Mother’s Day flowers UK 2023: where to order for delivery

Mother’s Day is March 19 - send her one of these gorgeous bouquets (including next day and eco-friendly options) from trusted florists like Bloom & Wild, Interflora and M&S to show her you care

The best flowers to have delivered to make mum’s day this Mother’s DayThe best flowers to have delivered to make mum’s day this Mother’s Day
The best flowers to have delivered to make mum’s day this Mother’s Day

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Mother’s Day this year falls on 19 March, which is fast approaching. And while if you’re lucky enough to live in close proximity to your mother, you will likely wish to formulate a lovely in-person celebration, a bouquet of flowers is an ideal gift if you are further flung or even as a precursor to taking your Mum out for a good time. (If you live with your mother, may we suggest the tradition of a long lie-in, breakfast in bed, and a bunch of flowers has stood the test of time for a good reason?)

The options for flowers you can order online are wide and a little overwhelming - but don’t fear, we’re here to advise the best of the bunch (ahem). From inexpensive options, to flashy, maximalist delights, demure and tradition to ecofriendly, these are the bouquets that truly stand out from reputable UK brands - including next-day delivery options.

The official flower of Mother’s Day

We think there’s a perfect bouquet for every mother, depending on their tastes, but if you love to cleave to tradition, then carnations have long been associated with Mother’s Day. There is a story - yes, apocraphyl, but still pretty - of pink carnations sprouting from the Virgin Mary’s tears over the death of Jesus. While that’s a curious reason to select a specific bloom, carnations are gorgeous and make a lovely choice.

Prefer some luscious roses, or the elegance of orchids? The cheerful spray of baby’s breath, or something more herbaceous? Read on - we have it covered.