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Put your mind at ease, our flowers and plants are always professionally wrapped and delivered by people that care.
You’ll also be able to select what happens to your order if no one is home and you’ll recieve a handy email notifying you when it arrives.
Floom makes it easier than ever to send a stunning seasonal flower bouquet or plant from an independent florist for flower delivery in Edinburgh.
Floom carefully selects its Edinburgh florists, such as Rose & Ammi, to give you a choice of beautiful unique flower bouquets and plants, with easy same or next day delivery options available for surprising a loved one.
Simply enter your delivery postcode at the top of the page to send the perfect flowers to someone in Edinburgh.
Same day flower delivery is available before 12pm and next day delivery before 11:59pm in Edinburgh.
Want to speak to our flower ordering experts? Call us: +44 208 068 7498
"Great selection of florists in London. Delivered a bouquet which was beautiful and great value for money. "
"The delivery was on-time, and the flowers presented beautifully. "
"Great service, fantastic experience. I didn't know the exact address and customer support was chasing recipeint for the whole day. Thanks very much"
"Very quick service and beautiful flowers."
Known for the Edinburgh fringe festival, the Scottish city also hosts the largest street party in the world every New Year's Eve. It also has a rich floral history, with the world's oldest floral clock located in Princes Street Gardens (since 1903 for those wondering).
Each of Floom's Edinburgh florists has the skill to consistently deliver a beautiful bouquet or plant on your behalf.
Order your Edinburgh flowers online with Floom, and the local independent florist fulfilling your order will ensure they are hand delivered to your loved recipient. We also provide the option for a handwritten message (our florists all have nice handwriting, we promise!) with the delivery of your bouquet to Edinburgh in our delivery cards.
Flower 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.