Our seasonal flower bunch is hand tied and wrapped in brown paper by an experienced florist.
It contains a selection of home grown, and other British grown flowers, which are often scented and really rather special as they often have short seasons, so may only be available for a week or two each year. You won’t find many, if any, bog standard blooms. If you are looking for Carnations, Chrysanthemums, Lilies or Gerbera we probably aren’t the right florist for you. The bouquets are sent complete with a small greetings card.
The pictures are a rough guide to size and overall look. Each and every bouquet is bespoke, so no two will ever be the same. We pick, which ever flowers are at their very best on the date we create your bouquet. We do not offer a choice of varieties, but you are welcome to leave a note on the order form if you have a preference over colours, and we will try our best to meet your request.
We offer local delivery to the following places Burscough, Rufford, Scarisbrick, Ormskirk, Newburgh, Parbold, Tarleton, Hesketh Bank, Halsall, Mere Brow, and Holmeswood.
Please note that unfortunately we cannot guarantee specific day delivery on bunch orders below £30, they will be delivered on the next day that we are in that specific village. However it will be within a week of ordering, and we will try our best to meet any specific requests, but they cannot be guaranteed.
COVid-19 update At this difficult time for everyone, we are asking people to give us as much notice as possible for a delivery. We are also operating a knock and run system, where we will place the bouquet on the recipients door step, then knock, and leave, so as to avoid any face to face contact. If you know the recipient is unlikely to be in when we deliver, please leave us a note on the order form as to a safe place to leave them. We do not operate from a shop, we do not have staff at the present time, you can rest assured that your flowers will only have been touched by one person, and that person will have adhered to all the government guidelines.