GLASGOW FLORISTS BEST SELLERS

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Elizabeth

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Remy

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Jewel

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The Flower Shops - Glasgow Flowers by Occasion

If you need a bunch of pretty flowers for any occasion, The Flower Shop in Glasgow is here to help. We have a wide array of floral designs and floral arrangements that suit any occasion you wish to celebrate. Simply let us know what occasion you are celebrating and we will redirect you to a handful of flower design choices that you will not be able to resist.

If you need a bunch of pretty flowers for any occasion, The Flower Shop in Glasgow is here to help. We have a wide array of floral designs and floral arrangements that suit any occasion you wish to celebrate. Simply let us know what occasion you are celebrating and we will redirect you to a handful of flower design choices that you will not be able to resist.

About Glasgow Florists

With so many reasons to celebrate, flower delivery in the UK is still going strong. Many people turn to online flower delivery to send floral gifts to their loved ones making UK florists essential to any village and town. Anywhere you go, you are sure to find a UK florist selling beautiful bouquets and flower arrangements.

The daily life of a florist is not a walk in the park. If the florist is an independent local florist, he or she wears many hats to run the shop. Florists do not only make arrangements for their customers. They also arrange their displays of plants and flowers to attract people to the shop. Part of a florist's job is to keep the shop attractive and tidy at all times.

A UK florist must also act as a salesperson. He or she must talk to customers to help with their needs and choose flowers and plants to buy for themselves or send as a gift. Besides the walk-in customers, there are also online flower orders to think about. Lastly, there are clients for events and weddings. Large events and functions need the help of assistants and other florists in the shop to fulfil the requirements on time.

Occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries require flowers in perfect condition. A UK florist sees to it that all flowers used in making bouquets and arrangements for funerals are fresh and clean. They also make sure to follow the customers' requests and provide excellent service.

Part of being a creative florist in the UK is learning new skills like wiring and presentation. Floristry is always evolving that is why it is a must for a florist UK to take classes from experts and training from accredited centres.

We are proud to say that The Flower Shops Network is made of florists in the UK. Our UK florists pay great attention to detail and will work with you to give you the best flowers from their shops. They will not only hand-deliver flowers the same day, but they will also teach you how to properly care for your flowers.

Our florists are all passionate about flowers and plants. They are all creative and experts in making different floral arrangements. Most of all, they are dedicated to delivering fantastic floral products at the best price.

Our florists offer same-day flower delivery. Often, our local florist will personally deliver the order to the recipient. They want to ensure the right person receives them in the best condition. Our florists also accept and fulfil online flower delivery orders from The Flower Shops.

Being a UK florist is far from what people would expect. It takes a lot of work to be one. During occasions like Mother's Day and Christmas, expect florists to up at the crack of dawn and start setting up the shop to work on orders. Florists in the UK are used to long days during the busy season and they are sure to deliver beyond expectations every time.

With so many reasons to celebrate, flower delivery in the UK is still going strong. Many people turn to online flower delivery to send floral gifts to their loved ones making UK florists essential to any village and town. Anywhere you go, you are sure to find a UK florist selling beautiful bouquets and flower arrangements.

The daily life of a florist is not a walk in the park. If the florist is an independent local florist, he or she wears many hats to run the shop. Florists do not only make arrangements for their customers. They also arrange their displays of plants and flowers to attract people to the shop. Part of a florist's job is to keep the shop attractive and tidy at all times.

A UK florist must also act as a salesperson. He or she must talk to customers to help with their needs and choose flowers and plants to buy for themselves or send as a gift. Besides the walk-in customers, there are also online flower orders to think about. Lastly, there are clients for events and weddings. Large events and functions need the help of assistants and other florists in the shop to fulfil the requirements on time.

Occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries require flowers in perfect condition. A UK florist sees to it that all flowers used in making bouquets and arrangements for funerals are fresh and clean. They also make sure to follow the customers' requests and provide excellent service.

Part of being a creative florist in the UK is learning new skills like wiring and presentation. Floristry is always evolving that is why it is a must for a florist UK to take classes from experts and training from accredited centres.

We are proud to say that The Flower Shops Network is made of florists in the UK. Our UK florists pay great attention to detail and will work with you to give you the best flowers from their shops. They will not only hand-deliver flowers the same day, but they will also teach you how to properly care for your flowers.

Our florists are all passionate about flowers and plants. They are all creative and experts in making different floral arrangements. Most of all, they are dedicated to delivering fantastic floral products at the best price.

Our florists offer same-day flower delivery. Often, our local florist will personally deliver the order to the recipient. They want to ensure the right person receives them in the best condition. Our florists also accept and fulfil online flower delivery orders from The Flower Shops.

Being a UK florist is far from what people would expect. It takes a lot of work to be one. During occasions like Mother's Day and Christmas, expect florists to up at the crack of dawn and start setting up the shop to work on orders. Florists in the UK are used to long days during the busy season and they are sure to deliver beyond expectations every time.

