The fifth-largest settlement in Scotland, Paisley is often referred to as the nation’s biggest town owing to it’s never having had city status. This shouldn’t fool outsiders though, as Paisley is packed with twice as much character as many towns twice the size.
Home to Paisley Abbey and the renowned Paisley Museum and Art Galleries, the town is something of a cultural hub within the historic county of Renfrewshire, of which it serves as administrative centre.
The town’s illustrious heritage as a centre of weaving in the 19th-century meant that Paisley became a world-renowned brand. Today the name is synonymous with the Paisley shawl and Paisley pattern that remain immensely popular across the globe.
No matter if you’re sending your flowers to Ferguslie, Charleston or Blackhall, Floom’s flower delivery in Paisley covers all four corners of this historic town.
Flower of Paisley:
The Forget-me-not (Myosotis) is one of Europe and the world’s best loved flowers. Steeped in legacy and romantic mystique, it is a simple yet alluring blossom that carpets the lowland countryside each spring and summer.
Selected as the floral emblem for its presence throughout the nearby countryside, the Forget-me-not is generally coloured blue, pink, white or yellow and it’s blooming often signals the end of winter in Scotland.
The vibrant colours of this much-loved flower are used by Floom’s Paisley florists to craft some of the region’s most unique arrangements, ideal to surprise someone special with flower delivery in Paisley.