Waitrose flower delivery: Luxury bouquets perfect for gifting

Waitrose flowers for delivery

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Waitrose is known for its high-end, quality produce, and its flowers are no different! You can expect fresh flowers through your door, luxury arrangements, and bouquets, perfect for treating that special someone in your life.

And with gifting options available, it's a fantastic choice for all sorts of occasions, from Mother's Day to Easter, for celebrating a new baby or birthdays - you can be safe in the knowledge that your lucky recipient is getting a pick of the best.

We've shared everything you need to know about Waitrose and Partner's flower delivery service and included our favourites that you can order for delivery right now.

Where do I find Waitrose flower delivery?

If you're looking to order flowers with a lower price-tag to just spruce up your own home, you can add flowers to your usual weekly shop delivery by navigating from the Waitrose website to the Groceries tab, dropping down to 'Kitchen, Dining, & Home', selecting 'Outdoor & Garden', and then 'Flowers, Plants & Bulbs'. Here you can find a range of Waitrose brand bouquets, bunches, and spray carnations.

However, if you're looking to treat that special someone or want to explore a greater variety of flowers and bouquets, you should visit Waitrose Florist. As their dedicated website for plants and flowers, you'll be able to find beautiful bouquets perfect for marking occasions, exclusive collections, and a vast range of flower varieties and colours.

What is the price range for Waitrose flower delivery?

Waitrose flowers from Waitrose Florist range from £18 to £65, while plants range in price from £22 to £68.

If these are a little out of your price range, we’d recommend checking out their flower offering available as a part of your grocery shop with prices starting from £3.25. Alternatively, you can check out other supermarket flower delivery services from M&S and Sainsburys or the best cheap flower deliveries for under £23.

What are my options?

  • Bouquets: Seasonal hand-tied bouquets designed exclusively for Waitrose Florist and only available online.

  • Gift bags: Gorgeous displays arranged in gift bags, a welcome gift for special occasions.

  • Letterbox flowers: Budding flowers packaged to fit through your letterbox for you to arrange at home. Great if you want a flower delivery but aren't sure if you or the recipient will be in to receive them.

  • Bunches of flowers: These flowers are delivered in bud for you to arrange and watch them bloom. Larger than letterbox flowers, you can make a single arrangement or split it among several vases.

  • Indoor plants: Bring a touch of greenery into the home, or give as a long-lasting gift. Each comes in beautiful, striking containers.

  • Outdoor plants: Plants to add to your outdoor collection, each in a lovely garden planter that'll add colour to your outdoor space.

  • Gifting Options: If you want to make your flowers extra special, you have the option to add gifts including Neal's Yard Remedies, champagne and fizz, chocolates, and sweet hand-iced biscuits.

  • Emma Bridgewater Collection: Waitrose collaborates seasonal arrangements with Emma Bridgewater's exclusively designed ceramics - quintessentially British and charming.

How quickly does Waitrose deliver flowers?

Waitrose delivers most of their flowers with next-day delivery available if you order by 6pm weekdays, 4pm Saturdays, and 2pm Sundays.

Some of their flowers, delivered by independent florists in association with eFlorist, are available for Same Day delivery if you order before 2pm Monday - Saturday only, perfect if you're looking for a last-minute gift idea a quick pick-me-up.

If you're looking to have your flowers delivered on a Sunday, order from their Sunday delivery collection by 4pm on Saturday, available seven days a week.

Waitrose flower delivery favourites

We've rounded up some of our favourite Waitrose & Partners floral arrangements, available to order right now for delivery to yours or a loved one's door.

These stunning pink foundation roses mixed with shades of orange and complementary foliage are sure to create an impact in your lucky recipient's home. Delivered in bud to last as long as possible, these make a wonderful gift that'll come as a surprise through their door.

Size: Overall height 45-48cm. 14 stems including five pink rose, five cerise rose, three spray rose, and a gypsophelia.

With the cool colours of white and contrasting pale blue that give this bouquet a delicate and fresh touch, this hand-tied bouquet also has a beautiful summer scent. It's also suitable for hospital delivery, great for new baby congratulations, but you should check with the hospital before ordering.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 24 stems including five white British-grown stocks, five blue/lilac British-grown scabious, five white iris, five white roses, and four white British-grown larkspur.

