Spring is in the air and it is time to brighten up your office with some beautiful blooms! We have selected some of London's best florists for you to choose from - either visit their stores or order on-line for your bouquet to be sent straight to your door. 

Wild At Heart 

Images courtesy of: Wild At Heart

Founded in 1993, Wild at Heart is famous for its opulent and unique style. In addition to the original Turquoise Island shop, Nikki Tibbles' Wild at Heart includes a concession in Liberty, a flagship store on the Pimlico Road and a thriving nationwide delivery service.

Price: £££

Location: Liberty, Great Marlborough St, London W1B 5AH


Images courtesy of: Bloomon

Bloomon was founded by three rebels on a quest to turn the flower industry on its head. And spread happiness throughout the world. So far, they’re doing pretty well. Read more about the founders Patrick, Bart and Koen and order your chosen Bloomon blooms. 

Price: ££

Wild Things Flowers

Images courtesy of: Wild Things Flowers

A passion for flowers and an overwhelming sense of creativity are the foundation of ‘Wild Things’. Based in Mayfair since 1996 ‘Wild Things’ is a highly respected
florist. Louise Bermingham is a self taught designer free from preconceived rules and boundaries, her natural expertise, and artistic ability are skills that simply cannot be taught.



The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers

Images courtesy of: The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers

The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers is one of the country’s leading flower design schools. The Academy brings the colour and magic of flowers back to Covent Garden and draws upon its unique placement to ensure that, like the flowers themselves, students flourish whilst studying there. Bouquets are available to order on-line or pop into the store. 

Price: ££

Location: The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers, St Martin's Courtyard, 9 Slingsby Place,
Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9AB 

Columbia Road Flower Market

Images courtesy of: Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road flower market and shops are open on Sundays from 8am ’til 3'ish come rain, wind or shine and even on Easter Sunday. Columbia Road is in the East End sitting on the edge of the city with Shoreditch to the west and Brick Lane and Spitalfields nearby.