Autumn at Bloomers

Flowers

Roses, Orchids, Hydrangeas, Tulips, Daisies, Gerberas, Custom Arrangements, and more!

Gift Baskets

Curated locally at the Covent Garden Market. Chocolates, Flowers, Produce, Candy, and more!

Celebrations

Weddings, Anniversaries, Holidays, Birthdays, Christmas, Sympathy, Valentine’s Day, and more!

Events

Proposals, Workshops, Gift Basket Creation, Patio Lunches, and any other fun stuff we dream up!

Create your own custom hand-tied bouquet!

It’s easy to create a beautiful custom bouquet for any occasion.  Simply choose your own flowers, colour theme, and bouquet size and we’ll take care of the rest!

Upcoming Events

Can’t make it out to our location at The Covent Garden Market in London? We deliver to London and surrounding areas!

Can’t make it out to our location at The Covent Garden Market in London? We deliver to London and surrounding areas!

Featured Arrangements

  • Pretty and Pink

    With a variety of pink roses, and other blooms looks terrific with the pink mesh.

    $59.00
  • Cheery Gerberas and Seasonal Blooms

    Combining gerberas with other seasonal blooms, gives a nice full look that is appropriate for several occasions.

    $69.00$89.00
  • A Popular Choice

    The fun looking mesh combines beautifully with the flowers.

    $57.00
  • Bold and Beautiful

    We love to mix the hot coloured flowers, to pull off one our favourite arrangements.

    $65.00$93.00

Custom Arrangements

Need help finding the perfect arrangement? We have floral designs to suit any occasion, from weddings to funerals, birthdays and personal celebrations. We offer a large selection of flowers and blooms from across the globe, and our gift baskets–filled with fresh, unique products from London’s Covent Garden Market–are amazing! Our designers have the experience and skill to the create stunning arrangements you want. Have a comment or question? We’re here to help! Enter your information below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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