Featuring orange large headed roses, blue iris, orange spray roses, cerise germini, cerise carnations and yellow solidago with salal and pistache, hand-tied
Featuring pink large headed roses, purple freesia, purple lisianthus and blue delphiniums with birch, salal and pistache, hand-tied, gift-wrapped
Featuring yellow large headed roses, orange germini, yellow solidago, blue iris, yellow LA lilies and yellow spray chrysanthemums with salal and pistache, hand-tied, gift-wrapped
Featuring white spray roses, a white large headed rose, purple freesia, white double lisianthus, purple statice, dried lavender and pistache, arranged in a soft nude hatbox trimmed with ribbon.
This pretty window basket brings the essence of the summer garden inside to enjoy. We’ve planted flowering campanula and kalanchoe plants with ivy and palm; it’s an attractive combination of colour, greenery and delicate flowers that can be admired for weeks.
Featuring yellow large headed roses, blue iris, yellow germini, yellow spray chrysanthemums, yellow narcissi, cerise carnations with yellow solidago, salal and pistache, hand-tied, gift wrapped and presented in a Daisy stencil gift box.
Featuring yellow daffodils, blue hyacinths, yellow solidago, white large headed roses, cream double tulips and blue iris, arranged with salal and pistache in a calm blue ceramic jar.
Featuring 2 yellow primrose, a muscari and a cream/white rose all planted in a grey wash basket.
Spring flowers are the first sign that the new year is well and truly upon us as snowdrops - also known as galanthus - and daffodils spring to life which is why Edinburgh Flowers have a lovely spring flowers collection in commemoration of this lovely season. No matter what the occasion, these beautiful floral designs are suitable for events ranging from new born baby occasions to birthdays as well as larger scale occasions such as weddings. The Edinburgh florists work with nothing but the best which is why all our flowers have been imported all the way from Holland. Holland the western region of the Netherlands is renowned for the premium quality flowers that are cultivated in their prosperous fields. Combined with up to four deliveries per week, not only are their flowers of the best quality but they are also the freshest with a high longevity so your recipient will be able to enjoy their flowers for many days yet to come. The spring flowers collection features gorgeous flowers in pastel but vibrant colour schemes including yellows, blues and pinks. Not only do our Dutch cultivators provide Edinburgh flowers with good quality but they also provide the florists with a huge selection of flowers so no matter what it is you’re looking for, you are sure to find something with us. This selection of flowers includes vibrant daffodils; lovely germini; different species of lily from asiatic to calla; traditional roses in a variety of colours and tulips amongst many other types so both the florists and you are spoilt for choice when it comes to your floral designs. No matter what it is you’re after, Edinburgh flowers always do our absolute best to accommodate for any occasion as well as all of your personal tastes.
Up on the Edinburgh Flowers website you can browse through the floral designs the florists have already created however if nothing quite catches your eye don’t worry as there is a bespoke service on offer to all customers. This bespoke service allows you to either tweak elements of a pre-existing arrangement from the website or you can create a completely unique arrangement by working in collaboration with one of the Edinburgh florists. This service allows you to specify elements such as what flowers you would like used; what flowers should be used; colour preferences as well as what sort of finish you’re after. The ‘finish’ means how you would like your flowers presented so there are three primary different ways of presenting your flowers - a bouquet, a hand-tied or an arrangement. A bouquet means that the Edinburgh florists wrap up your bouquet in complementary papers and tissues with ribbons tied firmly to the loose stems of the flowers so the bouquet keeps it’s shape. A hand-tied bouquet means that alongside the ribbons, the loose stems are also place in a cellophane bubble of water which keeps the flowers hydrated. This is ideal as, for example, a get well soon or a new born baby occasion as your recipient isn’t required to look after the flowers themselves. The arrangement form means that your flowers are placed in either a vase, box, basket or even a cute teacup depending on what sort of aesthetic you’re after. For any further questions in regards to the services provided by Edinburgh flowers, please do not hesitate to get in touch. You are able to either call or email as there is always a member of the Edinburgh flowers team available to answer any of your queries.