Valentine's Day Flowers: 13 Florists to buy fresh flower & bouquets

Fresh flowers instantly enliven any space, and especially so during festive seasons of reunion and family gatherings, such as Hari Raya.

In fact, the floral industry in Singapore has progressed since Work From Home (WFH) became a norm. Some households even subscribe to fresh flower subscriptions to create calm, productive home environments to work and live in.

If you prefer to shop, browse, and pick out and arrange your own floral centrepiece, here are the best wholesale flower shops in Singapore to purchase fresh cut flowers.

After you’re done shopping, click here to jump to the bottom of this article to read about how you can make fresh flowers last longer.

13 Best Flower Shops in Singapore

Bring a jacket along if you think you’ll be browsing for a bit. In most nurseries in Singapore, flowers are kept in cold rooms.

Florist SingaporeAddressBudget
Far East Orchid by Far East FloraThomson, 555 Thomson Road~$60 to $200
G.G Fresh Flower22 New Industrial Road, #01-15/21 PrimaxUnder $50
Sing See Soon5 Simei LaneFrom $80
Ji Mei Flower5 Joan Road, Plot 11 & 12 Thomson NurseryUnder $50
Cold StorageMultiple locationsUnder $20
G Flower WholesaleG Flower Wholesale is at 101 Kallang Avenue, #01-20, Victoria Wholesale Centre$45 to $300
Direct Wholesale Flower50 Gambas Cres, #01-19, Proxima @ Gambas, Singapore 757022Under $60
Wee Lee Nursery & Florist1 Seletar West Farmway 9, Singapore 797977On request
Smile Floral115A Commonwealth Dr #03-12, Singapore 14959From $65
Sky Floral25 Kaki Bukit Road 4 #07-23 Synergy@KBUnder $50
Floral Garage8 New Industrial Road, LHK 3 Building #06-01From $40
Farm Florist39A Jln Pemimpin, #06-05A, Singapore 577183Under $50
Fav Florist22 New Industrial Rd, Primax 07-04, Singapore 536208~$60
Floristique22 New Industrial Rd, #01-11, Singapore 536208Under $70
The Enchanted Tree51 Changi Business Park Central 2 #01-13 The Signature, Singapore 486066~$35 to $75
Flowers and Kisses12 New Industrial Rd, #02-02B, Singapore 536202~$60
FNP SG444 Tagore Industrial Avenue Singapore 787817~$60

Far East Orchid by Far East Flora

Think of flowers and plantscaping, and the name that’ll pop up would likely be Far East Flora. Far East Orchid is its floral arm, with the the wholesale fresh flower centre located right next to Far East Flora.

Here, you’ll find a wide array of imported fresh cut flowers at wholesale prices – think dahlias, roses, peonies, tulips and calla lilies. It’s even got cherry blossoms from Japan for the festive season, from what we’ve seen on its Facebook page.

Far East Orchid @ Thomson, 555 Thomson Road, tel: 6251-5151 (Fresh Flowers Centre)

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G.G Fresh Flower

Inconspicuously tucked away at New Industrial Road, fresh flowers and foliage are imported daily from all over the world, including Holland, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Colombia, Ecuador, Italy and Kenya. With a cold room at 4000 sqf, the variety here is quite extensive and you’ll get beautiful, quality blooms. In fact, we heard that many florists get their supplies here.

22 New Industrial Road, #01-15/21 Primax, tel: 6282-0900

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Sing See Soon

A go-to for wedding, hotel and event decor, it currently imports over 100 varieties of flowers from New Zealand, Holland, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, India and Bangkok. It recently announced that its fresh flowers are available for purchase so head down to its Simei outlet to pick out your favourite blooms – you’ll find the likes of tulips, roses, spider mums, eryngiums and hypericum berries.

5 Simei Lane, tel: 6904-3029

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Ji Mei Flower

Also along the Upper Thomson stretch, Ji Mei Flower is where you can drop by for lovely flowers like hyacinths, delphiniums, heliconias, phalaenopsis orchids; they import blooms from across the globe, from countries like Kenya, Japan, Netherlands, Ecuador, Colombia, Australia, and Taiwan.

Stored in a massive cold room, you’ll find everything from rainbow roses to heliconias and phalaenopsis orchids, all carefully packed and ready to go at stunningly attractive prices. It also has festive floral arrangements that are ready for display, if you find that you’re not quite adept at putting your own together.

Fun fact: Spot Ji Mei’s flowers at the Istana or Gardens by the Bay!

5 Joan Road, Plot 11 & 12 Thomson Nursery, tel: 6285-0017

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Cold Storage

Are flowers from the grocery stores good? Yes, the flowers you find in NTUC and Cold Storage are supplied from the same few major flower nurseries in Singapore.

