There are few things as enjoyable as flowers. Let’s be honest, fresh flowers are bringers of joy, they’re gifts we cherish, they’re moments shared. Sending flowers to friends and family is an important part of life, and sending the right flowers is crucial. And with families often spread across the country, and friends in far flung places, a birthday bouquet or ‘thinking of you’ arrangement is often the perfect way to reach out and let someone know you’re thinking of them.
That’s where Flowers & Plants Co. come in. A new specialist florist bringing customers nationwide flower delivery 7 days a week. Fast and affordable flowers brought to the doorstep 365 days a year, without fail. It’s a staggeringly good offer from the London based company. Their selection of bouquets and gifts is second to none and they’re level of design skill and quality is unrivalled in the sector. However, what really makes Flowers & Plants Co. a special find is the fact that they don’t outsource any of their bouquets. Each and every arrangement is created at their London studio before being carefully packed and shipped across the country. This guarantees that whether sending birthday flowers or anniversary gifts, the quality of a Flowers & Plants Co. bouquet will always be immaculate. Ensuring quality control and design continuity was essential to Flowers & Plants Co. as a business and it has helped them grow from relative minnows to a market leading florist. And with a range of services from wedding flowers and event designs to corporate flowers and funeral flowers, they have every angle covered.
As a new florist at the top of their game, Flowers & Plants Co. are leading the way for other online retailers. The success of their online flower delivery model has opened up a range of new customers, and had the simultaneous impact of raising the expectation of clients across the country. No longer are customers satisfied with mediocre flowers and delayed delivery times, expensive bouquets and limited options. Customers across the UK have realised that a new way to buy flowers has arrived, and its arrival has been beckoned by Flowers & Plants Co.
Now, the London based company has decided to extend its range of services and provide customers with an international flower delivery service. Shipping bouquets to selected countries across the world, Flowers & Plants Co. guarantee their same level of design quality and skill in all international deliveries. From France and Spain to the USA and Australia, Flowers & Plants Co. bring international flower delivery to the next level, ensuring affordability and quality go hand in hand.
So, while 2020 was a tough year for everyone, 2021 is already looking up for Flowers & Plants Co. Their strong and sustained growth is fed by a determination to give customers the quality flowers they deserve. Flowers & Plants Co. offer a re-delivery guarantee if a bouquet isn’t up to scratch, while they also have round the clock customer service agents waiting to help any customer in need of advice. It is this attention to detail which has really aided Flowers & Plants Co. in their rise to one of the capital’s premier floral providers. And with two permanent stores in London, customers can enjoy flowers at their fingertips in Kensington and Canary Wharf.
It’s easy to arrange a bouquet delivery with Flowers & Plants Co. in a few simple steps. Their next day nationwide shipping means those last-minute gifts are only a few clicks away, with the order cut-off for their flowers fixed at 6pm each day. And if a bigger occasion is on the horizon, Flowers & Plants Co. offer a bespoke range of wedding flowers, from simple bridal bouquets to extravagant candelabras, centre pieces and large-scale installations. For quality, service and style, Flowers & Plants Co. are the best all-round florist. A modern example of great business acumen combined with a brilliant product range, they are set to continue bringing customers across the UK the flowers they love.
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