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Flower Delivery Manchester
Great value fresh flowers

Send flowers anywhere in Manchester with our exclusive flower delivery service. FREE delivery Monday - Sunday.

Our most adored flowers

Prince of Cambridge
Prince of Cambridge
Lorraine
Lorraine

£39.99£34.99

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Scentsational Basket
Scentsational Basket
First Love
First Love
Perfect Pinks
Perfect Pinks

£29.99£24.99

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Mojito
Mojito
Secret Garden
Secret Garden
Freya
Freya
Strawberry Sundae
Strawberry Sundae
Scarlett Pimpernel
Scarlett Pimpernel

£39.99£34.99

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Winter Skies
Winter Skies

£49.99£39.99

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Summer Sorbet
Summer Sorbet

What our customers think of us...

Aberdare
My sister in law received the flowers which I believe were delivered in the afternoon, they had been left on her doorstep in a box which she thought a good idea as no one would ... Read More
Preston
The person I sent them to was delighted with them. The only disappointment was the website states order before 10pm for next day delivery however I was unable to do this even ... Read More
Prestwick
I was so pleased with the quick service, also my recipitant was so pleased with her beautiful flowers, and at a very reasonable price, thank you for your excellent service, I will ... Read More
York
Flowers arrived on time, in perfect condition. The recipient was very happy with them and over a week later, they are still blooming! Would recommend and will use again. 

Hipper.com – Manchester Florist

Welcome to Manchester, the second most populous urban area in the UK and a beta world city. It is the highest ranked British city apart from London. Manchester is a metropolitan borough surrounded by the Cheshire plains and Pennines. Governed by Manchester City Council, the city is a flourishing modern hub of architecture, arts, music and sports. The history of Manchester goes back to AD 79 when the first roman fort known as Mamucium was discovered. Manchester has had a great strategic position near the rivers Medlock and Irwell and was further developed in 1894 when Manchester Ship Canal was opened. This enabled to connect the city with the sea and the trade flourished further.

The city of Manchester is dominated by landmark red brick buildings lining up the city. The city features both Victorian and modern architecture with most know landmarks like Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, Manchester Victoria Station, Beetham Tower, Green Building, One Angel Square, Ala Turin Memorial and others. For one of the biggest cities in the UK, Manchester has plenty of greenery and natural spaces. Some of the most popular parks in Manchester include natural reserves like Chorlton Water Park, Blackley Forest, Clayton Vale, Chorlton Eees, Ivy Green, Boggard Hole Clough and Highfield Country Park. Local enjoy summer walks in Heaton park and Sackville Park.

If there is one thing you probably know Manchester for, it will be its sports clubs. It is home to two Premier League football clubs – Manchester United and Manchester City. The football matches are a huge event attracting thousands of fans from around the country. The games are played in the Old Trafford Stadium or the City of Manchester Stadium. A major boost for the city's sports scene came after the 2002 Commonwealth game, which lead to development of several new sports venues, like the National Squash Centre and the Manchester Aquatic Centre. Despite its sports status, Manchester has a long history with music industry. Some of the most know bands in the British history came or were formed in Manchester. To name a few - Oasis, the Smiths, Joy Division, Simply Red and the most know one - Take That. If you enjoy music, there are plenty of venue to indulge your passion. Enjoy your favourite concert in Manchester Arena, Manchester Opera House, Palace Theater or the Royal Exchange Theatre. Manchester offers plenty of things to do for culture vultures too. You can visit the Museum of Science and Industry in the former Liverpool Railway Station, Imperial War Museum North, Manchester Museum, Manchester Art Gallery or the Witworth Art Gallery. Manchester is recognised as UNESCO city of literature for possessing a radical literary history.

Manchester attracts young students from around the country offering them plenty of universities and degrees to apply for. Some of the most known universities in Manchester are the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester Business School which was the first university awarding MBA degrees in the UK. Manchester is an exhilarating and vibrant city. Whether you are student, tourist or a young family looking for a great place to raise kids, Manchester is a great place to be.

Whether you are meeting your family this weekend or want to surprise your daughter at university, sending flowers is always a great idea. Luckily, you don't have to visit all the flower shops in Manchester to find the best deal. Hipper.com is an online florist in Manchester offering you unbeatable value for money and convenience. Surprise your friends and family with flower delivery in Manchester direct to their door. You can order flowers online easily from the comfort of your home. All it takes is just three simple steps. Send flowers in Manchester in a matter of minutes without leaving your home. Our flowers are as fresh as they get, sourced direct from suppliers in Europe. Unlike other florists in Manchester, we do not use any middle men. That means you get fresher flowers at a fraction of price. Book flower delivery in Manchester from Monday to Sunday and enjoy our free standard delivery. To arrange next day flower delivery remember to place your order online by 10pm weekdays. Let your loved ones in Manchester know you are thinking of them. Whether you are sending flowers to Rochdale, Bury, Bolton, Tameside or Wigan, flower delivery from Hipper.com comes always on time.