The flowers are packed into bespoke boxes that are designed to fit through your letterbox, and are sent first class so that they usually arrive the next day. I thought that when they were delivered they would be rather dead and droopy in a squashed cardboard box. But no.. these arrived in absolutely perfect condition! The flowers were packaged so that they were fully protected, and the flower heads even had protective packaging on them. Bloom & Wild also pride themselves on the fact that their flowers last longer than other online florists or supermarkets (more than ten days), as they cut out the middleman.
The flowers I received were made up of asiatic yellow lilies, zembla chrysanthemum, cream saniti madibar and solidago. The lilies aren’t opened up in these photos, but once they were in some water they bloomed beautifully! They are a really bold and vibrant selection of flowers, and they’ve certainly brightened up my dressing room! Another thing that really impressed me was how many flowers arrived. I have actually managed to fill two vases as there were so many! They’re great value for money in my opinion, subscriptions start from only £13.95!
Overall I’m thrilled with my flowers, and I think the whole concept of letterbox deliveries, as well as a subscription service, is wonderful. I think any lucky lady would be thrilled to receive a subscription to Bloom & Wild.. it would make a perfect gift! Thank you Bloom & Wild for my lovely flowers!
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