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CHRISTINE MILLS
CHRISTINE MILLS
16:46 25 Nov 19
Thank you for the beautiful wreath you made for me for my friends... funeral. Well worth every penny. Thank you againread more
BCL MOT Centre
BCL MOT Centre
13:01 28 Sep 19
Would not go anywhere else! The staff are amazing and the flowers lush! Had... a last minute panic to get flowers for my wedding reception and they have come up trumps as usual, thank you ladies, Juliet Milburn xxxxread more
Robert Carter
Robert Carter
10:37 11 Feb 19
Wanted to spend about £15 on flowers my daughters birthday, got the... impression £15 wasn't worth their effort, and that was just silly to ask for white roses this time of year, 'could possibly put some flowers in paper for you ' my advice go to MS where I bought a lovely collection for £16 incl Rosesread more
Gail Minty
Gail Minty
13:11 20 Nov 18
I had a bouquet delivered from the Flower Shop this morning and it was... absolutely gorgeous and presented beautifully. Highly recommended.read more
Daniel Cook
Daniel Cook
20:51 11 Sep 17
Called the shop today with a special request for a bouquet of big Daisy's.... With short notice they put together one of the most stunning bunches of flowers I have ever seen. They smelt great, were fresh, colourful and presented in a spot on arrangement. Initially I thought 25-30£ was a little dear for flowers, but money well spent. Will be making a return visit.read more
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FLOWER DELIVERY SERVICES IN Swansea.

Swansea is a coastal city and county, officially known as the City and County of Swansea in Wales. Swansea boasts many magnificent parks, but its Clyne Gardens are famed for colourful displays of rhododendrons and azaleas. This superb botanical garden – once part of the old Swansea Castle – consists of 47 acres of parkland and gardens. The grounds feature more than 2,000 species of plants (including over 800 varieties of the aforementioned rhododendrons). A lovely gazebo is a park highlight and was built by an old admiral in order to keep an eye on ships entering Swansea Bay. Other features to check out are the bamboo-filled Japanese garden, an artificial lake and waterfall, the bog garden and bluebell wood, as well as the 1908 Clyne Chapel.
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