Our delightful bouquets are perfect to give your neighbour, friend or member of your family. Our arrangements are designed in a fashionable and creative way, with lots of variations that will fit many occasions. Take for example beautiful bouquets of roses for romantic and beautiful moments, or nice germini flowers and carnations to welcome colleagues; or bouquets of amaryllis and sunflowers to keep your days warm and colourful. Whatever the occasion – we’ve got what you’re looking for right here!
I had flowers delivered from Artemisia while I was a world away, I'm in Canada. Not only were they well received, but the staff was extremely accommodating when I asked to change my order via email. I would definitely order flowers from Artemisia again!
Wonderful staff to deal with and the 2 bouquets I ordered were beautiful xx highly recommend and I will definitely use in the future x 5 stars rating
Ordered three bouquets of flowers for three separate days and the customer service was impeccable. Each bouquet was gorgeous and would most definitely recommend this florist to everyone
I received a bouquet for Valentine’s Day and am delighted with the arrangement. Beautiful fresh flowers in stylish packaging. What a lovely delivery guy! Very smiley and friendly! All round great experience.
Artemisia Flower Shop has a lot to offer you when it comes to flowers. With over 10 years in the floral industry sector, our shop and florists have gained the experience we need to fully operate a local flower shop. At Artemisia Floral Art, Aberdeen, we are regarded as an independent flower shop.
Our devoted company director, Nora, oversees every floral design. The success of our prominent florist and business owner, Nora, derives from her great passion for flowers. She has celebrated many achievements and worked previously on a referral-only basis. Nora’s company has grown and blossomed into a flourishing enterprise because of the massive rise in demand. Our modern florist shop has an art history and is an approved member of The Guild of Master Craftsmen.
Whenever you order high-end luxury flowers on your wedding or even a simple flower on an everyday occasion, we are committed to exceeding your expectations. We have added something to make every delivery more special with our goal to make you happy and satisfied. If you plan on buying flowers online, the ideal option is to buy them from Artemisia Floral Art. This is the only online flower shop highly praised for the quality of its service.
Nothing says love like young and fragrant flowers. Whether you want a delightful gift to surprise the special person in your life, or to bring class to your workplace, flowers create a superb atmosphere. We are renowned as an independent flower shop at Artemisia Floral Art, in Aberdeen.
We are open Monday to Saturday. You may visit our main shop located at 351 George Street, Aberdeen, AB25 1EQ. For inquiries and requests, you may contact us on 01224 637122 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the florists at Artemisia Floral Art have twin passions; flowers and the inspiring city and landscape around us. To help share our inspiration we thought we would provide a short history of our city, the flowers that inspire us and the contributions to the science of botany made by some of the scholars from the area.
Internationally renowned as the ‘Oil capital of Europe’, there is far more to Aberdeen than meets the eye. Whilst it is true that the discovery of oil in the North Sea in the 1970’s led to a boom in the local economy, Aberdeen and the surrounding area has a long tradition of working with nature and thriving. The city also has strong links to areas of outstanding natural beauty and a little-known, yet long, history of florists and nature lovers.
Robert Morison was an outstanding scholar born in Aberdeen. He gained his Master of Arts degree from the University of Aberdeen at the age of eighteen and lived an eventful life. This included stints as director of the Royal gardens at Blois, central France (where he was introduced to various exotic flowers, and new techniques), as physician, botanist and superintendent of all the royal gardens to Charles II and, in 1621, began teaching at Oxford where he developed the first systematic classification of plants. Perhaps Mr. Morison can be viewed as the first florist of Aberdeen.
Building on that botanical history Aberdeen has numerous parks and green spaces with facilities to cater for all ages and tastes, whether you want to enjoy sports, or relax and enjoy the scenery. Aberdeen is also known as a ‘city in bloom’ and has gained international recognition via its flower displays in addition to winning numerous awards at local and international level. In total, Aberdeen has 14 public gardens and parks, as well as countryside parks, nature reserves, trails and over 3000 acres of publicly owned accessible woodlands. When the flowers are in bloom, it is hardly surprising that there are so many artisanal and amateur florists in the area.
The David Welch Winter Gardens can be found in Duthie Park, to the south of the city centre, and are the third most visited gardens in Scotland. They boast a paradise all year round and are home to many rare and exotic flowers and plants from around the world. Amongst the attractions on offer are the temperate House, Corridor of Perfumes, Fern House, Victorian Corridor, Japanese Garden, Tropical House and Arid House. This last being home to one of Britain’s largest collections of Cacti and Succulents, and the world’s only known talking Cactus! It is no wonder they attract visitors, and florists from around the world.
An hour’s drive from the city is Britain’s largest, and youngest, national park, Cairngorms National Park. It was inaugurated in September 2003 to protect and care for the unique and diverse wildlife and countryside found here. As a result, the Cairngorms are unique in being home to approximately 1600 residents who were already present before national park status was granted. These residents work in co-operation with local authorities to ensure that local flowers and animals are not put under any unnecessary stress. Around 25% of the nation’s endangered animals, plants, flowers and birds are also resident in the Cairngorms, in addition to 4 of the country’s highest peaks. The Caledonian Pine forest found in the park comprises of rare pinewood only found in two sites worldwide, and the various lochs, rivers and streams in the area are considered some of the cleanest in the country.
We pride ourselves on arranging artisanal bouquets and believe we are the right florists to deliver perfection for any occasion.
Competent and Innovative
We promise that our products and services will exceed your expectations. Our flower creations and floral arrangements are all made by hand to ensure its freshness and quality. When you work with us, we promise that our designs will be one-of-a-kind. We work with the best local florists to create the best arrangements for your special day. We promise that we innovate when it comes to floral designs.
Freshest Blooms Guaranteed
We promise all flowers to be fresh and new. We only offer the finest and freshest flowers from our local sources. Our shop has fresh roses, gerberas, lilies, carnations, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, freesias, and orchids.
We handle our flowers with care. With that, we promise that our flowers will come to you fresh and looking new. Our fresh blooms are guaranteed to last for a week. For a guide on how to lengthen the life of your flowers, we have our FLOWER MAGAZINE. Read and learn how to take care of flowers when you browse our magazine.
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