Cool London florists that deliver straight to your door


othing lifts the spirits like a beautiful bunch of your favourite flowers.

Whether you’re looking to brighten up your home ahead of the bank holiday weekend, or send something special to a loved one, we’ve put together a list of some of London’s best independent florists who deliver straight to your door.

Sage Flowers

Sage Flowers

This super cool, independent florist is a favourite among the south London cool kids. Sage’s eye-catching pink lily bouquets kick-started a trend over lockdown and have been immortalised as flower “inspo” across Instagram. Founders Romy St Clair and Iona Mathieson’s are advocates for young female entrepreneurship, and committed to “diversifying and decolonising” floristry. The Peckham locals have an A-list following, having previously worked with both Stormzy and Rihanna.

Like the sound of (alcohol-free) cocktails and flowers? Until June 1, Sage has teamed up with non-alcoholic spirit brand Atopia to offer a limited edition sunset-inspired floral bouquet (£60) which comes with a free bottle of one of the brand’s two new flavours (Hedgerow Berry or Rhubarb & Ginger) worth £23.


Bramble & Moss

Bramble & Moss

This independent florist based in Richmond, is as pretty as a picture, and their seasonal bouquets don’t disappoint. Specialising in cute, rustic bouquets the florists at Bramble & Moss are known to add unusual touches to their floral creations, like feathers and dried fruit. Their whimsical bouquets spotlight British favourites such as roses, peonies and hydrangeas.


Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel

Rebel Rebel, as you’d expect from their name, was founded in 2000, with the aim of disrupting the floristry industry. Their bold bouquets are sure to add colour to your mum’s front room. Florists and founders Mairead Curtin and Athena Duncan source their flowers from New Covent Garden Market every day and sell them in Hackney’s super cool Mare street. They have provided the flowers for a slew of high profile events and clients including, London Fashion week, Bafta and Harrods.


Scarlet & Violet

Scarlet & Violet

This west London stalwart is the visionary behind Kate Moss’s now iconic etheral wedding bouquet. Founded by Vic Brotherson, they specialise in eclectic, dreamy designs — if the manic pixie dream girl aesthetic were a bouquet — it would be arranged by Scarlet & Violet. Dedicated to using what’s in season, the flowers are hand-picked by British growers every morning and make a perfect vintage-inspired Mother’s Day gift.


That Flower Shop

That Flower Shop

Founded in 2012 on a small back street in Shoreditch, this bijou flower shop is a riot of colour and eclectic design. Spearheaded by founder Hattie Fox, the bouquets are inspired by the natural world, art and botany, making for some unique creations. The company places a huge emphasis on sustainability and seasonability, growing all their flowers on their own farm in Kent, and harvesting them by hand. That Flower Shop won the gold medal for London’s annual public flower display Chelsea in Bloom in 2019.


Jam Jar Flowers

Jam Jar

Founded in 2009 by Melissa Richardson, Jam Jar flowers is now a five-strong team of talented floral lovers delivering flowers across the capital. Prices start from £50 for flowers in a jam jar and go up to £200 for a bouquet delivered in an enamel bucket. The team also runs Jam Jar Edit — selling bespoke flower pressings, wallpaper and gift sets.


The Flower Station

Flower Station

London’s only 24-hour flower delivery service, The Flower Station offers super nifty florals any time of day or night. Bouquets are bright and colourful, and start from a wallet-friendly £19.99. Flowers can be delivered as is or with a variety of vases or even a teddy bear and a box of Cadbury chocolates. Yum!




Petalon promises same-day bouquet deliveries across London. Every Sunday morning, the team posts two types of seasonal bouquets that they will be delivering the following week, fresh from the flower growers and wrapped in natural hessian. Five per cent of each £42 bouquet order goes towards the Bee Collective and for every 100 bouquets it posts it plants a tree in Britain.


Grace & Thorn

This Hackney-based flower shop was founded in 2011 by Nik Southern with the aim to ‘#greenupyourgaff’. Since then, it has amassed a cult following of east London locals, who come here to buy their house plants and colourful bouquets. No bunch of flowers at Grace & Thorn is ever the same, favouring asymmetric arrangements and unsual flower varieties, no wonder Rosamund Pike is a big fan.