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Selsey Flower Delivery

Using Floom, it’s easier than ever to send spectacular bouquets from a Selsey florist. Choose from our list of carefully selected flower shops to make ordering in Selsey quicker, easier and more unique than ever before.

Floom’s same day flower delivery feature allows you to choose from a wide selection of flower compositions, confident that your order for Selsey flower delivery will arrive promptly and in fabulous condition every time.

Surprise somebody close to you with a selection of pretty bloomers from a Selsey flower shop.

To send a stunning bouquet from florists in Selsey, simply 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 Selsey.

Why send flowers with Floom?

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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!
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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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Selsey's Finest Independent Florists

Selsey is a seaside town of about 10,000 at the southernmost point of the Manhood peninsula in the southern English county of West Sussex.

Nearby Chichester is a beautiful city that is home to an impressive Gothic-style Cathedral that traces its roots all the way back to the 12th-century. With a spattering of Roman ruins, a thriving arts scene and a quaint yet bustling high-street, locals in Selsey often visit the city of Chichester.

Herstmonceux Castle is one of the most impressive castles in all of England and also one of the nation’s oldest brick buildings. Built in the 15th century in West Sussex, near Selsey, the structure has been expertly restored and today it functions as a study centre. With lush gardens open to the public, the castle is a popular attraction with locals in Selsey who come to enjoy the the countryside around the castle, which becomes filled with wildflowers each summer.

Flower of Selsey

Round-headed Rampion (Phyteuma orbiculare) is also often referred to as Pride of Sussex. For this reason it is Floom’s choice for floral emblem of Selsey.

Native to Sussex, this herbaceous perennial plant can be easily identified by its eye-catchingly bright blue flowers, which are at their best in summer. Florists in Selsey are particularly fond of the Round-headed Rampion as it brings a flash of local colour to bouquets and arrangements for Floom’s flower delivery in Selsey.