinburgh. It is also the favourite of sporty visitors and locals.

For a more challenging walk in Holyrood Park, better walk around the whole park and climb the top of Arthur's Seat. Another option is to clamber up the cliffs of Salisbury Crags. It takes less time to reach the peak.

One of the urban parks in Scotland, Inverleith Park, has everything required in a park. The 54-acre open area encompasses vegetable gardens, playing fields, a children's play area, a boating pond, a rose garden and a running track. The playing fields are for sports such as football, rugby, cricket, tennis and even pétanque.

Another noteworthy hill in the city is at the end of Princes Street. The massive hill is famous for its dramatic placement and overlooking view of the city. Calton Hill has several monuments, including the striking National Monument of Scotland and Nelson's Monument, seen throughout the city.

Part of Princes Street is a flora-filled park featuring walking paths and monuments such as the Scott Monument and the Ross Fountain. Princes Street Gardens is a wonderful place to admire different flowers. Many locals meet up here and enjoy the peace and quiet the park offers.

Princes Street Gardens is home to the Ross Bandstand, which plays various concerts and special events. The park is also transformed into a Winter Wonderland with a Christmas Market, an ice rink and other fun attractions for the community.

South of the city centre is a park that comprises open grassland, paths, court, playground and various sporting pitches. The Meadows is known for hosting sporting events due to its size. One such prominent competition is the Meadows Marathon. 

The Meadows is also used as a venue for the Edinburgh Festival and host other events such as marches, rallies and visiting circuses. But for tourist attraction, the Royal Botanic Garden is the most ideal place for a stroll in the city. It has over 10.000 plant species and 72 acres of an area dedicated to a variety of vegetation.

The gardens are separated into sections; the Chinese Hillside, the Queen Mother's memorial garden, the Rock Garden and the Woodland Garden. Part of the garden are glasshouses with over 2.400 plant species from various countries. While the glasshouses have admission fees, they are very much worth exploring.

The Glasshouses have themes such as the Indonesian mountains, Australian forests, Arabian deserts and the Amazon rainforest. Excite your senses with the flora that the Glasshouses provide.

Of course, do not forget to get flowers from a local florist by The Flower Shops. Edinburg is also home to multiple professional and talented florists. Find the best quality flowers through the UK's best partner in flower delivery, The Flower Shops.