If you’re short on time or left your flower shopping to the last minute, make your way to your nearest Cold Storage. The variety might be limited but we’ve managed to pick up lilies, eustomas, chrysanthemums, roses, orchids, and statice (depending on season and availability). Plus, they come in smaller bunches than those you’ll find at the wholesaler, so you can create your own centrepiece or bouquet without spending too much.

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G Flower Wholesale

You can head to G Flower Wholesale’s cold room to browse its offerings, or can save yourself a trip and order fresh flowers from its website. The process is pretty simple, and the website even has an order page with an updated price list and the latest arrivals — we found roses, gerberas, alstroemerias, hydrangeas, and more.

Or if you’d like to know what flowers are in-store before you head down, it’s helpfully listed the available blooms, as well as those that are arriving soon. Need flowers in a jiffy? It has a same-day delivery service, too.

G Flower Wholesale is at 101 Kallang Avenue, #01-20, Victoria Wholesale Centre, tel: 9666 4488

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Kampong Flowers (Closed)

Kampong Flowers bills itself a boutique importer and wholesaler in Singapore, and which specialises in nostalgic, romantic, and fresh cut garden roses sourced from around the world. And you can skip the hassle by ordering flowers directly from its website. It has a page that’s updated with blooms that are currently available in-store and sure enough, we found a dizzying array of roses on the market, including the coveted David Austin roses.

You can drop by its cold room to see the blooms, but you’ll have to book an appointment via their website’s contact page.

Kampong Flowers is at 18 New Industrial Road, #03-17, Singapore 536205 (by appointment only)

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Direct Wholesale Flower

Those living in the North can make a trip down to this family-owned flower wholesaler located at Gambas Cresent. Visit its cold room to pick out your choice of blooms, or take the hassle-free route by shopping on its online portal. It has a same-day click-and-collect service that allows you to pick up your purchase in just 90 minutes, too.

Direct Wholesale Flower is at 50 Gambas Cres, #01-19, Proxima @ Gambas, Singapore 757022, tel: 8845 8888

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Heartland Wet Markets

If you haven’t been to the wet market in ages, scout around at your nearby markets and you could find some offering fresh blooms. The selection might not be great, but some common wet market finds include lilies, roses, eustomas, chrysanthemums and baby’s breath.

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Wee Lee Nursery & Florist

Wee Lee Nursery and Florist is located just opposite the Seletar Aerospace Park (where the hype cafes are). If you live around Yishun, Tampines, or Punggol, this will be pretty convenient for you since it’s connected by TPE.

Wee Lee Nursery is a family-run florist business that’s been around since 1982. 40 years into business, Wee Lee offers a wide range of botanicals in store. Fresh cut flowers aside, you’ll find potted plants, orchids, and floristry services.

While you’re here at Wee Lee, walk around the neighbouring nurseries as well such as Kim Hai Orchid, Sg Orchids, Chwee Nursery, and Wild Botanicals.

1 Seletar West Farmway 9, Singapore 797977, tel: 6481 8161

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Smile Floral

There are few flower shops in the west side of Singapore – save for the few XpressFlowers in Westgate and other malls, Corona Flowers near Sunset Way, and that massive Far East Flora that’s currently still under construction next to SIM and Ngee Ann Poly.

Located in the industrial estate next to Commonwealth MRT station, online florist Smile Floral offers same day flower deliveries. In fact, you get free doorstep delivery for orders over $70.

Like many other florist shops, Smile Floral is not a wholesale flower nursery. Instead, they sell ready-made fresh flower bouquets for occasions such as proposals, graduations, birthdays, flower stands for store openings and condolences.

115A Commonwealth Dr #03-12, Singapore 149596, tel: 6473 7252

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Sky Floral

Located at Kaki Bukit, Sky Floral was established in 2007 by Mr Sky Yeo Siong Kie whose family has been in the flower business since the 1960s.

Sky Floral’s flowers come from Holland, Taiwan, China, and Malaysia. Most notably, Sky Floral carries Heliconia, of the fake Bird of Paradise.

25 Kaki Bukit Road 4 #07-23 Synergy@KB, tel: 6253 4598

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Floral Garage

Floral is not a wholesale flower supplier. However, it is a florist that offers free same day delivery. Most of the fresh flowers come in hand bouquets, flower boxes, and crowns for occasions.

You get free same day delivery if you order before 5pm. On Sundays and public holidays, you’ll need to order before 12:30pm to meet the free delivery cut off time.

8 New Industrial Road, LHK 3 Building #06-01, tel: 9387 8871

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Farm Florist

For those who love a good deal, Farm Florist offers early bird promotions on special occasions, e.g. for their Mother’s Day bouquets (you can get up to 36 per cent off on beautiful arrangements). Prices for bouquets range from $60 (bouquet on the left) to $105.

