Ordering Flowers As Christmas Presents


I'm aware that its only July but I am really trying to get ahead of myself this year with christmas presents as I always end up guilt spending when I leave it closer to the time.

So with a clearer head, I have a few friends and family members i went to send christmas flowers to instead. Does anyone know when places start to offer this service as I don't want to pay a premium for leaving it too late? And does anyone know anywhere in particular that offers christmas flowers for a decent price (£20-£30)?

Any help is greatly appreciated! :)


  • Upsidedown_Bear
    Upsidedown_Bear Forumite Posts: 18,264
    10,000 Posts Combo Breaker
    I use Bunches for Christmas flowers.
    I can't remember when they start to offer Christmas flowers sorry - if you contact them I'm sure they'll be able to tell you though.
  • Quackers1
    Quackers1 Forumite Posts: 107 Forumite
    I second bunches - they usually send out discount codes regularly, so it might be worth signing up with the site now?

    I used them last year for sending some Christmas flowers and they were fabulous.
  • clrat25
    clrat25 Forumite Posts: 97
    Part of the Furniture Combo Breaker
    You could call local florists and place orders with them directly - plenty will take orders months in advance, and you won't be paying service charges that are hidden in the relay services
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