PUBLISHED July 19th, 2018 05:00 pm | UPDATED January 3rd, 2022 10:49 am
Few sights can make our smiles bloom like flowers – these fragrant bunches of joy have a way of getting our feel-good juices flowing. Whether you’re surprising that special someone or beautifying your home, we’ve picked out the best florists in Singapore who’re creating poetry in a vase. From bespoke blossoms to make your loved one feel special, to round-the-clock delivery for those last-minute surprises, these florists have got you covered.
Little Flower Hut
Need some blooms for the booze lover in your life? Little Flower Hut’s quirky Happy Hour-themed collections are sure to have them drunk on love. From the candy-pinkMargarita Sweetest(S$129.90) to the cheerful Martini Summer(S$119.90), each bouquet comes arranged in a cocktail glass and decked out with garnishes. For something more cuddly, their hand-crafted Teddy Bears are another unusual option – think aww-worthy, bear-shaped floral arrangements in sizes of up to a metre. Flower bouquets here start from a budget-friendly S$29.90, including free delivery. With 24/7 customer service and same-day delivery for orders before 5pm, getting your floral needs sorted here is a breeze.
Little Flower Hut is located at 25 Jalan Chegar, Singapore 578483, p. +65 6503 9750, e. [emailprotected]. Open daily 24/7.
Flowers and Kisses
If your love for that special someone is beyond words, let Flowers and Kisses do the talking instead. Using fresh blooms handpicked from the market each morning, this online florist crafts eloquent, made-to-order bouquets for all occasions. The Uniquely Madehand bouquet (S$48++) makes for a truly customised gift – simply give a description of your recipient and occasion, and the florists will do the rest – while their preserved bouquets in seasonal themes, from dainty pink Springto elegant blue Winter(S$69) will no doubt express the timelessness of your love. What’s more, order before 4pm and you’re guaranteed free same-day delivery – how’s that for fuss-free gifting?
Shop Flowers and Kisses online here.
Who says bespoke blooms need to be heavy on your wallet? E-commerce store FARM Florist is changing the game with their quality, farm-fresh flowers, boasting pocket-friendly price tags starting from S$25. If you aren’t quite sure how to express your feelings with flowers, let their Surprise Bouquet(S$29++) do the talking. This freestyle bouquet is crafted to the inspiration of their experienced florists – all you need to do is customize the number of main flowers you’d like, along with the occasion, age, and gender of your giftee. Take your pick of add-on gifts like heart-shaped balloons and huggable plush toys, then sit back and wait for your free delivery of floral goodness (same-day and one-hour delivery at an additional S$10).
Shop FARM Florist here.
With flower subscription services and same-day delivery, it’s easy to get your daily hit of beautiful blooms at Flower Addict. Starting from an affordable S$35, their all-new Market Style collection makes simplicity stylish with single-variety bunches to brighten your home. If you can’t do without your regular dose of florals, their flower subscription service delivers weekly, monthly, or fortnightly – new subscribers will even get a free vase along with secateurs!
For gifting, take your pick from their customizable arrangements (from S$69), then pair your blooms with their luxurious range of gifts such as premium chocolates and champagne. They’re perfect for special occasions such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and even Christmas.
Shop Flower Addict online here.
Despite being a high-flying banker, Wendy Han never forgot her childhood passion for flowers. In 2017, she made the leap from finance to florals by launching Floristique. Sourced directly from flower farms, her blooms come in artful arrangements and affordable prices, with bouquets for all occasions starting from just S$39.90. ILU says those three little words in a classic array of roses and baby’s breath, while the sunflower-bright Summer will cheer up anyone’s day. If you have bespoke designs in mind, you’re welcome to chat with her at her studio as well. She’s got your back in any floral emergency too – same-day free delivery is available for orders placed before 2pm!
Shop Floristique online here, or visit the studio space at Primax, 22 New Industrial Rd, #01-11/12, Singapore 536208, p. +65 8031 9620/6904 4046. Open Mon-Fri 6.30am-2:30pm and Sat-Sun 6.30am-12pm.