The No.1 flowers that come as part of this Waitrose u0026 Partners bouquet come from specialist growers who know just how to get the largest, most luxurious blooms. Arranged in a stylish gift bag, this'll make a wonderful treat for someone special.

Size: Overall height 35-40cm. 17 stems including four scented cerise roses, three scented peach roses, three scented pale pink roses, three blue clematis, and four greenbell foliage.

Bring the sunshine into someone's home with this bunch of cheerful British-grown sunflowers that arrive ready to arrange however you wish, whether that's grouped together or arranged as a single stem in a vase to make a statement.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 10 stems of British-grown sunflowers.

A vibrant, and elegant birthday gift that goes the distance and keeps on giving, this hot pink calla lily comes in a stylish planter that'll suit most home decor styles. It's a plant that's striking, makes a statement, and will produce an eye-catching display with the vase-shaped flowers.

Size: Overall height 35-45cm. Includes one Calla Lily.

This is another indoor plant, but this one comes with all the trimmings! Treat that someone to miniature pink rose, Charbonnel et Walker truffles, and a bottle of sparkling rosé wine, all presented in a cute, handy basket.

Size: Overall height 26cm. Includes a miniature potted pink rose, Charbonnel et Walker Pink Champagne Truffles (85g), and San Leo Rosato NV sparkling rose wine (75cl) presented in a wicker basket.

One of our top favourites, this bunch of flowers is simple but effective. A wonderful bouquet for most occasions, this seasonal British arrangement is packed with pink and purple stocks that'll fill their home with colour and the fragrance of the sweet scented summer blooms.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 10 stems including five purple British-grown stocks, and five pink British-grown stocks.

Made up of beautiful white lilies and roses, this makes for an elegant and rather grand bouquet suited for the most special occasions. It's worth noting that this bouquet contains pollen that is toxic to cats, so we wouldn't recommend sending to your pet-owning friends or relatives.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 20 stems including six white roses, four white Oriental lilies, a green cordyline, six white iris, and three asparagus.

This playful yet contemporary bouquet is packed with colour, from the sunshine yellow of the sunflowers to the artful blues and purples of the scabious and stocks. A great way to bring the summer sunshine to their home, even if the British weather isn't playing ball.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 20 stems including five British-grown sunflowers, seven British-grown blue scabious, six British-grown purple stocks/burgundy antirrhinum, and two panicum fountain grass.

We don't know about you, but we'd love to receive these ourselves! A perfect blend of pinks, peaches, orange, and white, it's a bright display that doesn't need the typical sunflower yellow to light up a room.

Size: Overall height 48-52cm. 17 stems including three pink germini, two peach germini, three Rose Pink, three Rose Pink, three orange spray rose, a green bell, and two white matricaria.

How to keep flowers fresh for longer

Here is some key and simple guidance from Waitrose Florist, to help your new blooms last as long as possible:

  1. Clean your vase thoroughly. Any lingering bacteria will make your flowers wilt faster.

  2. Fill the vase two-thirds with fresh, lukewarm water and add your flower food. Top up the water the day after receiving your flowers, rather than changing it completely – this way, they benefit from the food for longer.

  3. Remove any foliage that will sit below the waterline to avoid a build-up of debris. If your flowers include roses, you may notice some discoloured outer petals. These are guard petals, which protect the inner petals. Gently remove 2-3 guard petals to reveal these.

  4. Chris Wood, Partner & Head Florist, says: "To keep your flowers blooming beautifully, make sure you trim the stems and refresh their water every few days. This will help extend their vase life." Trim about 2-3cm from the bottom of the stems at a 45-degree angle. This stops the stems from resting on the bottom of the vase and increases their surface area, allowing for better water uptake. Change the water regularly after the second day, topping up the water every other day, and make sure to change it immediately if you notice the water has turned cloudy.

  5. Keep your flowers out of direct sunlight to prolong their life.

  6. Remove any dead or wilting stems from the arrangement to reduce the spread of mould.

For more flower care advice from Waitrose, visit their website for more top tips to keep your blossom healthier for longer.

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