Morrisons supports British farmers this Mother’s Day as shoppers anticipate purchasing nearly 1.2 million flowers.
Morrisons has made a commitment to only selling tulips grown in British nurseries this Mother’s Day in order to give its clients the freshest, best-quality bunches possible.
The “The Best” Tulip bouquet, which costs £8, is one of the highlights of Morrisons’ British tulip collection. It includes 18 exquisite individual tulip stems in delectably sweet shades of pink, yellow, and white. There are also eight stems for £3.49 (or two bunches for £6) and 12 stems for £5 for those looking for more budget-friendly choices.
The tulips and a variety of other floral displays to spoil mom are both available in every Morrisons 499 location. Prices for seasonal daffodils vary from £2 for two bunches to £20 for a more opulent bouquet of ‘The Best’ roses in white, pink, and red with eye-catching, fragrant lilies.
Additionally, Morrisons has 192 florist booths located in its UK shops, where 300 talented florists provide a “create your own” bouquet service. Customers can select from more than 75 various stems in those shops to create a hand-tied bouquet that is as unique and special as the mother or role model in their lives. While customers shop for groceries, the custom bouquets can be created for any occasion and on any price.
As one of the largest florists in the UK, Morrisons’ Rob Hofmann said: “We always seek to provide our customers with fresh, beautiful blooms while supporting our British growers. Mother’s Day is a very popular time to order flowers, and we are happy to provide a broad selection of bouquets and stems that are made by our skilled florists in-store.
All of the flowers sold by Morrisons have a five-day freshness guarantee and one of the shortest ‘field to store’ transit periods. Every day, fresh stems are delivered to stores from FlowerWorld, a 17.5 acre Derby flower farm that is entirely controlled by Morrisons.
Visit www.morrisons.co.uk to make an order or locate the Morrisons florist in your area.