With its free and speedy delivery service, it’s no wonder Flower Chimp is Southeast Asia’s bouquet queen. This regional online florist boasts a sprawling range of blooms for all budgets, from charming bunches below S$50 to the jaw-droppingly romantic 99 Roses (S$224.90). If your loved one has a sweet tooth, a Trinity Box (from S$84.90) of chocolates and blossoms is guaranteed to win them over. Best of all, you don’t need to fret about last-minute surprises – just get your order in before 1pm and enjoy same-day delivery islandwide!
Shop Flower Chimp online here.
Charlotte Puxley Flowers
For British florist Charlotte Puxley, home is where the heart is. Before starting her modest studio in Singapore, Charlotte worked with celebrated industry experts Jane Packer and Scarlet & Violet in London. She’s brought all the wild beauty of the English countryside to our sunny shores, from Clean and Green classics to luxuriant Ruby Reds (from S$110). Each bouquet is lovingly tailored to customers’ needs, so you can be sure of enjoying creations with their own special charm. Set off your gorgeous blooms with her stunning array of handblown pickle vases, specially sourced from Hungary.
Charlotte Puxley Flowersis located at 315 Outram Rd, #08-07 Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074, p. +65 6904 4980.Open Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm, Sat 9am – 12pm. Closed Sun.
Poppy Flora Studio
20 years ago, advertising executive Sarah Lim took the plunge and dove into the wild field of floristry. Now one of Singapore’s leading floral designers, Poppy Flora Studio creates textured, jewel-toned arrangements that ‘dance’ rather than staying in uniform bundles. With inspired bunches like Claude Monet(from S$189) and Romeo and Juliet (from S$189), you’ll certainly make the art buff in your life swoon. And if you’re up for making your own fragrant live art, Poppy’s floral arrangement workshops (from S$180) will get your inner florist blooming.
Poppy Flora Studiois located at 9A Dempsey Road, Singapore 247698, p. +65 9188 1247. Open daily 10am – 5pm.
Ask A French
Ask A French – in this case, Paris-bornfleuriste Aude Giraud – and you’re sure to receive floral chic in spades. Counting fashion icons like Chanel, Repetto, and Bvlgari among her past clients, this journalist-turned-florist is known for her poetic creations inspired by classic still-life paintings. Each of herSurprise Bouquets(from S$68) are crafted with the freshest flowers of the day and entirely unique – just as unique as the loved one you’re pampering, of course!
Shop Ask A French online here.
The Floral Atelier
If you can’t get enough of the natural perfume of flowers, feast your nose on The Floral Atelier’s complementary scents. Each elegant bouquet and bloom box comes with the option to add scents from Seoul-based brand Soohyang (from S$35), in the form of candles, diffusers, home sprays, and more. Pair their striking Dreamer Bloom Boxwith romantic wafts of La Vie en Rose, or spice up your bouquets with some fruity Champagne Supernova.
‘Roses are red, violets are blue’ – Roses Only proves this nursery rhyme just isn’t true. This popular Aussie brand brings us roses in every shade of the rainbow, from delicate mauve purple to sunshine yellow to swirls of cherry brandy orange. To symbolize your lasting love, get your special someone a box of Infinity Roses (from S$119) – real blooms treated with an eco-friendly solution to preserve their fresh colours for a whole year.
Roses Onlyis located at 565 Thomson Road, Singapore 298184, p. +65 6256 1818. Open Mon-Fri 8am – 5pm, Sat 9am – 12pm. Closed Sun.
The Bloom Box
Who says flowers should be a luxury only for special occasions? Rooted in the belief that blooms can bring everyday joy, The Bloom Box surprises you with fresh new arrangements every day. Sitting pretty in their signature bloom box (S$35), these wallet-friendly creations come with free islandwide delivery and self-collection options. Perfect for those ‘thinking of you’ and ‘just because’ kinds of gifts.
The Bloom Box is located at CT Hub, 2 Kallang Ave #05-03, Singapore 339407, e. [emailprotected] Open Mon-Fri, delivery timing 10am – 6pm and self-collection 10am – 2pm.