Outside of special occasion bouquets and selections, Farm Florist has choices under $50 as well. Think hydrangea bordered by baby breaths for $48 (bouquet on the right) or a simple three-stalk bouquet with fillers for $39.

The store offers free deliveries in under an hour with a money-back guarantee for late deliveries.

Farm Florist is located at Halcyon Building, 39A Jln Pemimpin, #06-05A, Singapore 577183

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Fav Florist

For classic bouquets that won’t fail you, Fav Florist has you covered. Forever Love ($59.90) features a rose spray with innocent white baby breaths surrounding it; it’s the ever-loved red and white combination that will make anyone happy. Otherwise, a Japanese Style flower box ($52.90) is also suitable for your beloved one who love fresh blooms as table centrepieces.

Bonus: Delivery is free for all orders with no minimum purchase. You can choose from three delivery time slots.

Fav Florist is located at 22 New Industrial Rd, Primax 07-04, Singapore 536208

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On special occasions like Mother’s Day, Floristique has a few bouquets priced below $70. One such example is the Zelda MD on the left ($64.69) which features carnations, spray roses, one rose, and fillers and foliage coming together for a whimsical-looking arrangement.

For something a little different, consider the store’s Flowers in Bags series. At $35.53 each, you can choose from an array of designs; think sprays of baby breaths to sunflowers surrounded by eutomas and orchids.

Floristique is located at 22 New Industrial Rd, #01-11, Singapore 536208

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The Enchanted Tree

If you can’t decide which bouquet to opt for, then let the experts work their magic. The Enchanted Tree offers a Surprise Pick bouquet ($35) on special occasions such as Mother’s Day. They only fulfil a set number of bouquets for each day, so best place your orders now in advance!

The usual picks for these bouquets include roses, tulips, proteas, and pincushions. If you’re willing to spend a little more money, you can get a Double Surprise ($60) or Triple Surprise ($75) for a more voluminous arrangement (a double surprise really is double the size!)

The Enchanted Tree is located at 51 Changi Business Park Central 2 #01-13 The Signature, Singapore 486066.

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Flowers and Kisses

Looking for an exquisite bouquet at a fraction of the cost? Flower and Kisses offers wonderful designs to choose from. Perk-Me-Up (pictured on the left) is priced at $48 and features three roses (you can opt for red or pink), mini poms, and more!

For mums who love tulips (ours certainly do), Cora (pictured on right) is a bouquet made with Halland Tulips priced at $64. You can choose from orange, pink, yellow, and red tulips, whichever colour your mum prefers!

They offer free delivery to most of the island (sans Sentosa, Changi Airport, Tuas, and hospitals).

Flowers and Kisses is located at 12 New Industrial Rd, #02-02B, Singapore 536202

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FNP is great for those who are looking for simple but chic bouquets. The Delightful Mixed Bouquet ($63) includes a sunflower, a carnation, and eustoma for an appealing mix of yellows and pinks. The Pleasing Mixed Flower Hand Bouquet ($64) includes matthiolas and a gerbera for a more homely design. You can also find plenty of other gift ideas on the site to go with the bouquets.

They offer same-day free delivery.

FNP SG is located at 444 Tagore Industrial Avenue Singapore 787817

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How to make your fresh flowers last longer

How to make fresh flowers last longer?

Adding bleach, aspirin, soda water and even Listerine to your vase of flowers are some of the suggestions offered on the internet to help your flowers last longer. 

Here’s the truth. None of them work.

There have been numerous tests to see which of these individual substances would help your flowers last longer, but alone, they don’t make a difference. Put them together, and you make a pretty potent flower preserver.

Ingredients You’ll Need

  • Water
  • 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • ½ tbsp Bleach
  • 1 tbsp Sugar

Step 1

Cut off half an inch of stem from your flowers. This prevents air from being sucked into the stem and blocking your plants uptake of water. It also removes any bacteria growing at the ends. 

Step 2

Fill your vase with water. Just two-thirds of the vase is enough. The best water to use for fresh flowers would be water with a PH level of about 3 to 3.5PH.

Step 3

If you use tap water has a PH level of about 7, so bring the PH levels down and make it more acidic by adding lemon juice.

Step 4

Add sugar, this will duplicate the sugar rush that occurs during photosynthesis. A downside to this is that it also promotes bacterial growth.

Step 5

Combat the bacterial growth with some bleach. Give the mixture a good shake and pop your flowers into the vase. (The water will turn cloudy, but not to fear! It’s fine.)

Finally, change your vase’s water every three days and cut off another inch from your stem bottoms.

This article contains parts from Singapore Women’s Weekly, and Singapore Women’s Weekly..