Lockdown Valentine's Guide: Delivered Flowers
As Valentine’s Day swiftly approaches and we’re still firmly in a state of lockdown, how can we help make our loved ones feel as special as they deserve to feel? Whether you’re together or separated across the UK, here are a few of our favourite sustainable flower and plant delivery services, straight to your door.
Flower bouquet deliveries
Nothing says Happy Valentine’s Day better than a love note attached to a bouquet of flowers. Here are a few of our go-to sustainable floral delivery services.
Photo credits: BloomPost
BloomPost offers a great selection of season flower arrangements delivered straight through your letterbox. We love their dried letterbox flowers which are not only on-trend but will remind your loved one of you every morning and afternoon whenever they catch your eye.
Photo credits: Bloom & Wild
If you’re after a more decadent bouquet then look no further than Bloom & Wild. They lovingly package every order as if it were their own and their arrangements will brighten up any room. Make sure to check out their Valentine’s Day selection for inspiration.
Photo credits: Freddie's Flowers
Fresh flowers are such a thoughtful gift but it can be a little sad to add them to your compost bin when they’re past their best. So why not set up a Freddie’s Flowers subscription for a loved one this Valentine’s day?
Maybe flowers aren’t your thing, so how about house plants?
Photo credits: Patch Plants
Liven up your dearest’s home even if you’re not there to do it in person. Patch Plants offers a luscious selection of potted and hanging plants of all sizes along with beautifully crafted pots – a refreshing alternative to a bunch of flowers.
Photo credits: Bloom Box Club
For someone who truly loves house plants, how about a subscription to Bloom Box Club’s monthly postal plant programme?
If you have any other recommendations let us know in the comments section below.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.