Market Flowers: Where to get them other than at Far East Flora
When we think of flowers, most Singaporeans will think of Far East Flora. Located at Thomson and Queensway, they are one of the biggest flower nursery and wholesaler in Singapore. But for enthusiasts of cut flowers and flower arrangement, these locations may sometimes be out of the way or too inconvenient to travel to. We share some alternative places in Singapore where you can buy fresh cut flowers.
Wholesalers (other than Far East Flora)
Apart from Far East Flora, other wholesalers in Singapore also offer fresh flowers for purchase. GG Fresh Flower is one such importer of flowers from Holland, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Colombia, Ecuador, Italy, Israel, Kenya, South Africa, Turkey, India, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan and other parts of the world.
You can shop for flowers while buying daily groceries, too! Some supermarkets such as Fairprice, Giant and Cold Storage offer a small selection of fresh-cut flowers for customers. These flowers may also come from Far East Flora or other wholesalers. Jelita Shopping Centre’s Cold Storage at Holland Road has an especially larger range of flowers for its clientele in that area. Just be sure to prepare a ride as you may need to carry a bunch of flowers home!
Last but not least, you can also get cut flowers that are as fresh as Far East Flora’s right from the comfort of your home! Flower Addict delivers single-variety market-style flowers such as lilies, hydrangea and orchids straight to your doorstep. Some of these flowers are specially ordered overseas and may not be commonly sold in local supermarkets. With express, same-day or next-day delivery, you can enjoy your favourite mono botanical blooms with just a few clicks. How convenient especially for working adults and busy mamas!
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