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What are Lizzie’s Bundles?

What are Lizzie's bundles? It's simple!
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Lizzie’s Bundles are just that… bundles of flowers…  tied by hand….  with a little love… by me…. Lizzie….. and my team of helpers… who are as bonkers as me!… You may recognise me as Elizabeth from the BBC Apprentice.

We fill each Lizzie’s bundle with as many stems of fresh flowers as we can… plus a little foliage too… All fresh picked daily….. and winging its way to you.

Wrapped simply…. sent with a personal bundle note…. You can send a Lizzie’s bundle as a gift… or treat yourself!

The concept of Lizzie’s Bundles has come from the part of working with flowers that I enjoy the most and what I feel is the essence of good floristry. That is, the joy of finding those special little somethings, and putting them together fresh that day for people to enjoy. Simple tied bundles offered at the best possible value, no nonsense, just honest good value, fresh flowers, tied and wrapped simply and sent out tip top fresh.

I want people to be able to easily purchase a bundle of flowers and leave it to myself and my team of florists to make you something special, using our skills and knowledge to make you a lovely bundle of loveliness, a Lizzie’s Bundle.
So take a sneaky peaky at our bundle choice.



"Excellent service and beautiful flowers supplied. The lady on the phone was so helpful and offered a variety of choices to me. My daughter in law was thrilled with the flowers she received and commented how long they had lasted. Will definatly use this shop again!"


"They were gorgeous & well arranged for a good price! "


"Always fresh and beautiful flowers, always on time, always a pleasure dealing with the business. Big thank you!!! Jacky "


"good service"


"Your promise was delivered which made the surprise of sending flowers to a loved one very special. Thank you for your care and attention "

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