Delivery Info, Prices & When to Order

We purchase wholesale flowers to order at auctions in Holland therefore our order/delivery slots are driven by auction dates.

Why Shop With Triangle Nursery?

As One of the UK's Largest Online Wholesale Flower & Florist Supplies Shop, we offer literally 1000's of Fresh Cut Flowers, Foliage varieties and Florist Accessories at Live Wholesale Market Prices. All available for Direct Delivery to your Door! Our Floral Specialists are Here to Help You Every Step of the Way! Please do not hesitate to get in touch... 

No trade account required - our Wholesale Dutch Flowers are available to everyone!

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Delivery Information

We can deliver wholesale cut flowers, foliage and floral sundries directly to most addresses in Mainland UK and do not insist on a minimum order value like many other companies.

Delivery coincides with Dutch Flower Auction dates. Select when and where you want your order and we'll do the rest.

No trade account required - our fresh Wholesale Dutch Flowers are available to everyone!

From our customers

"Good morning, I would like to thank you for your services and wonderful support during the time I had to decide which flowers to order, and when to order for my second daughter’s wedding. The guidance received on how to treat the flowers once they arrived, was brilliant. The patience of the perso..."

Simone Smit

"Hi Mary, I just wanted to say thank you so much for all of your help and advice with the flowers for my daughter's wedding. They arrived on time, in beautiful condition and were absolutely exquisite for the wedding. Not only did we have enough for 10 vases for the tables, but we made the 4 brides..."

Jenny

"Dear Mary, Many thanks for your help with the flowers for my daughters wedding on Saturday. They were absolutely gorgeous in spite of temperatures of 29 degrees in the days immediately preceding. We kept the peonies and short roses in the fridge and worried madly about the large ones which were f..."

Liz Kidd