Someone is going to love this gift. The kaleidoscope of radiant colour ensures this striking hand-tied takes centre stage right away. With roses, lilies, carnations, chrysanthemums and so much more, this is certainly the right choice of gift to make an impression. Please Note: Lilies can be toxic to cats and other pets if ingested.
As one of our most popular gifts, this beautiful selection includes classic pink roses and fragrant Oriental lilies with pretty germinis and a sprinkling of gypsophila. This chic and contemporary hand-tied bouquet is rich with texture and detail, and the lilies add a beautiful sweet scent.
It's the timeless beauty and elegant simplicity of this arrangement that makes it special. Exquisite large-headed roses, graceful lilies and a beautiful selection of germinis, lisianthus and spray chrysanthemums make up this chic display, and the looped steel grass adds a contemporary twist.
This vase full of pretty pink and white flowers really is the perfect gift. It's ready to display, easy to look after and it's filled with a selection of favourites.
This is a very elegant, contemporary hand-tied bouquet. Groups of crisp white flowers are beautifully framed by loops of steel grass. It's simple in colour, but intricate in design, and the lilies give a sweet scent to the bouquet.
Surprise and delight them than with this colourful gift bag full of flowers. With vibrant shades of burnt orange, hot pink, sunshine yellow and deep purple, this selection is a celebration of colour and a real feast for the eyes.
Lilies are a real favourite - so elegant and stylish, and they smell divine too. We've kept things simple here, adding just a little foliage to compliment the beautiful flowers, and a tall, slimline glass vase to display them in. Simple, chic, and a beautiful gift.
This certainly is a bouquet to remember with its exotic array of warm pink, sparkling white and rich purple, all interspersed with lush green foliage. These stunning orchids are the stars of this impressive design. See how their delicately patterned petals seem to shimmer in the light?