A Little History Of Glasgow Florists

Glasgow has been synonymous with nature since its founding by St. Mungo in the 6th century, what else would you expect from a city known affectionately as ‘the dear green place’? These affections are not misplaced, as Glasgow is home to around 90 parks and green spaces. As a result of this association with nature, Glasgow has more than its fair share of horticulturalists, not to mention florists. Kelvingrove Park in the leafy West End of the city is by far the most famous of Glasgow’s parks, due to its proximity the University of Glasgow and the presence of the world renowned Kelvingrove Art Gallery, which is home to numerous priceless works of art including Salvador Dali’s Christ of Saint John of the Cross.  In keeping with Glaswegians love of the natural world it was also home to a 21.3m cast of a Diplodocus known as ‘Dippy the Dinosaur’ until 2019. However, the most impressive park in Glasgow for those of us with green fingers in undoubtedly the Botanical Gardens, which are also located in the city’s West End. The gardens were established in 1817 by the renowned botanist Thomas Hopkirk, with a nucleus of 3000 plant species. A number of other famous botanists, including William Jackson Hooker, who was appointed the professor of Botany at the nearby University in 1821, have taken up the task of continuing the city’s floral fascination and have added their own passions, persistence and patience in extending the collections. It was on his recommendation that David Douglas, with whom he shared numerous botanical trips to the Highlands in search of rare and beautiful local fauna, was appointed by the Royal Horticultural Society as an explorer. This proved to be a masterstroke as in 1826 he sent back seeds of the Peudotsuga menziesii-the Douglas Fir. The gardens have grown to accommodate Glaswegians, and tourist’s, love of nature and now cover an impressive 27 acres of plants, vegetables and Victorian glasshouses. The Friends of Glasgow Botanic Gardens was established in the early 90’s with the stated aim of furthering the activities of the gardens as a centre for research, education and to serve as a public amenity. It is true of almost all of Glasgow’s parks that they serve multiple functions, not least of which is as venues for entertainment as diverse as concerts, comedy shows, and theatre as well as being home to some local craft breweries. The most famous of which is West brewery located in Glasgow Green, a stone’s throw from the River Clyde in the East end of the city.

That is not to say that these are the only places to find serenity, beauty and tranquillity in the city, and no matter where you are you are never far from nature in Glasgow. There are over 30 allotments within the city, abuzz with keen amateur botanists and florists (not to mention the pollinators), helping to ensure Glasgow is worthy of the moniker ‘the dear green place’.

More recently Glasgow has built on its reputation as an oasis of greenery in an industrial world by having the most successful of five National garden festivals in 1988, which attracted over 4 million visitors to the city over 152 days. This, in turn, led to Glasgow being named European City of Culture in 1990. Together these events raised Glasgow’s national and international reputation, resulting in more people enjoying the beauty of ‘the dear green place’. To build on these successes Glasgow now provides many nationally recognised courses in both Horticulture and Floristry, most notably at Glasgow Clyde College which is affiliated with both the BritishFloristAssociation.org and the Institute of Professional florists. Remembering our past is essential in ensuring our future, and the future of Glasgow's natural spaces and anthophiles is secure.

Things our Customers Say

Jake Easterbrook
5/5

March 2020

Ordered a bunch of flowers for my Fiancèe today, 6 Lost Kisses, and it arrived perfectly and ever so quickly to her. The flowers that I ordered were better than the picture on the website! They are truly amazing and worth every single penny!. I would highly recommend this Florist if you are looking to treat someone. Perfect thanks!

Jan Hildrow
5/5

August 27, 2020

Just a short email to let you know my relative was overwhelmed with the flowers. She said they were the best ever she had ever received. Many thanks.

CHRISTINE MILLS
5/5

January 2020

Thank you for the beautiful wreath you made for me for my friends funeral. Well worth every penny. Thank you again

Gail Minty
5/5

August 2019

I had a bouquet delivered from the Flower Shop this morning and it was absolutely gorgeous and presented beautifully. Highly recommended.

 

Glasgow has been synonymous with nature since its founding by St. Mungo in the 6th century, what else would you expect from a city known affectionately as ‘the dear green place’? These affections are not misplaced, as Glasgow is home to around 90 parks and green spaces. As a result of this association with nature, Glasgow has more than its fair share of horticulturalists, not to mention florists. Kelvingrove Park in the leafy West End of the city is by far the most famous of Glasgow’s parks, due to its proximity the University of Glasgow and the presence of the world renowned Kelvingrove Art Gallery, which is home to numerous priceless works of art including Salvador Dali’s Christ of Saint John of the Cross.  In keeping with Glaswegians love of the natural world it was also home to a 21.3m cast of a Diplodocus known as ‘Dippy the Dinosaur’ until 2019. However, the most impressive park in Glasgow for those of us with green fingers in undoubtedly the Botanical Gardens, which are also located in the city’s West End. The gardens were established in 1817 by the renowned botanist Thomas Hopkirk, with a nucleus of 3000 plant species. A number of other famous botanists, including William Jackson Hooker, who was appointed the professor of Botany at the nearby University in 1821, have taken up the task of continuing the city’s floral fascination and have added their own passions, persistence and patience in extending the collections. It was on his recommendation that David Douglas, with whom he shared numerous botanical trips to the Highlands in search of rare and beautiful local fauna, was appointed by the Royal Horticultural Society as an explorer. This proved to be a masterstroke as in 1826 he sent back seeds of the Peudotsuga menziesii-the Douglas Fir. The gardens have grown to accommodate Glaswegians, and tourist’s, love of nature and now cover an impressive 27 acres of plants, vegetables and Victorian glasshouses. The Friends of Glasgow Botanic Gardens was established in the early 90’s with the stated aim of furthering the activities of the gardens as a centre for research, education and to serve as a public amenity. It is true of almost all of Glasgow’s parks that they serve multiple functions, not least of which is as venues for entertainment as diverse as concerts, comedy shows, and theatre as well as being home to some local craft breweries. The most famous of which is West brewery located in Glasgow Green, a stone’s throw from the River Clyde in the East end of the city.

