Freddie’s Flowers | Review

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*I was sent this bunch of flowers for review purposes, however, all opinions are my own as always. 

I rarely get the chance to enjoy fresh blooms as I’m rather frugal with my hard-earned pennies so they tend to be a treat that’s strictly for special occasions. Freddie’s Flowers offered to send me a bunch of flowers to cheer up the gloomy November days and I happily accepted.

Here’s a little bit about Freddie’s Flowers:

Freddie Garland is the name behind the flowers (yes, that is his real surname). He was brought up by florist parents and is now on a mission to add ‘a little bit of zen joy to homes across the country by delivering gloriously fresh flowers’.

For £22 a week, you can have a box of beautiful fresh flowers delivered straight to your door. I found the website is a little bit lacking in practical details (subscription options, location etc) but they have a beautifully designed, informative blog and the images are a work of art!

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I’ll be honest, I felt a bit spoilt when a huge box of flowers arrived at the office, much to the curiosity of my colleagues. When I say a huge box, I’m not kidding; it was massive!

A few hours later, I opened it at home to discover an abundance of luxurious long-stemmed white roses, delicate lisianthus and eucalyptus. The lemony waxflower that was supposed to be inside had been replaced with extra roses which was initially disappointing as waxflowers give off a beautiful, citrusy smell.

However, Freddies Flowers did pop a note in the parcel to explain that frankly, the stems weren’t good enough to send out their customers and I was impressed that they had such good quality control.

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It’s also worth noting that Freddie’s Flowers has some of the freshest, funkiest branding that I’ve seen in a long time. I have a ‘thing’ for fonts and liked the handwritten style of the packaging and informative leaflets provided.

I’ve had these flowers for more than two weeks and they’re still going strong. Although £22 a week is slightly outside of my modest budget, they’d make a beautiful gift/treat for yourself or a loved one and the quality has exceeded any other bunch of flowers that I’ve had before.

Have you tried Freddie’s Flowers yet?

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2 Comments

  • Bethany Jane

    I actually got sent this same bouquet as a birthday present and I loved them so much. They lasted absolutely ages which was so impressive, and they looked beautiful. I also totally know what you mean about the gorgeous font and the massive packaging, haha!
    Beth x Adventure & Anxiety

    19/11/2017 at 2:25 pm Reply
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