Stunning flowers, hand-picked just for you
Spoil yourself or someone you know with the beautiful gift of flowers. We have a beautiful array of colour and scent for you to choose from, including potted plants, bouquets and some eye-catching single stems for you to make up your own amazing arrangements. Please note bunches may vary per region.
Big bold colours and large blooming flowers are the perfect way to say “Yay!”. The Celebration bouquet is the floral world’s way of making a grandiose statement in honour of a joyous moment. Birthdays, the birth of a child, a new job or anniversary, this is the arrangement for grand engagements.
There’s very little that can match the beauty of a sunset but this floral exhibition seems to do it effortlessly. With roses, chrysanthemums, cat eyes, lace flowers, Michaelmas daisies, goldenrods and more, the best place for this radiant bouquet is in the arms of a best friend or parent.
With an array of daisies, chrysanthemums, lilies, carnations, cat eyes and more, the floral bouquet is a timeless, classic arrangement that will always elicit smiles and joy. They’re perfect for adding a great splash of colour to greet guests in your home.
What better way to honour the African sky we live under than to bring its beauty and inspiration into your home in the form of flowers. Were it not for the sky, we’d not have such beauty blooming around us and now it’s even easier to let the colour and scent colour and perfume our homes.
If you’re looking to pass on a beautiful word of thanks to someone, you cannot go wrong with an assortment of different coloured roses. Pick colours that would match the recipient’s taste or home or better yet, find roses whose petals are a striking combination of two colours.
One of the most exquisite ways to express your love is with roses. But thanks to the dizzying array of colours, you can do so much more. The iconic red rose is the most enduring symbol of undying love and romance. White roses are perfect for weddings, yellow for birthdays.
Originating from Persia and Turkey, the tulip can be considered the Goldilocks of flowers: not too elegant, too romantic, too big, too small; it’s just right. Their wide range of colours makes them a great choice for any occasion and they’re a favourite for cut flower arrangements.
The ever-colourful iris takes its name from the Greek word for Rainbow and after the Greek goddess, Iris. With their striking colour and form, they’ve come to mean faith, hope, and wisdom. They’re fantastic gifts for friendship, sympathy, get well or just simply because.
Exotic and beautiful, the Phalaenopsis Orchid is known to burst into a beautiful display of colour and arrangement and can keep its flowers for up to three months. These magnificent, statuesque flowers make for stunning birthday gifts and for decorating the home.
Chrysanthemums get their name from the Greeks and it means “golden flower”. That said, they do come in an abundance of different colours, and hence they can have different meanings too. The chrysanthemum flower in general symbolises fidelity, optimism, joy and long life, while red flowers convey love and white truth and loyalty.
Naturally found in the New World tropics from Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay, the anthurium has come to represent hospitality. It is also used to symbolise happiness, so this would be a great plant for a new home or as a gift for a friend or host.
Almost all cacti are succulents, meaning they have very fleshy stems used to conserve water while their spines are highly adapted leaves. Because they’re found in very dry and arid areas, they don’t need much water at all, but love sunlight. They’re great low-maintenance plants that produce beautiful flowers and come in an abundance of shapes and sizes.