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    Is there any better gesture than a big bunch of blooms delivered to your door? We reckon they’re pretty hard to beat – and luckily, when it comes to florists, Perth is truly spoilt for choice. Whether you’re saying congrats, happy birthday or sorry (we’ve all been there), here are our favourite florists to order from without even leaving the couch.

    Ebb and Fleur

    Expertly crafted by Hayli Nguyen, Ebb & Fleur is no run-of-the-mill florist. With an impeccable attention to detail, her bouquets are luxe, modern, and perfect for your most discerning and stylish friend.

    Flower Soul

    Flower Soul out of West Perth is the little shop that could, incredibly dedicated not only to the art of floristry, but using local growers, artists and suppliers as much as possible. They’ll sort you out for occasions of any size, and offer same day delivery. They’ve got a great bunch of selected floral arrangements, but will also work on custom bunches if you’ve got some ideas in mind, and have some excellent eco-friendly gifts to choose from too.

    Franc Flora

    Karla’s aim at Franc Flora is to make bold blooms available for everyone, and we think she’s living up to that goal and then some. Her instagram feed is a feast of peach, lilac, fuchsias and yellows, arranged in contemporary, fun bunches. Delivering Monday to Friday, these bright bouquets are guaranteed to brighten up anyone’s day.


    Multidisciplinary art duo VOLIM create made-to-order clothing and ceramics that balance wearability with the avante-garde, and their floristry offerings are suitably similar. Expect to find not just flowers in your bouquet, but bulbs of garlic, artichokes, chillies, or blushing radishes and shallots, accentuated by twisting pipe-cleaner tentacles and spindly branches.

    Fleur Societé

    We truly can’t get enough of Fleur Societé’s blooms, whether they’re bright, white, or bursting with technicolour fun. As well as plenty of colour, pops of metallic and iridescent wrapping keeps these bouquets looking super contemporary. We’ve had a busy week, I think I deserve a treat…

    Matthew Landers

    While Matthew Landers’ floristry empire is expanding at a cracking pace with stores in Vic Park, Claremont and Bunbury (any day now) – you don’t even have to travel out of the house to get your hands on his award-winning florals. Ranges are updated seasonally, and support Australian farmers by utilising local blooms. For an extra special touch, select the Khloris for the prettiest designer bag you’ve ever seen!

    The Flower Hound

    No matter who you need to buy a bunch for, The Flower Hound has all your bases covered. Whether your loved one’s style is rustic and whimsical, chic and refined or romantic, these guys can do it all. Whatever you choose, it will be practically exploding with personality.

    Sonny and Willow

    Although we love flowers, sometimes their short-lived beauty is just too heartbreaking. Luckily, Sonny & Willow’s everlasting florals can keep your house looking bougie long after that bunch you picked up a few too many days ago has wilted. New styles are added weekly and can be shipped all over Australia, so your interstate mates can feel the love, too.

    Floret Boutique

    Floret Boutique nail the classics without ever risking being boring. Situated at Brookfield Place, you can rest easy knowing that delicate arrangements won’t be travelling too far for any CBD deliveries. These blooms are the perfect go-to, whether you’re buying for your boss, your boo or your bestie.

    Floral Army

    Floral Army’s dreamy East Freo store is certainly worth a visit, but if you’re not in the neighbourhood, don’t stress! Their delightful blooms are also available online. Wild, colourful, textured, yet somehow tastefully restrained? We don’t know how Floral Army does it, but we’ll happily take a bunch any day!

    Cover photo via Floral Army