For over twenty-five years Harry’s Flowers has been a focal point for the Hampstead community.
It’s always been a place to not only find the finest fresh flowers and plants in the borough, but somewhere you can trust with the responsibility of adding a little, or a lot of, floral pizazz to your home, wedding, corporate event, office or special occasions.
From small beginnings, something amazing has grown…
As a small boy, Hari moved to the UK with his family in the 1960s and quickly discovered a love for retail. It was the personal touch that he liked so much, and that is something we are dedicated to carrying on today with our commitment to customer care. So, no matter whether you’re looking for a single rose for a loved one or a florist to plan, guide, select, arrange, deliver and clear away the floral displays for your biggest day, you can trust that we put your needs first, always. In the summer of 1988, armed with a couple of buckets of freshly cut flowers, Hari discovered a fountain at the Swiss Cottage end of Fitzjohn’s Avenue in Hampstead, the place where our permanent pitch can still be found today, that was the beginning of the story of Harry’s Flowers. Fifteen years ago Harry’s expanded to include a permanent pitch in Kingsmill Terrace, St John’s Wood and today there are plans for more as our loyal customer-base continues to grow.
AFFORDABLE FLORAL QUALITY
Hyacinths, gladioli and spring flowers from the Middle East, tropical gingers and roses from South America and Africa, and our signature orchids delivered daily from our exceptional growers in Europe – Harry’s offers a freshly picked international smorgasbord of sights and scents to choose from every day.
Florist quality at flower stall prices from North London’s floral experts.
GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
Harry’s has a lot to thank the local community for – their loyal business, their fight to win us our permanent pitches, and much more. Therefore, it has become our pleasure to contribute regularly to local charity galas and events, offering our flowers as table centres and raffle prizes to raise much needed capital for good causes.