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Flower Delivery Worcestershire
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Send flowers anywhere in Worcestershire with our exclusive flower delivery service. FREE delivery Monday - Sunday.

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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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Summer Skies
Summer Skies

£49.99£39.99

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Summer Sorbet
Summer Sorbet

What our customers think of us...

Birmingham
Great flowers that last for longtime! Arrived perfectly on time. Only flaw: it's a bit lame that on the back of the card there was a discount voucher (which of course it is very ... Read More
Stanford-le-Hope
My only complaint is first order fantastic.Tried to reorder with voucher for 15% off but it kept saying not allowed to use with this order... Gave up.... Confused 
Upminster
I had a call from the recipient of the flowers (dendrobiums) saying they were gorgeous. They arrived promptly, the day after I ordered them. Thank you 
Northwich
Service was prompt and communication re delivery times excellent. I am told the flowers were fresh and pretty. 

Fresh Flowers Delivered in Worcestershire

Worcestershire is a county located in the West Midlands region of England. It used to be known as Hereford and Worcester, then it was merged with Herefordshire. The county is divided into six administrative districts namely, Worcester, Redditch, Malvern Hills, Wyre Forest, Bromsgrove, and Wychavon. The majority of parts of Worcestershire is largely rural with only the industrial parts of the county being the north-east region.The two major rivers that flow through the county are the Severn and the Avon. River Severn is considered to be the longest river in the UK and flows through the county town of Worcester, Bewdley, and Stourport-on-Severn in Worcestershire. The county of Worcestershire used to be the heart of the early English kingdom of the Hwice. It became part of the Kingdom of England in 927 after it was absorbed by the kingdom of Mercia. The county is home to the world's oldest continually published newspaper, the Berrow's Journal which was established in 1690.

The Worcestershire Beacon is the highest point in the county and stands at a height of 425m. The Malvern Hills are made up of beautiful volcanic igneous rocks and metamorphic rocks and as a result, were designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are numerous coniferous and deciduous woodlands that are located in the northern region of the county. The Vale of Evesham is an incredible sight that runs throughout the south of the county. The green belt area of Worcestershire is a broad expanse of land that is spread across the whole county. Only the Malvern Hills do not contain some portion of the belt. A place of interest in the county is the Hanbury Hall which is a state home built in the early 18th century. The hall is built with red bricks and features an architectural design in the Queen Anne style.

The people of Worcestershire have high regards for nature and natural things such as flowers. What they demand in their floral arrangement is the work of the best florist. Hipper.com is just what they need. Unlike other flower delivery providers in the area, we do not use local florists to fulfill our orders. Our beautiful flowers are sourced directly from flower markets in Europe, assembled by our own in-house florists and delivered by couriers directly to the door of the recipient. At Hipper.com, you can enjoy free flower delivery in Worcestershire from Monday to Sunday and a wide range of beautiful fresh flowers. Choose what your heart desires and let our in-house florists take care of the rest. No matter what the occasion is, you will find fitting arrangements and flower bouquets at Hipper.com.