Using premium blooms that last longer than the average flower, Petite Fleur effortlessly crafts bouquets that are both graceful and whimsical. With quirky designs like the Fancy Floral Teacup(S$78) and the fairy-light-filled Glass Dome Arrangement(S$129), your special someone can’t help but be smitten. Want to amp up the dramatic factor? Check out their signature hot air balloons (from $148) festooned with ribbons and customizable wishes.
Petite Fleur is located at 22 New Industrial Road #03-18/19, Primax Building, Singapore 536208, p. +65 9270 8473. Open 8am – 5pm daily, by appointment only.
This small family florist has been bringing Singapore big blooms and huge smiles since 1997. Their Rustic series (from S$33) will brighten anyone’s day with a dose of pastoral idyll, from wild mixes of eryngium and wheat to lovely lavender bunches. For special occasions, their bouquet-and-cheesecake bundles make celebration sweet yet fuss-free. And speaking of convenience, they’ve got on-demand dried flowers in vending machines across Singapore, including Raffles City and Tiong Bahru Plaza.
Windflower Florist is located at Primax, 22 New Industrial Rd, #02-27/28, Singapore 536208, p. +65 9785 2570. Open Mon-Fri 9am – 7pm, Sat 9am – 5pm, Sun 9am – 2pm.
Bespoke blooms at pocket-friendly prices are the name of the game at One Olive. All you need to do is choose your budget, bouquet shape, and floral colours, then fall in love with the petite bouquets (from S$90) and custom arrangements (from S$200) they’ll put together for you. Their range of ready-made florals are equally enchanting, though our favourite bouquet has to be the Zante Bolero(S$280) – a dramatic cascade of calla lilies and elegant phaleanopsis orchids.
One Oliveis located at61 Seng Poh Lane, #01-01, Singapore 160061, p. +65 6779 3543. Open Tues-Sat 11.30am – 7pm, Sun 11.30am – 4pm. Closed Mon.
If you love to stop and smell the flowers, keep your home well-supplied with Wonderland Botanicals’ subscription service.Flowers for the Home delivers weekly blossoms to your door, based on your floral style and type of room you’re planning to adorn. From muted hues inspired by Scandinavian minimalism, to eye-catching arrangements in jewel tones, their range of fresh blooms will match your interior decor in style.
Shop Wonderland Botanicals online here.
Can you imagine walking down the aisle on your big day with a lackluster wedding bouquet? The day before her wedding, Ching took matters into her own hands and refashioned her florist’s unsatisfactory bouquet, discovering her talent for floral arrangement in the process. Now, her studio Triceratops makes ordering flowers fun and fuss-free. Simply enter your budget along with your recipient’s age, style, favourite colours, and hobbies, and await your lush surprise at your door!
Triceratopsis located at2 Kallang Ave, #07-10, Singapore 339407, p. +65 6444 7848. Open Mon-Fri 10am – 5pm.
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As one of the more popular garden flowers in Singapore, peonies are usually sold as cut flowers and used in commercial bouquets by florists. These large flowers have a fragrant scent and are known as the Chinese king of flowers. You can usually find peonies in shades of white, pink and red.
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Majority of the fresh flowers come from China, Kenya, Netherlands (Holland) and Malaysia, followed by Australia and South Africa. Some also hail from Colombia, Ecuador, India, Italy. That's the reason why cost of flowers in Singapore are so much more expensive than in other countries!What is standard deluxe premium flowers? ›
For most bouquets and arrangements on our website, you are given the option of Standard, Deluxe, or Premium sizes. But what does that mean? As you can see, standard has the least amount of flowers, premium has the most, and deluxe is somewhere in between.What flowers are good for Singapore? ›
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Ever wondered which flower is responsible for the often-seen display of a pink 'carpet' on the grounds of Singapore? Commonly known as the Trumpet Tree or Pink Poui but fondly known as “Singapore's cherry blossoms”, the Tabebuia rosea is a perennial tree in Singapore that grows to about 18 to 35 m tall.What is the best website to order flowers from? ›
- 1-800-Flowers. Best flower delivery service overall. ...
- ProFlowers. Best for a wide selection of flowers and gifts. ...
- Teleflora. Best for same-day flower delivery. ...
