Best Supermarket Easter Flower Deals
- Flowers for Easter
- Deals from Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Morrisons
- Prices start at just 99p
With spring (almost) here and Easter just one week away, supermarkets have brought out some great deals on Easter flowers.
Aldi have a great range of spring flowers, with prices starting at just 95p for 18 daffodils.
You can also add some colour to your home with a hyacinth posy for £4, which has hyacinths, daffodils, pistache, rose, and tulips in a range of colours.
Tulips for £1.89, and Rainbow tulips for £4 are also available from the budget supermarket.
Aldi also has spring flowers in its Specialbuys range, so once they’re sold out, they won’t be coming back.
These offers include:
Dyed and Natural Pussy Willow, £3.89- these soft and natural flowers will decorate any interior beautifully and their slender stems and natural tones add the perfect touch to any bouquet.
Rainbow Pussy Willow, £2.40- a twist on a traditional Easter plant, this is full of spring tones and will steal the show this Easter.
Easter Tulips, £5- if you can’t decide on the right colour tulip for you, why not pick up a bit of everything, perfect for the person who wants it all this season.
Easter Bouquet, £10- This vibrant bouquet of flowers has complimenting shades of orange, yellow, and green, great for celebrating Easter, and it comes in two styles.
Aldi also has some egg-cellent Easter eggs deals in store too, so make sure you check them out.
Tesco has some great Spring flowers on its site, however these will cost you significantly more than ones from Aldi, but they do include free next day delivery when you order them online.
Prices range between £20-£40, which is four times as much as Aldi’s most expensive bouquet.
Tescos offers include a Buttercup Bouquet, £20, which is full of bright blooms in vibrant shades, with three yellow germini, four spray chrysanthemums in white and yellow, and two yellow spray carnations.
There’s also a limited Spring Brights Bouquet for £25, which is made up of three red tulips, three blue irises, twenty daffodils, three cerise germini, and three green spray chrysanthemums, and completed with solidago and pistache foliage.
For something a bit brighter, Tesco has a Finest Tropic Burst bouquet for £35, which includes a vase.
The bouquet is bursting with stunning summer colours, with two premium orange roses, two premium pink roses, three green bloom chrysanthemums, as well as other brightly coloured blooms.
Tescos flowers are out now, and some are limited, so make sure you order them soon to avoid missing out.
Sainsbury’s has a great range of flowers, starting at just £1 for daffodils.
Flowers are more expensive than Aldi, but still reasonably priced, such as a pink Accents of the Season bouquet for £8.50.
The bouquet has fuchsia through to amethyst colours, with four pink roses, three pink germinis, three purple-white biocolour chrysanths, two white chrysanths, and one pistache.
For something different, there’s an Easter bunny head shaped wreath for £8, so you can brighten up your home, and it’s made with fake yellow roses, so it can be reused for years to come.
Morrisons also has spring flowers out, which all come with a five day freshness guarantee, and prices range between £5-£10, which is great value for money.
The flowers include a £5 Santini Bouquet, which has fresh whites and greens in a bubbly bouquet, perfect for freshening up your home or as a gift.
A slightly more expensive bouquet, Morrisons have a Lily and Greenery bunch for £8.
The bouquet comes with Oriental lilies mixed in with eucalyptus cinerea to give the flowers a gently, leafy green backdrop.
Morrisons most expensive flowers are £10 each, which includes Morrisons Diva Bouquet.
It features white chrysanthemums and white roses, mixed in with cerise germini and dyed gypsophila, along with pinky purple timman chrysanthemums, finished with leafy green tree ferns.
If you’re looking for other Easter deals, Amazon is having a huge pre-Easter sale for 8 days, starting Monday 19th March.