We at Lansdowne florist, your Bournemouth flower shop, love flowers and take care of your plants too. Our stunning bouquets and arrangements are meticulously designed by our compassionate florists. You can choose from our lovely bouquet to find the right flowers for the right occasion: roses for romance and love, gerberas for bright dark days, carnations to commemorate events, and sunflowers bring a bit of happiness to your everyday life.
4 months ago
Wonderful florist! I ordered last minute online for a Mother’s Day delivery and the bouquet was beautiful! My mum loves them and was so excited! Would highly recommend. Will be using them again in the future!
10 months ago
My wedding flowers were seriously amazing, they were hugely complimented on, especially where I had my ceremony. The vision I had with was listened to, and I felt gorgeous with the bouquet. Definitely would be recommend.
a year ago
beautiful, button holes, bouquet, table arrangements & cake. I had the image in my head of how I wanted them to look & they looked so much more amazing then I could have wished for. Not only is she very talented but very professional. She was very accommodating with my constant change of order 😂 highly highly recommend, thank you so very much Clare 💖
a year ago
A lovely family-run business where nothing is too much trouble. Very talented florists and I would never go anywhere else. Highly recommended! Like
Lansdowne Florists has been operating from our Bournemouth Town Centre shop since 1991. Our business is constantly evolving, seeking new ideas and directions, and leading the way in quality floral gift design for over 27 years. Lansdowne Florist seeks the best flowers from trusted suppliers in Holland who provide our customers with the best flowers at the most affordable prices.
Lansdowne Florist operates from a centrally positioned shop in the heart of Bournemouth that disrupted the Lansdowne quarter. Although a vibrant resort town, Bournemouth is also home to some of the country’s leading Digital Agencies as well as one of the most progressive universities in the United Kingdom. Lansdowne Florist is located in the hive of the business district and student campus, surrounded by restaurants, coffee shops, and nightlife. Our flower shop is a treasure trove of creativity and calm (even playing our favourite playlists). Lansdowne flower shop offers not only flowers, plants, and ceramics, but also a delicious selection of chocolate gifts and treats.
Lansdowne Florist flower shop has an amazing team of florists who work with flowers to brighten up your beautiful day. David Ragg, an awarded UK floral designer, has gained a wealth of experience behind him, with a copy of the RHS Gold Medals under his belt. He used to spend a lot of time in the area of his grandparents who owned a flower store. His mantra is that “working with flowers should be fun and exciting” and he holds to this mantra every single day.
If you have a special occasion such as a wedding coming up, you can visit our sister website to get information on weddings or get inspired by our wedding flower creations.
You may also reach us at 0120 255 3318 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries, comments, and suggestions. You may visit our lovely shop at 17-19 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, BH8 8EH.
At Landsdowne’s Florists our team are passionate not only about flowers, but the history of the town and county that surrounds us. There is natural beauty on our doorstep that is sure to inspire many and we are proud of the fact that so many gardeners and amateur florists, as well as artisans like us, have joined to highlight the diversity and beauty of the region. This is plain for anyone to see with no less than 10 official nature reserves in Bournemouth alone.
Located on the south coast of England, Bournemouth is a coastal resort town with a population in excess of 190,000. Founded in 1810 by Lewis Tregonwell, the town was initially marketed as a health resort and had been until its founding a deserted heathland visited only occasionally by fishermen and smugglers. Historically it was part of the county of Hampshire, but joined Dorset after local government reorganisation in 1974. Although the area was largely a remote heathland before 1810, there is evidence that the surrounding area has been the site of human habitation for thousands of years, as the discovery in 1932 of a human skull in excess of 5000 years old in Longham proves. Iron Age pottery and Bronze Age burial sites have also been discovered in the area suggesting settlements here in those periods.
There can be little doubt that the heathland previously on the site of modern day Bournemouth was a prime location to find Erica cillaris, also known as Dorset heath. This is a species of heather and is only found in Dorset, Devon and Cornwall in the British Isles. The flowers of this magnificent species are only 8-12 mm in length, are bright pink and undoubtedly added a splash of colour to the area. Today, with so many nature reserves in the area the distinctive pink flashes of the flowers are again in evidence throughout the city. These flashes of colour have undoubtedly inspired florists and gardeners across the town due to the beauty and resilience of the plant.
One of the best areas to see the resurgence of Dorset heath is without a doubt Turbary Common, one of the dedicated nature reserves in Bournemouth. In fact, this is the largest area of heathland in north Bournemouth and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is one of the most important nature reserves in the region and contains habitats such as woodland, wet and dry heath, and scrub. These are home to numerous rare and important wildlife species including long-winged cone head crickets, Dartford Warblers and all six species of British reptile. There are also a variety of plants and flowers such as the carnivorous sundew and the bog asphodel.
Hengistbury Head is another SSI and home to over 500 flowers and plant species, 300 bird species and a truly stunning variety of reptiles, small mammals and insects. Various habitats can be found here including saltmarsh, woodland and heathland. In addition to offering stunning views of Bournemouth, the Purbecks and the Isle of Wight, there is a wonderful wildlife garden and you can also find some delightful local produce from craft gins and beers to sustainable gifts and homeware.
Located next to the River Stour are Ilford Meadows, which are a fabulous area for wildlife spotting and are also home to over 150 native flowers and plants. This remarkable nature reserve has a mainly grassland and scrub habitat which provides a point of difference to most other local nature reserves.
Our artisanal florists certainly find inspiration and fuel for their passions when visiting the various nature reserves located on our doorstep. The team at Lansdowne’s Florists are confident that we are the florists to provide the bouquet for any occasion.
Our team is passionate about providing our customers with the best service. We promise, at the Lansdowne Florist that we create the best flowers and bouquets for our customers. We promise that we make sure Lansdowne florist customers always get the best of the best. We promise to ensure that the creation of Lansdowne flower designs will be as unique as possible.
Flowers Freshness Guarantee
We promise that Lansdowne Florist provides you with a very fast and accurate delivery of our flowers. From our direct source to you our dearest customers, we promise to be sure to provide the best for your satisfaction. Our team offers the best and most popular flowers we have from our direct source. We take care of them with passion and love to make sure your flowers are still fresh and perfect. We guarantee that our flowers are freshly picked and absolutely perfect.
- Ashley Heath
- Barton on Sea
- Bear Cross
- Boscombe City
- Branksome Woods
- East Cliff
- East Howe
- East Parley
- Ensbury Park
- Malmesbury Park
- New Milton
- North Ripley
- Old Milton
- Queens Park
- St Leonards
- Strouden Park
- Talbot Woods