That is not to say that these are the only places to find serenity, beauty and tranquillity in the city, and no matter where you are you are never far from nature in Glasgow. There are over 30 allotments within the city, abuzz with keen amateur botanists and florists (not to mention the pollinators), helping to ensure Glasgow is worthy of the moniker ‘the dear green place’.

More recently Glasgow has built on its reputation as an oasis of greenery in an industrial world by having the most successful of five National garden festivals in 1988, which attracted over 4 million visitors to the city over 152 days. This, in turn, led to Glasgow being named European City of Culture in 1990. Together these events raised Glasgow’s national and international reputation, resulting in more people enjoying the beauty of ‘the dear green place’. To build on these successes Glasgow now provides many nationally recognised courses in both Horticulture and Floristry, most notably at Glasgow Clyde College which is affiliated with both the BritishFloristAssociation.org and the Institute of Professional florists. Remembering our past is essential in ensuring our future, and the future of Glasgow's natural spaces and anthophiles is secure.

Things our Customers Say

Jake Easterbrook
5/5

March 2020

 
 
Ordered a bunch of flowers for my Fiancèe today, 6 Lost Kisses, and it arrived perfectly and ever so quickly to her. The flowers that I ordered were better than the picture on the website! They are truly amazing and worth every single penny!. I would highly recommend this Florist if you are looking to treat someone. Perfect thanks!
Jan Hildrow
5/5

August 27, 2020

 
 
Just a short email to let you know my relative was overwhelmed with the flowers. She said they were the best ever she had ever received. Many thanks.
CHRISTINE MILLS
5/5

January 2020

 
 
Thank you for the beautiful wreath you made for me for my friends funeral. Well worth every penny. Thank you again
Gail Minty
5/5

August 2019

 
 
I had a bouquet delivered from the Flower Shop this morning and it was absolutely gorgeous and presented beautifully. Highly recommended.

We Promise

Nice and Chic Designs

We promise that we will produce wonderful floral designs that will delight our customers. We make sure that all our works are on par with the standards of our business ideals. We promise that we are very meticulous in making our flower arrangements. We have a wide array of designs that you can choose from which our florists are always ready to create for you.

Excellent Customer Service

We promise that we will assist you with your needs. If you have special requests about your flower arrangements, we will be ecstatic to assist you. We promise that we have hardworking staff and florists who are always willing to lend a hand if you need professional suggestions. We treat our customers with respect, so you can be assured that you will be treated well every time you interact with us. We promise that we go the extra mile in providing you services that matter to you.

Nice and Chic Designs

We promise that we will produce wonderful floral designs that will delight our customers. We make sure that all our works are on par with the standards of our business ideals. We promise that we are very meticulous in making our flower arrangements. We have a wide array of designs that you can choose from which our florists are always ready to create for you.

Excellent Customer Service

We promise that we will assist you with your needs. If you have special requests about your flower arrangements, we will be ecstatic to assist you. We promise that we have hardworking staff and florists who are always willing to lend a hand if you need professional suggestions. We treat our customers with respect, so you can be assured that you will be treated well every time you interact with us. We promise that we go the extra mile in providing you services that matter to you.

Passion For Flowers

Flower Academy

Have you heard the latest news from the floriculture industry? If you love flowers, then you will surely adore our flower magazine. Our Flower Magazine provides the latest information about flowers and the floral industry. Browse through our online journal to see how to take care of your fresh-cut flowers, as well as information on the trends in the ever-evolving floral industry.

Care Tips

Flowers give us a beautiful feeling every time we look at them, especially in the morning. They make the beginning of our day truly beautiful and pleasant. This is why we have to ensure that they are being cared for. There are various tips that The Flower Shop can give you to make sure that your flowers will bloom beautifully and will live longer. 

Flower Academy

Have you heard the latest news from the floriculture industry? If you love flowers, then you will surely adore our flower magazine. Our Flower Magazine provides the latest information about flowers and the floral industry. Browse through our online journal to see how to take care of your fresh-cut flowers, as well as information on the trends in the ever-evolving floral industry. 

 

Care Tips

Flowers give us a beautiful feeling every time we look at them, especially in the morning. They make the beginning of our day truly beautiful and pleasant. This is why we have to ensure that they are being cared for. There are various tips that The Flower Shop can give you to make sure that your flowers will bloom beautifully and will live longer. 
 

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