- Bouqs. Best for unique, farm-fresh flowers. ...
- Amazon. Best for convenient, fast flower delivery. ...
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The reason delivery on flowers is so expensive is that there are just not enough of them going around for the price to be lowered. When you order things from other online distributors, you probably get free shipping because they have discounted rates with UPS, FedEx, and others.How do I ship a floral arrangement? ›
Use cable ties, cleats, or bands to attach the flower stems to the box or to an insert inside the box. Make sure the ties or bands are tight enough to keep the flowers from moving around while in transit. Fill the extra space around the flowers with packing paper, newspaper, or other cushioning material.How long do fresh flowers last? ›
Flowers can stay fresh for about a week, but if you take care of them properly, your blooms will be perky for about 7-12 days. Following these easy tips will help your flowers stay healthy and colorful for up to a week longer.
Loose flowers are plucked from plants without stalk just below the calyx. These are in great demand, especially in Asian countries, and used for making veni, rangoli, bracelets, hair adornments for women and garlands, for garden displays, religious offerings and decorative purposes.What is the difference between premium roses and regular roses? ›
Premium roses feature larger-than-average heads and are chosen for their high quality, hence their size and higher petal count. The size of the head will vary depending on the roses' maturity. High-quality roses will feature a head that is firm at the base, or at the “hip” where the rose meets the stem.Is premium or deluxe better? ›
Premium does not mean the best. It simply means better. Definition 10: of exceptional quality or greater value than others of its kind; superior: a wine made of premium grapes. Deluxe, in this context, means "High or highest in quality", according to the dictionary, though it is held in more esteem than premium.How big is a deluxe bouquet? ›
The Deluxe Bouquet is approximately 18"H x 16"W. Designed by florists, ready to display. For long–lasting blooms, replace the water daily.Is Poppy illegal in Singapore? ›
Poppy seeds are classified as prohibited goods by the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB).How many flowers are there in Singapore? ›
True to our reputation as a city in a garden, Singapore has a stunning array of 2,200 plant species, including many flowering trees and shrubs that beautify our sidewalks, parks and forests.What are the purple spring flowers called? ›
Rhododendron (Rhododendron) – A member of the rhododendron family, daphnoides rhododendron have large purple blooms. A springtime flower, they produce a bell-shaped bloom and a unique fragrance.Are there cherry blossoms in Singapore? ›
March is a month of cherry blossoms in Singapore, filled with excitement and joy. Gardens by the Bay host the largest cherry blossom display in the city called "Sakura Matsuri Floral Display." It's hard to predict when the full bloom begins, but the first flowers usually appear in early March.Does Singapore have cherry blossom? ›
Gardens by the Bay Sakura 2022—Cherry Blossoms Display With Tokidoki Theme. We can't travel to Japan just yet but fret not, a trip to Garden by the Bay's annual cherry blossom event is a great way to enjoy sakura in Singapore!What is the best day to order flowers? ›
Most flower shops restock on Monday mornings
That's the time to place an order. Fridays and Saturdays are good days to ask what's on special.
With 93 years of flower gifting, Interflora is the world's largest and most experienced flower delivery network with over 58,000 florists and 140 countries worldwide!What do yellow roses mean? ›
Yellow Roses: Friendship and Joy
Yellow roses symbolize friendship and joy. They are also used to represent those feelings that are associated with friendship such as warmth, delight, gladness, caring, and affection. These blooms were once used to communicate jealousy, during the Victorian era.
