Spring posy bouquet
Delivery dates explained
Your flowers will be sent by 1st class post so we can’t guarantee the exact day of delivery. You can expect flowers to arrive around the date you select. More details below.
Our farm florist has designed a beautiful posy bouquet using plenty of island grown scented narcissi teamed with a colourful mixture of vibrant British tulips and Cornish daffodils all backed with delicate wispy eucalyptus foliage.
The scented narcissi in this posy bouquet are grown on Scilly but the tulips and daffodils are sourced from elsewhere in the UK.
The posy bouquet is presented in a pretty paper sleeve, securely wrapped in a sturdy box lined with dark green tissue paper. Flower food, an informative flower care leaflet and of course your personal message on an attractive gift card are all included.
As with all our flower packs, the price shown includes delivery to mainland UK by Royal Mail 1st class postal service but not any vase or container shown in the photos.
To ensure the best possible vase life, some flowers may arrive less open than shown in the picture.
Sometimes to make sure we are sending out top quality flowers we have to make substitutions therefore the bouquet sent might be different from that description and picture above. Please contact us if you need more information.
All our flowers are sent by 1st class Royal Mail and the price includes delivery to any UK postcode. We can’t guarantee an exact delivery day or time.
This is how it works
For example, if you selected a Friday delivery your flowers will leave the Isles of Scilly on Wednesday and should arrive either Thursday, Friday or Saturday. However due to our remote location occasionally the post is delayed, usually due to weather.
Because every rule has an exception...
If you selected a Tuesday delivery your flowers will leave the Isles of Scilly on Monday and should arrive either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
All our flowers are guaranteed
If you ever have a problem with our service let us know as soon as possible so we can put things right.
We don't send flowers on ...
...weekends and bank holidays because we want your flowers to be as fresh as possible. This is why some days are blanked out on the calendar.
What happens if no one is home
All our boxes are clearly labelled, ‘Fresh flowers please leave’. The postman makes the final decision to leave them or not. In the vast majority of cases flowers are left in a safe place. Don't forget all our flowers are guaranteed.
Deliveries in December
Royal Mail are very busy in the run up to Christmas and delivery can take slightly longer. Any December delivery dates are only approximate guidelines.