Send a friend, a loved one or a family member a beautiful bunch of flowers from our collection. We have a gorgeous range of floral arrangements to say congratulations, to send someone anniversary or birthday wishes. We have hot pink blooms for your best friend and bright white lilies to welcome your loved ones to their new home. Whatever the occasion, whether it is Valentine’s or Mother’s Day, Christmas or Easter, we will get it right.
Bromley Flower Shop is based in the heart of Bromley covering all BR post codes. Our experienced & creative team will look after your order and send the most fresh & beautiful bouquet each time accompanied by the hand-written message of your choice. Our flowers arrive fresh on the daily basis, so rest assured every single bouquet that leaves our studio is at the highest quality.
It might be of interest to learn that the florists here at Bromley Flower Shop have multiple passions. For flowers, the history of our historic town as part of Greater London, and the historic county of Kent, to name but a few. With this in mind, take a moment to learn a brief history of the area, its native flowers and the stunning natural beauty to be found here.
Bromley is traditionally a market town, receiving its charter in 1158, and has a population of around 90,000. As can be expected of an historic market town, there are plenty of green spaces in the area, despite being located approximately 15km south of Charing Cross in central London. The location of the town on a major coaching route, added to the opening of a railway station in 1858, were vital to its development from an agrarian village town to a centre of commerce and retail. As a result of the sharp population growth in the 20th century Bromley was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1903, becoming part of the London Borough of Bromley in the ceremonial county of Greater London in 1965 for administrative purposes. Despite being one of the 32 boroughs which make up Greater London, historically it is incorporated in the county of Kent and this connection is still felt to this day. Kent is an historic county and is known as the ‘Garden of England’, and it is this connection to nature that has helped inspire artisanal florists, not to mention the numerous green fingered locals and visitors.
Kent claims to be the oldest county in the UK and contains over 17,000 listed buildings. One of the most ubiquitous buildings in the county are its oast-houses, which have tall pyramidal or conical roofs. These buildings are, in fact, old kilns which were used for drying hops. Hops were once grown throughout the county, and they are actually the county flower of Kent. Humulus lupulus, to give it its scientific name, was an essential component in the brewing process for which the county is historically known.
That is not say that Bromley does not have its own green spaces where florists, plant lovers and animal lovers can find inspiration, relaxation and enjoy various leisure activities. In fact, there are over 100 parks and open spaces within the borough, some large like Crystal Palace Park and some merely recreation grounds. Many of these open spaces are incorporated in the Bromley Biodiversity Plan, which has led to the establishment of many Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserves. What more can you expect from a borough which was home to Charles Darwin for approximately 40 years? In fact, Keston Common in Bromley was once part of the estate of Holwood House, and when ponds were installed to provide water for the house, Darwin was a frequent visitor to study the flowers, plants and animals that thrived in the newly created habitat. He credited the area for being integral to his study of earth worms, and carnivorous flowers and plants.
Jubilee Country Park covers 62 acres, is located in Petts Wood and forms part of a wildlife corridor with Scadbury Park. It comprises of ancient woodland and grassland. The grassland has a large collection of rare flower species such as the corkyfruit water dropwart, whilst the woodland is home to abundant hawthorn species. Scadbury Park extends over 300 acres and is also a scientifically important example of ancient woodland, particularly oaks, and flowers including lily of the valley, which is extremely rare. It is also home to London’s largest population of protected great crested newts. When the local plants are in flower the area is home to numerous pollinators such as butterflies and bees.
As passionate, local florists with a love for nature, we can provide bouquets and flower arrangements for any occasion. Don’t forget, if you have any ambitions as an amateur florist, Bromley and the surrounding countryside can provide all the inspiration one could wish for. Or you can leave it to passionate, artisanal florists like us.
Flowers Authentically Made
The Flower Shop network is one of the best producers of bouquets in the United Kingdom. All the florists who make up the bouquets as you see them on the site are well-experienced designers, and your bouquets are in expert hands when you order from us. We are committed to provide you the freshest flowers that are guaranteed to make the receiver of your flowers happy.
We offer a guaranteed 7-day freshness. With this, we are certain that our flowers are well-received. And if you are not entirely satisfied, we will resend fresh flowers or refund your money, whichever you prefer. Guaranteed 100% fresh and clean flowers will be delivered safely to your recipient and can last for days. For tips on how to care for your flowers after delivery, you may visit our blog and read our flower care guide to make sure that your flowers receive all the care they need.