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Same Day Flower Delivery Northern Ireland

Send flowers in Northern Ireland, with our local Northern Ireland florists at Floom with same day and next day flower delivery. Enter your postcode to send flowers and brighten the recipient's day, today!

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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.
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Local Florists Northern Ireland

From stunning natural scenery such as the Giant's Causeway through to the elegant Victorian buildings of Belfast, there's a lot of inspiration for our local Northern Ireland florists to draw inspiration from. Those who make the trip to this picturesque part of the UK can practise their swing on the Royal Portrush golf course, while history buffs can immerse themselves in the city's rich past at Belfast's Titanic Quarter.

Where are the flower markets in Northern Ireland?

There are a number of notable flower markets and growers within Northern Ireland with the majority of those being in County Down. Some include Beechfield Flower Farm in Tobermore, Londonderry, and Kilcoan Gardens -selling a variety of sustainable flowers both seasonal and perennial flowers perfect for Northern Irish Gardens. You can also order wholesale flowers online through us - find out more here.

What is the national flower of Northern Ireland?

The flax is the national flower of Northern Ireland and is notable within certain badges and emblems the emblems. It even appears in the badge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.

The three-leaf shamrock is the national plant of Northern Ireland (not to be confused with the four leaf clover). The shamrock does not sprout any flowers and therefore is not considered the national flower of Northern Ireland.