Flowers Edinburgh

Same Day Flower Delivery Edinburgh

Floom carefully selects its Edinburgh florists to provide Edinburgh flowers with easy same or next-day delivery options available for surprising a loved one. We now deliver gift hampers in Edinburgh as well as across the UK. Same-day flower delivery is available before 1 pm and next-day delivery before 11:59 pm in Edinburgh.

Floom makes it easier than ever to send a stunning seasonal flower bouquet or plant from an independent florist for flower delivery in Edinburgh as well as other major cities in Scotland including Aberdeen and Dundee.

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Why send flowers with Floom?

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Always unique, never generic

We only work with the most talented and unique artisans, and we’re passionate about supporting our skilled family of florists.
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Hand-delivered with care and attention

Each of our orders is professionally arranged, wrapped and safely delivered with a hand-written card… on the exact day that you need it.

Want to speak to our flower ordering experts? Call us: +44 208 068 7498

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Popular Flower Questions

How can I send flowers to Edinburgh?

Enter your postcode to view a selection of bouquets available within your chosen area.

Who delivers flowers in Edinburgh?

We have a variety of local and nationwide florists delivering to Edinburgh, including Botanique Workshop, Zita Elze, and more.

Can you order same-day flower delivery to Edinburgh?

We offer same-day delivery on selected products in most areas when you order before 1 pm and next-day delivery when you order before 12 pm.

What are the flowers of Edinburgh?

Lynchnis Viscera, commonly known as Sticky Catchfly, has grown on rocks in Holyrood Park for at least the last 400 years. Indeed, it was the favoured flower of King James VI - and is still the flower of Edinburgh today.

What is the floral clock in Edinburgh?

With 35,000 (!) plants used in the design, Edinburgh's floral clock flowers from July until October each year. It takes two gardeners five weeks to plant and is then trimmed and cared for by one gardener for the rest of the season.

When full with plants and flowers, the clock hands weigh a combined 58kg. Commonly used plants (although it varies on a yearly basis) include Lobelia, Pyrethrum and Golden Moss - all contributing to the staggering amount of floral beauty on this unique clock.

In 2012 the clock was decorated to commemorate the Queen's Golden Jubilee, and each year it is decorated with a specific theme in mind. We can't wait to see the 2019 incarnation!