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Newport Flower Delivery

Floom offers some of the most unique and beautiful bouquets for flower delivery in Newport. We carefully choose all of our Newport florists to ensure that you receive only the finest seasonal stems.

Surprise someone special with same-day delivery on a wide range of plant and flower arrangements from Newport florists. Floom guarantee that your order for flower delivery in Newport will arrive on-time and exactly the same as the on-screen bouquet, or your money back.

To browse our sumptuous stems from florists in Newport, just enter your delivery postcode at the top of the page.

Same-day flower delivery is available before 1pm and next-day flower delivery is available before 11:59pm in Newport.

Why send flowers with Floom?

200Px Flower Eye

What you see is what you get

Love the bouquet on your screen? That’s exactly what our local florist will prepare freshly for your order… or your money back!
200Px Florist

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.
200Px Hands

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.

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Newport's finest independent florists

The third largest city in Wales, charming Newport lies just 12 miles north-east of the Welsh capital, Cardiff.

A significant port since medieval times, today the city is home to a cathedral, a university and some of the best-preserved Roman ruins anywhere in Wales. Surrounded by picturesque countryside, Newport benefits from its setting on the banks of the River Usk.

Local florists in Newport work with Floom to provide flower delivery to all areas of the city, including Baneswell, Pillgwenlly and Gaer to name but a few.

Flower of Newport:

The Wild Leek (Allium ampeloprasum) is less well-known than its garden vegetable relative (a favourite of the Welsh), growing in small numbers in parts of Wales and south-west England.

Flowering from June to September, the Wild Leek can grow up to a metre in height and distinguishes itself from domesticated leeks by the strikingly round formation of its flowers.

One of the rarest blooms in all of Britain, the Wild Leek only shows itself in any significant numbers at a few choice spots around Wales. One of these is at Flat Holm island, just down the coast from Newport, which is what makes it our choice for the city’s floral representative.