Say it with flowers: 10 best Valentine’s Day bouquets

There’s an array of options available, from traditional red roses to tulips. Just make sure you order your bunch in time

If you're going to opt for flowers on 14 February, make sure it's a special bunch.   

From Wild at Heart’s luxurious Classic Mixed Romantic Bouquet to Aldi’s dozen tulips, we have found the most striking, bouquets available in stores and online this Valentine’s Day.

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Verdict

If you want something traditional, Interflora’s Fairtrade Red Roses make a simple but striking statement - and they're a great option for last minute lovers as you can order up until 1pm on the 14th. If you're keen to steer clear of red and pink, Scilly Flowers' Scented Narcissi smell amazing and will look very spring-like on the windowsill. Anyone on a budget should get to Aldi sharpish on the 11th.  

Buy now

1. Interflora Valentine’s Fairtrade Red Roses, £34.99

2. Philippa Craddock Abington Bouquet, £65 

3. Aldi Dozen Valentine’s Tulips, £4

4. M&S Shades of Love, £25  

5. Scilly Flowers Scented Narcissi, £18.50    

6. Bloom & Wild, £19.95   

7. Waitrose Passionate Tulips Bouquet, £32  

8. Wild at Heart Classic Mixed Romantic Bouquet, £32 

9. Bunny Roger’s Bouquet, £50

10. Asda Harmony Bouquet, £8

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