We recommend that you place your order two to four weeks before your event for custom bouquets. If you plan to order seasonal flowers, consider doing so even earlier.What is the most expensive flower in the world? ›
The Kadupul Flower is at the top of our list, even though it has never been sold for more than the other flowers in the list. The simple reason why the Kadupul Flower is the champion of the most expensive flowers in the world list is: it is completely priceless. No amount of money could ever buy this flower.Why are flowers so expensive 2021? ›
Uncertainty during the early days of the pandemic and lingering supply chain issues have left some varieties of flowers in short supply and raised prices on others, florists said.How do you transport a large flower arrangement? ›
How to Transport Wedding Flowers Packaging and ... - YouTubeHow do you pack flowers in a suitcase? ›
How To Transport Flowers - YouTubeHow much does it cost to ship plants? ›
How Much Does It Cost to Ship Plants? The average cost for agriculture shipping depends on the distance. It costs $2.03 per mile to transport agriculture less than 100 miles, but costs $1.46 per mile to transport agriculture less than 1000 miles.How many flowers are in Singapore? ›
True to our reputation as a city in a garden, Singapore has a stunning array of 2,200 plant species, including many flowering trees and shrubs that beautify our sidewalks, parks and forests.Can we grow sunflowers in Singapore? ›
And since Singapore is a tropical country with plenty of sunshine all year round, Sunflowers can grow and thrive here, contrary to usual belief. So make sure your Sunflower has proper drainage, sufficient water, and has 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight in a day, and you'll achieve the sunflower Eden of your dreams.
Can you grow peonies in Singapore? The short answer is no. Peonies flourish best in temperate climates, as opposed to our tropical one. They require long periods of dormancy each cycle; whereby the plant is not dead but does not bloom as it is in a resting state to conserve energy.Is Allamanda a creeper? ›
Allamanda is an evergreen, vigorous, perennial, woody compact shrub or creeping shrub. The creeping varieties also climb a few meters on a support. Stems contain milky sap. Leathery, yellow-green to dark green leaves grow in whorls of two or four.What is the National Flower of Singapore? ›
On 15 April 1981, then Minister for Culture Mr S. Dhanabalan announced the launch of Vanda Miss Joaquim as Singapore's National Flower.What is Singapore Chinese National Flower? ›
Zhuojin wandailan (卓锦万黛兰), meaning “orchid of everlasting excellence” in Mandarin. 1. “Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim (Previously Known as Vanda Miss Joaquim),” Singapore Botanic Gardens, accessed 14 September 2016.Who is Miss Agnes Joaquim? ›
Ashkhen Hovakimian (Agnes Joaquim) (b. 7 April 1854, Singapore - d. 2 July 1899, Singapore) was a Singaporean Armenian who bred Singapore's first hybridised orchid hybrid, Vanda 'Miss Joaquim'. Joaquim was inducted into the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame in 2015.What is the easiest flower to grow in Singapore? ›
As Singapore's national flower, it's no surprise that Orchids are suitable for our local climate. One of the easiest breeds to grow at home is the Phalaenopsis Orchid, which is available in various colours like yellow, white and purple.
A tropical plant that is low maintenance, this species is ideal for Singapore weather. All you need to do is water once a week or when the top layer of soil gets dry. Place your plant in an area with bright but indirect sunlight and keep the soil well drained. The elegant Peace Lily is a household favourite.How do you grow a successful sunflower? ›
Sunflowers should be planted 1 to 1½ inches deep and about 6 inches apart after the soil has thoroughly warmed. If you wish, you can plant multiple seeds and thin them to the strongest contenders when the plants are six inches tall. Give plants plenty of room, especially for low-growing varieties that will branch out.What's the meaning of peonies? ›
More than simply looking fabulous and standing the test of time, though, the peony is also full of meaning. Generally symbolic of love, honor, happiness wealth, romance, and beauty, the peony is traditionally given on special occasions as an expression of goodwill, best wishes, and joy.Are peony bushes perennials? ›
Peonies are perennials that come back every year to take your breath away. In fact, the plants may live longer than you do—some have been known to thrive for at least 100 years.
Allamanda (Allamanda cathartica) blooms profusely throughout the year, except for its winter break. One of the most popular yellow-flowering ornamental plants for Florida, allamanda is also one of the easiest to establish in a sunny or part-sun garden.Why is my Allamanda turning yellow? ›
Temperature. As summer turns to fall and early winter, allamanda plants naturally drop some of their oldest leaves. The leaves first take on yellowy hues. Temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit often promote more leaf drop, and a light frost may fully yellow a plant, followed by leaf drop a day or two later.What vegetable has small yellow flowers? ›
Flowers: Parsnip flowers are very small and bright yellow, growing in in a loose umbrella shape.