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The Flower Folk’s flower subscription service will keep your rooms in bloom all year round

Instantly boost your mood without even having to leave the house thanks to this flower subscription.

Written by Rachael Nichol
Published 24.05.2023

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Flowers are always given to celebrate a special occasion, to commemorate a loss, or show someone how much you love them, but why can’t we receive flowers every week?

Nothing instantly brightens up a room and your mood quite like a bouquet of fresh flowers, and with a flower subscription you can get your floral fix every week without even having to leave the house.

Whether for your home, a workplace, or that lucky someone, one thing’s for certain is that a bunch of bright and beautiful blooms never goes unappreciated. And if you want a regular supply of seasonal flowers delivered to your door, then The Flower Folk’s flower subscription service is the perfect cost-effective choice, whilst also supporting local.

You can only expect the highest-quality, fresh seasonal flowers from this Jesmond florist. With a distinctive naturalist style in all their hand-crafted blooms and sustainability being at the forefront of every one of their floral masterpieces, you’ll find a bouquet for every occasion with the friendly team helping to bring a more personal touch.

Owner, Pip, has a very simple vision – to combine seasonality with quality and to bring a sense of the outdoors in. We caught up with her to find out everything we need to know about The Flower Folk’s flower subscription service

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Why a flower subscription?

Our flower subscriptions bring a lot of joy to our subscribers. Whether bought as a gift, a customer has set up the subscription for themselves, or a business owner wants to brighten up their shop window with a monthly floral display, it’s a lovely thing to be surrounded by fresh flowers. It improves mood, brightens up a room and we ensure to give variety in each subscription, so you get a different bunch each time.

It’s quick and easy to set up, you can pause or cancel at any time, and as a local independent business we really care about our customers, so we take pride in our customer service and are easy to get in touch with if you have any queries regarding your subscription.

What seasonal flowers can we expect to see at the moment?

The changing of seasons into early summer means there are so many flower choices, from locally grown tulips, ranunculus, honestly, blossom, and daffodils to early polytunnel-grown sweet peas, campanula, and sweet Williams. The end of May also means one thing – peonies which are so many people’s favourite. Through our flower subscription service, it’s an easy way to experience some luxe seasonal variety and receive flowers you’ve not tried before.


 How does a flower subscription work?                                       

Choose from either weeklymonthly, or bi-monthly, and have full flexibility by creating an account to manage your flower deliveries. Going on holiday or fancy a break? It’s no problem to pause your subscription until you want to get started again. The subscription will last as long as you want and payments will come out on your delivery day. Our prices range from £20 – £60.

If you’d like to find out more about their flower subscription service, visit The Flower Folk’s website, Instagram and Facebook page.


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